Fake news about fake news

The entire “fake news” agenda is a desperate attempt by the Left to make excuses for why Hillary lost.  But most people get their news from the mainstream media (uh, hence the adjective, “mainstream”).  The Left dominates media, entertainment and education, so they are the main source for the fakery.

But in typical Leftist fashion they project their awful traits onto their opposition.  Fortunately this gaming will just expose them that much more for the phonies that they are and will keep them from doing the kind of self-reflection that would lead to successful changes for them.

Fake news: Michael Brown had his hands up and was retreating when he was killed in Ferguson

Fake news: If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor (One of the most brazen, oft-repeated, well-documented, cynical, crystal clear lies of all time)

Fake news: Bill Clinton was talking about grandkids with Loretta Lynch and not making a deal to keep his wife from being charged with multiple felonies

Fake news: Minimum wage increases don’t reduce jobs

Fake news: Benghazi was caused by an Internet video

Fake news: Hillary’s “random” photo ops to try and humanize her in the woods and at the grocery store.  They just “happened” to involve “strangers” whom she knew.

Fake news: Harry Reid lying about Romney’s taxes

Fake news: Brian Williams was so bad that NBC suspended him and then transferred him to MSNBC

Fake news: Be sure to ask Dan Rather what he thinks

Fake news: 10% of the population is “gay” — reality: ~2-3%

Fake news: Election hacking in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania

Fake news: Trump can’t win

Fake news: The winner of the 1976 Men’s Olympic decathlon is now a female

Fake news: NBC editing the George Zimmerman tape to make him sound racist & GM’s “exploding” gas tanks, the Rolling Stone “rape” story, and more

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3 thoughts on “Fake news about fake news”

  1. Funny thing. I was having (almost wrote about) the same thing this last week. This “fake news” issue is big news, but isn’t that what we’ve been getting all along with the mainstream media? And if they come up with ways to prosecute people who propagate “fake news”, will the mainstream media be culpable? I think double standards abound.

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