BREAKING: Donald Trump Proven RIGHT – Dems Forced To Admit He Didn’t…

Former President Donald Trump was just proven right again. Democrats and their allies in the mainstream media have finally been forced to admit it.

“The Washington Post made a massive correction Monday to a January report about a phone call between then-President Donald Trump and Georgia elections investigator Frances Watson, admitting it wrongly attributed multiple quotes to Trump based on an anonymous source,” reported Fox News.

Fox News contributor Joe Concha broke down the embarrassing error by the Post — which, of course, was completely intentional. The left-leaning newspaper wanted to destroy Trump and ignored journalistic integrity in the process.

“It’s a political operative that had an agenda,” said Concha, referring to the scandal. He then likened the media to seagulls at the beach because they “just eat it up” without vetting the information they are being fed.

While the Post has now published a lengthy correction, how many people will read it? They published erroneous information back in January, which got widespread coverage, and now the damage has been done.

It is crucial that Americans get this story out there — share it with family, friends, and co-workers. The mainstream media certainly isn’t going to put forth the effort to spread the truth.

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4 Responses

  1. what a bunch of f—–g crooks
    they are intentionally ruining this country
    all for power and to save their very lucrative jobs
    TERM LIMITS !!

    what ever happened to our HONEST press???
    They are stooges !!

  2. HA – yes – President Trump should file for slander. Make up for the millions he lost while working for America and taking no paycheck – unlike Obama and Biden and most politicians……I WOULD PERSONALLY LOVE IT>

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