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How Lefties Monkey Around with Trump Quotes

Many reporters misquote Donald Trump to create Fake News. Like a room full of monkeys with typewriters, they have been doing this 24-hours a day, 7-days a week, 365-days per year since he formally announced his presidential candidacy, June 16, 2015, at Trump Tower in New York. During that time,…

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Russ Buettner, David Barstow, and Susanne Craig
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The New York Times Tax Nothingburger

Lefty Liars tried especially hard to discredit trump in the run-up to Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation as a Supreme Court justice. It wasn’t just their vulgar attempt to sabotage Trump’s choice with the anti-Kavanaugh demonstrator, Christine Ford, a registered Democrat, by smearing Brett with baseless sexual accusations. New York Times reporters…

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Katie Reilly
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Time Magazine Had the Wrong Time

Fake News is so desperate to misinform Americans about Trump they will even bend time in their efforts. Like giant crazed blacksmiths, they heat the fabric of history and bash it into the wrong shape, twisting time in the process, to create distorted gargoyles out of what used to be…

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Trump Building, Wall Street
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Lefty Liars Even Smear Trump’s Buildings

Huffington Post’s Christina Wilkie attacked Donald Trump in this 2016 article (backup here), just a month and 25 days after he became the Republican nominee. Her headline shouted, “Donald Trump’s Brag That He Owned The Tallest Building After 9/11 Wasn’t Even True.” Wilkie wrote [bold emphasis and red comments mine]:…

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Linda Qiu
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Lefty Lies from the New York Times

Fake News reporters often use nuances in the English language to accuse Trump of lying. They get away with this because English is not the first language of millions of immigrants. Even second-generation immigrants may have problems with some English word meanings, which would apply to tens of millions of Americans….

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