Washington, D.C. was rocked by a political earthquake when The New York Times published an essay by two reporters claiming new allegations of sexual misconduct against Brett Kavanaugh.
But the story quickly collapsed.
And these two reporters’ lie about Brett Kavanaugh just got exposed in an unbelievable way.
Controversial New York Times “reporters” Kate Kelly and Robin Pogrebin are on the hot seat.
An essay appeared in The New York Times based on their book “The Education of Brett Kavanaugh,” accusing Kavanaugh of exposing himself to a female student at a college party.
The story collapsed when it was revealed The Times withheld a paragraph from their book explaining that the student in question never remembered the incident.
Kelly and Pogrebin appeared on TheHill.TV to discuss the book when host Saagar Enjeti pressed the two on a tweet Pogrebin sent out blaming Fox News for turning their journalistic malpractice into a “scandal.”
Enjeti followed up by calling out how their book “caused a massive controversy in this country. It’s caused Democrats to literally call for impeachment. There’s, of course, the handling of the story by your own outlet over at The New York Times.” He then drew attention to a perplexing tweet Pogrebin sent out on Wednesday blaming Fox News as having “twisted the Kavanaugh scandal.”
“You sent a tweet recently blaming Fox News for some of the – for distorting some of the errors in your reporting. Why are you blaming Fox News for this failure,” Enjeti pressed. Pogrebin insisted she wasn’t blaming Fox News and falsely said she “retweeted” Vox.
Acting as though they had nothing to do with what their paper wrote about their book, Pogrebin whined: “These paragraphs that have been pulled out and seized upon are two paragraphs in that book. So, we haven’t highlighted them, they’re not the focus of this.” Enjeti immediately saw the inconsistency:
ENJETI: But your paper did.
POGREBIN: But our paper—No. At our paper we did this Deborah Ramirez excerpt, which that was also one paragraph. Unfortunately, that line was removed. And it was out back and corrected.
Fox News was not at fault for The New York Times’ scandal.
It was The New York Times that purposefully omitted exculpatory information about Brett Kavanaugh because the paper is now in the business of acting like a partisan smear merchant.
We will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.
CNN was just forced to admit a fact that destroys their biggest anti-Trump narrative
Since the day President Trump came down that escalator in Trump Tower, CNN has been his biggest enemy.
They spend every moment of their coverage attacking him.
But in a rare twist, CNN was just forced to admit a fact that destroys their biggest anti-Trump narrative.
During a discussion between CNN’s Jake Tapper and Democrat Rep. Joe Kennedy (MA), the topic of Hunter Biden came up.
And in a surprising change of pace, Tapper outright admitted exactly what Trump supporters have been saying since the beginning of the baseless impeachment hearings.
He stated that “it does stink” that Biden got his job at the Ukrainian energy company Burisma with no expertise, lending credence to the legitimacy of an investigation into corruption on behalf of Joe Biden to get him that job.
Transcript from CNN’s State of the Union:
JAKE TAPPER: It’s true that there’s no evidence of any wrongdoing by Vice President Biden or that Hunter Biden broke any laws at all. But frankly, it does stink that Hunter Biden got this contract with no expertise in the energy sector and likely — he already said basically that he probably got that money, which was significant, because of his connection with his father, the vice president of the time, who was also in charge of Ukraine at the time. Do you think future presidents and vice presidents should say my relatives cannot cash in, in any way, on their connection to me?
REP. JOE KENNEDY (D-MA): Look, I think it is certainly worth putting that out there and worth trying to make sure that there is not any sort of profit that is going to be earned by close relatives in office. I’ve had plenty of family members in office. I understand the responsibility that comes with holding a position of public responsibility and ensuring that there is a very clear delineation there so there isn’t those profiting off it.
While Tapper does make sure to leave in a little bit of fake news, by stating that “there’s no evidence of any wrongdoing” by Biden, he does at least acknowledge that the situation wasn’t completely cut and dry.
The fact that Hunter Biden got that job with no experience creates the possibility of corruption from his father, considering he had a lot of influence on Ukrainian policy.
Do you think Joe Biden should be investigated for corruption?
Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.
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