Yesterday, the one-month anniversary of her election loss, Hillary Clinton gave a speech, blaming others for her defeat.
No, it wasn’t her law-breaking, her illegal homemade e-mail server, her lying about that, or deleting e-mails.
No, Hillary blamed “fake news” — that is, some mean websites that nobody has heard about.
Funny, I remember when she blamed the deadly terrorist attack in the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya on an Internet video about Islam, made by some guy in California. That was her creating fake news.
Hillary Clinton is the chief beneficiary of fake news, and the chief creator of it. But now she wants it banned.
She sounds a bit like Vladimir Putin.
Which is funny. Because the Clintonistas say Putin is behind all the fake news stories they hate. The Washington Post, owned by Democrat billionaire Jeff Bezos, claimed dozens of news media outlets, from Breitbart to the Drudge Report — to us, if you can believe it! — are part of Russia’s propaganda program.
But the Post just added a note to that story, two weeks later. They had to admit that their "expert" on "fake news" was... fake.
The fact is, “fake news” is whatever Hillary Clinton or Justin Trudeau or Rachel Notley, or the CBC and Maclean’s and the Globe and Mail don’t want you to know about.
So now they’re trying to get you to doubt your own lying eyes.
Yeah, no. Too late for that.
No-one trusts the mainstream media anymore...
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