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This CNN host made a shocking on-air confession that Trump supporters couldn’t believe

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Fake news CNN’s credibility continues to erode.

The network’s war on Donald Trump led it down a path of partisan activism.

And now this CNN host made a shocking on-air confession that Trump supporters couldn’t believe.

Fake news CNN minister of propaganda Brian Stelter appeared on Hugh Hewitt’s radio show to discuss his new anti-Trump and anti-Fox News Channel book Hoax.

Hewitt pressed Stelter on his thesis that Trump would be better informed if he watched less Fox News and pointed to the amount of media coverage to the baseless Russian collusion conspiracy.

Despite multiple investigations uncovering no coordination between the Trump campaign and the Russian government, Stelter still tried to keep this falsehood alive.

“You know, I’m not going to play a game about a word that is irrelevant to the question at hand. There’s still a lot we don’t know about the President’s ties with Russia, period,” Stelter told Hewitt.

Hewitt responded that Fox was right to call the Mueller investigation into Russian collusion a hoax because the end result was Mueller and his team didn’t find evidence to establish a criminal conspiracy between the Trump team and Russian intelligence.

Stelter once again deflected by falsely claiming Trump could be tied to Russia because Americans don’t know who the President owes money to.

“I think there’s a fantasyland that Fox promotes about what you’re describing, about the Steele dossier and all of that that distracts from the key questions about Trump’s ties with Russia. We now know from The New York Times hundreds of millions of dollars of loans. Who does the President owe money to? We need to know. We deserve to know that, Hugh,” Stelter responded.

This is a lie.

In the supposed “bombshell” New York Times story about Donald Trump using deductions and credits in the tax code to reduce his tax liability, The New York Times admitted that after scrutinizing years of Donald Trump’s tax returns there was no evidence of any Russian business dealings.

And Stelter is wrong to suggest Trump concealed the sources of who he borrowed money from.

That information is public knowledge and available for anyone to see in his financial disclosure forms.

Finally, Stelter pleaded ignorance to the fact that the primary source for the Christopher Steele dossier was a Russian agent.

“I literally do not know, because I’m a media reporter,” Stelter responded when asked about this actual bombshell revelation.

The Fake News Media torching their credibility over promoting a three year hoax about Russian collusion is the biggest media story in many American’s lifetimes.

It’s failure is right up there with the media getting the story of the 2016 election wrong.

Stelter willfully ignoring this story – despite promoting the Russian collusion conspiracy theory and Steele dossier on the air – are why many critics refer to Stelter as the “media’s janitor.”

Pants on Fire News will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.

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CNN told these two lies about the New York Post’s bombshell Joe Biden story

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The New York Post shook up the Presidential campaign with a story alleging Joe Biden lied about his knowledge of Hunter Biden’s dealings in Ukraine with Burisma.

Fake News Media outlets immediately began to collude with social media companies to censor the story.

And CNN told these two lies about the New York Post’s bombshell Joe Biden story.

In CNN’s preposterously misnamed Reliable Sources newsletter, Democrat Party activist Oliver Darcy made several false claims about the New York Post story.

First, Darcy lied in claiming the Biden campaign flat out denied that then Vice President Joe Biden never met with Burisma energy executive Vadym Pozharskyi at the behest of Hunter Biden.

“Biden’s campaign said no such meeting ever took place and that the New York Post ‘never asked the Biden campaign about the critical elements’ of the story,” Darcy wrote.
This is not true.

In fact the Biden campaign could not say definitively that Biden never met with Pozharskyi.

“Biden’s campaign would not rule out the possibility that the former VP had some kind of informal interaction with Pozharskyi, which wouldn’t appear on Biden’s official schedule. But they said any encounter would have been cursory. Pozharskyi did not respond to a request for comment,” POLITICO reported.

And when social media began censoring the story – Facebook suppressed its reach and Twitter prevented users from tweeting out the story or sending it in a direct message and even went so far as to lockout accounts for the Trump campaign and White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany for sharing the story – Darcy falsely claimed the Post reported “disinformation.”

“In a rather rare instance, Facebook and Twitter actually moved to get ahead of disinformation before it was widely circulated on their platforms. FB said it reduced the distribution of the NY Post story, pending a fact-check, something which the company said is standard procedure. And, in an unprecedented move, Twitter prohibited users from sharing a link to the article because it included personal contact info,” Darcy wrote.

This is also a lie.

The Biden campaign has not disputed any of the emails in the story where Hunter Biden discusses his business dealings in Ukraine or his attempts to leverage his father’s position as Vice President to enrich himself and Burisma at the expense of U.S. policy.

This episode revealed that the Fake News Media is not interested in journalism.

Fake news CNN’s Brian Stelter – who hosts Reliable Sources – once said voters deserve a full picture of Joe Biden and President Trump.

But when the New York Post stepped up to fill in the blanks around Joe Biden and Hunter Biden’s shady business dealings, CNN tried to suppress the story through a coordinated campaign of lying and big tech censorship.

Pants on Fire News will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.

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CNN went into the gutter with this lie about Amy Coney Barrett

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With three weeks to go before the Presidential election, fake news CNN is only escalating its war on Donald Trump.

The latest front is Amy Coney Barrett’s Supreme Court nomination hearings.

And CNN went into the gutter with this lie about Amy Coney Barrett.

Radical left-wing activist John Avalon delivered one of his so-called “reality checks” on fake news CNN’s New Day program.

These “reality checks” always end up being partisan screeds where the Democrats are always right and the Republicans are always wrong.

Avalon’s latest target was Amy Coney Barrett who Avalon falsely accused of “sitting in a stolen appellate court seat right now.”

Avalon claimed that Republicans violated norms by blocking Barack Obama’s judicial nominees after winning control of the Senate in 2014.

Republicans hit the brakes on Obama’s nominees – one of whom Obama put forth to fill the seat on the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals where Amy Coney Barrett now sits – knowing that Obama was a lame duck President and wanted to keep the seats open in hopes a Republican would win the 2016 election.

When Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton, Senate Republicans went about filling judicial vacancies at a record clip.

But the seats were not “stolen.”

The Constitution doesn’t command the Senate to confirm any President’s judicial nominees.

And if one party controls the Senate and another controls the White House, it isn’t uncommon for their pace of judicial confirmations to slow to a trickle in the year before an election.

That’s not a “power grab” or “stealing seats.”

That is simply the Senate exercising its Constitutional prerogative to accept or reject judicial nominees put forth by the President.

What fake news CNN and John Avalon are upset about is the fact that Republicans successfully reshaped the federal judiciary into a conservative bulwark against left-wing power grabs.

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CNN’s Jim Acosta went to a Trump rally. But what he said to the crowd crossed the line

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Fake news CNN’s Jim Acosta is one of the biggest anti-Trump activists in the press.

Acosta’s liberal antics in covering the President is one reason so few Americans have faith in the Fake News Media.

And now CNN’s Jim Acosta went to a Trump rally. But what he said to the crowd crossed the line.

President Trump returned to the campaign trail on Monday night with a rally in Florida.

During the rally, Jim Acosta did a live shot for fake news CNN.

The crowd noticed Acosta in attendance and serenaded him with a “CNN sucks” chant.

Acosta – ever the unprofessional left-wing hack – turned to the camera and said that what really sucked was catching the coronavirus – a shot at President Trump contracting the virus, from which he quickly and easily recovered.

“After this rally in Florida tonight, the president heads off to Pennsylvania for another rally tomorrow later on in the week, Iowa and North Carolina, Pennsylvania is a critical battleground state. Iowa and North Carolina are really states that should be in the bag for President Trump,” Acosta began.

“That’s an indication as to how much trouble he’s in politically right now,” Acosta added. “And as this crowd is chanting that there are members of the press here who suck, I should also point out what also sucks — getting the coronavirus.”

There was no reason to respond to the crowd.

Acosta acted like a professional wrestling bad guy that played to the audience to incite further reaction as they stomp on the good guy.

A real reporter would have ignored the crowd and ignored the chant so as not to make the news organization he worked for a central part of the story.

But, then again, fake news CNN is no longer a news organization and is an entertainment/rapid response organization for the Democrat Party.

Pants on Fire News will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.

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