14 January 2017

Trump Blasts Left-Leaning Fake News Generator

President-elect Donald Trump
Before any dossier full of lies and fake reports came out of the Alt-radical left's mouth, U.S. President-elect Donald Trump nip them at the bud. He expressed his contempt to those who called themselves journalists at CNN and BuzzFeed by running wild with unconfirmed and completely unfounded allegations that Trump has been compromised by Russia.

In his first news conference since his election victory, Trump let loose on both the media and the intelligence community with both barrels.

"A thing like that should have never been written, it should never have been had and it should certainly never have been released," he said. "It's all fake news. It's phony stuff. It didn't happen.

"I think it's a disgrace," he continued. "And I say that, and I say that. And that's something that Nazi Germany would have done and did do. I think it's a disgrace that information that was false and fake and never happened got released to the public."

He was right. The general public knows that he is right. Majority of the states are aware that those are unfounded allegations. Even the audience in the press conference are well-informed about the situation, which is why it is was not a surprise that many applauded Trump in the conference.

The so-called dossier was put together as opposition research by Trump's political opponents. It had been out there for months. Responsible media outlets like the Fox News stayed away from it, but CNN, the "Clinton News Network," could not resist.

"CNN has learned that the nation's top intelligence officials provided information to President-elect Donald Trump and to President Barack Obama a few days ago about claims of Russian efforts to compromise the president-elect, Donald Trump," CNN Chief Washington Correspondent Jake Tapper breathlessly reported last 10 January.

The Trump-bashing news network continued, with correspondents including Carl Bernstein of Watergate fame weighing in. It didn’t matter that they even admitted they had no idea if what they were reporting was true.

"Again, we haven't confirmed them, but it is something that is being taken very seriously, and they're going to have to get to the bottom of it," Justice Correspondent Evan Perez said on the air.