For four years fake news CNN waged total war on Donald Trump.
Most of it revolved around the Russian collusion conspiracy theory.
Now a CNN host made a confession about Donald Trump that will leave you speechless.
Fake news CNN chief Democrat Party cheerleader Brian Stelter appeared on conservative talk show host Hugh Hewitt’s radio show to discuss his book “Hoax.”
In “Hoax” Stelter argues that Fox News feeds Trump misinformation and damages the country by leading Trump to make bad decisions.
Hugh Hewitt took issue with Stelter’s premise by pointing out that in Stelter’s book he attacked Fox News Channel’s coverage of the Mueller investigation but in fact the President was correct in calling the Russian collusion story a hoax.
Stelter pushed back calling such talk “fantasyland” and offering up several false statements about Trump and Russia.
“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.
Stelter peddled numerous falsehoods in this answer.
First, multiple investigations by Congressional committees, Robert Mueller and the media found no conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Russia.
In the New York Times story about the President’s tax returns the Times reported that they found no evidence in the returns of any financial connection to Russia.
And finally, all of President Trump’s loans and who he owes money to are a matter of public record in President Trump’s financial statements that he files.
Hewitt pushed back by pressing Stelter on the new revelation that the FBI investigated Igor Danchenko – who was the primary source for the Christopher Steele Russia dossier – for being a Russian spy in 2009 and 2010.
Stelter pled ignorance on this crucial piece of information that proved the media’s Russian collusion obsession – which was largely built on the dossier – was in fact a hoax from the get go.
“I’m reflecting, I’m a media reporter, and I’m not a Steele dossier reporter. What I know is that when you use the word hoax over and over again the way the President has, it’s dangerous and poisonous, because it makes people think there’s nothing real and nothing true anymore. And that’s what I think the problem is,” Stelter added.
When Hewitt tried one more time to get Stelter to admit that the President and Fox News were right that that the Russian collusion was a hoax, Stelter claimed in response that “I am just a media reporter.”
But the media getting the Russian collusion story wrong is one of the biggest media stories of all time.
And Stelter promoted the dossier on his show and once accused Kellyanne Conway of spreading misinformation for accurately stating the fact that he dossier had been discredited.
Stelter can no longer be considered a media reporter if he isn’t willing to keep up on the developments in one of the biggest media debacles of all time – especially since he played a role in misleading the American people for years about a baseless conspiracy suggesting the President of the United States is a secret Russian agent.
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