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Here are the most egregious fake news stories of 2018. There was no shortage of fake news in 2018. Reads like a who’s who of the MSM.

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Not so silent
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Not so silent

The media for the most part is dead, they committed ritual suicide by deciding they were the only ones to know what the country needs..In actuality, giving the media any credibility, is like trying to make sense of Occasional Cortex….It speaks but doesn’t make a damn bit of sense….and people keep not watching in droves….

Joe Redfield
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It looks like the DC ran out of space before they completed the list.

sifi
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sifi

Go to the 3 minute mark of this video for an example of just how deceitful the MSM can be.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ocz6S39pcVg

JPTravis
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That woman clearly saw something that frightened her just like I said those two minor Japan stories frightened me. She saw for the first time that the gloves are off, the media is no longer going to even pretend to be honest. She was at the rally, she saw the truth, and she knows there was no chance the guy doing the reporting got the story wrong by accident.

sifi
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sifi

If Trump were to feed 5,000 with a boy’s lunch and have twelve basketfuls of broken pieces left over, the only thing the MSM would report is how wasteful it was.

deepthinker
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deepthinker

All pretense of objectivity has been removed. The Trump family can be no where near a story but you can bet cnn will do it’s damndest to make them the lynch pen of itt.

When callled out on it they bemoan that the president is bullying them. Guess what ass hats, you brought it upon yourselves. The 1st Amendment applies both ways. This current “bunch” of “reporters” are not use to being called out in a public manner or forum until now. They still haven’t figured it out, Trump will berate them make fun of them and humiliate them for being fake news It’s about time too. If you doubt it. Go ask chuckles and plastic. The sting of their last visit to the WH maybe starting to fade away.

Plainsman
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Plainsman

Last night ABC aired their review of 2018. It was shocking how solidly focused they were on castigating PRESIDENT Trump in every possible way. Sound bites of Trump were edited and strung together with bites from anti-Trump members of congress or pundits, with the ONLY objective being to cast the worst possible light on DT. And all of this is done in the most self-righteous way, making the ABC “journalists” appear as wise critics and analyzers of what happened during the year. The truth of what happened during 2018 was obviously not on display and will NEVER be on display. The host and the “reporters,” “anchors,” and pundits whose segments aired during the year got ALL the positive exposure as they dramatized everything that happened during the year in negative ways to cast dark, dark shadows on Trump. I’ve never seen such blatant bias.

JPTravis
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Looking at that list it’s pretty obvious the media no longer practices objective journalism. They pick a side and they are willing to lie to promote whatever side they’ve picked.

But the two fake news stories that really jolted me and hammered home the point that there is nothing the news media won’t do, were those two rather minor stories when Trump was in Japan. Both happened on the same day. One was about Trump feeding the fish and I can’t remember the other one, but the important point was that CNN completely fabricated both stories. There was no way they could have made a mistake in either case–in the one they actually had to edit footage to make the story work because the raw footage obviously contradicted the story. So they went out of their way, actually made extra work for themselves, to intentionally lie about the president while he was in Japan. That’s the point when I started to get a little frightened.