Chuck Schumer made an embarrassing error on the Senate floor.
Now he’s trying to cover up his mistake.
The mainstream media is trying to hide one humiliating word of Chuck Schumer.
As Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer was talking about the upcoming impeachment his attack on former President Trump went terribly wrong.
Speaking on the floor of the U.S. Senate last Friday, Schumer said, “But make no mistake: there will be a trial and when the trial ends, senators will have to decide if they believe Donald John Trump incited the erection — the insurrection— against the United States.”
“Schumer was informing senators about the plans for an impeachment trial of the ex-president,” Fox News noted. “The House last week impeached the president for ‘incitement of insurrection’ for his alleged role in encouraging protesters who went on to storm the Capitol. It was at that point when Schumer made a somewhat phallic flub.”
But when ABC used footage of Schumer on ABC News’ “This Week,” Schumer’s mention of “erection” had been edited out though his apparent wince at the mistake was left in.
But Schumer isn’t the only one to make the mistake.
Last Wednesday CNN host Anderson Cooper was caught using the same word.
“Just two weeks ago, he did incite an erection on the Capitol, an insurrection on the Capitol, and, you know, to try to overturn the results of a free and fair election,” Cooper said. “I mean, what do you think? I don’t know if he cares what his legacy is, or if he cares more about like the Trump brand, which doesn’t, you know, both of which seem tarnished to say the least.”
However CNN tried to cover up the slip up for Cooper.
CNN changed Cooper’s wording in a transcript of the show. In the transcript Copper said “But just two weeks ago, he did inside an eruption on the Capitol …”
It’s clear that the mainstream media is highly biased in the way they report on Democrats in comparison to Republicans.
On January 7th the political director for ABC News based in Washington, D.C., who “oversees the political unit and helps steer the network’s coverage of major news events,” according to ABC News, tweeted about “cleansing the movement Trump commands.”
Rick Klein wrote on Twitter, “Trump will be an ex-president in 13 days. The fact is that getting rid of Trump is the easy part. Cleansing the movement he commands is going to be something else.”
The media has a political agenda they are working to achieve, to the point that they’re changing facts in order for them to fit with their narrative.
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