Look at this shocking Washington Post headline: "Trump revealed highly classified information to Russian foreign minister and ambassador.”
(And you know you can trust the Washington Post. Because it’s owned by Jeff Bezos, the billionaire Democrat behind Amazon.ca. Who just got a $600 million contract from the CIA...)
But half-way through the story, they admit:
For almost anyone in government, discussing such matters with an adversary would be illegal. As president, Trump has broad authority to declassify government secrets, making it unlikely that his disclosures broke the law.
Nevertheless, this story was picked up uncritically by news media around the world — even though everyone who was in the room during this meeting says the Post got it wrong.
There is a pattern here, and there has been for more than six months:
Absurd, insane allegation from the mainstream media. Almost always based on anonymous sources that can’t be checked or identified. Often from the Washington Post, or the New York Times, owned by Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim.
Then someone notices — Hey, that’s perfectly legal. Obama did it too — like offering intelligence to the Russians about ISIS, or like an executive order banning visitors from certain Muslim countries, like Obama did.
Trust in the media is at an all-time low.
Gee, I wonder why?
NEXT: Our very own Faith Goldy is in Emerson, Manitoba to continue reporting about Canada's refugee crisis — the one the rest of the media is trying to ignore.
As she'll explain on my show, Emerson residents have had illegals pounding on their doors, and seen public resources overwhelmed by economic opportunists and fake refugees. All the more reason to sign our petition at GuardTheBorder.com
THEN: Lorne Gunter comes on to talk about his provocative new column, which illustrates all the shamefull ways Canada's justice system is coddling criminals.
FINALLY: Your messages to me!