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WATCH: Jake Tapper Hits Bottom, Says CNN Did Nothing Wrong On Collusion Reporting

He must be DELUSIONAL!

John Salvatore

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While speaking with White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney, CNN’s Jake Tapper literally said his network made no errors when it came to reporting on alleged Russia collusion.

That’s like Stacey Abrams saying she is the rightfully elected governor of Georgia.

It’s not true.

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Why Tapper feels this way is slightly befuddling, but then again, he does work for CNN.

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From Daily Caller:

Jake Tapper said Sunday that CNN has not gotten “anything” wrong during the course of reporting on Russiagate, even though his network has bungled numerous stories over the past two years.

Tapper noted, “I’m not sure what you’re saying the media got wrong. The media reported the investigation was going on. Other than the people in the media on the left, not on this network, I don’t know anybody that got anything wrong.

He added, “We didn’t say there was a conspiracy. We said Mueller was investigating a conspiracy.

Mulvaney chimed in, “That’s fine, if that’s your recollection of history, that’s great. Face it, the media got this wrong. It’s okay. People get stuff wrong all the time, just not at this level.

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Hmmm. Might Tapper be attempting to cover for CNN, considering how truly dreadful the network is toward President Trump?

Oh, well. What can you do?

In other CNN related news, Trump is basically Adolf Hitler. Is everybody good with that?

Enter CNN. They are happy to elaborate…

From Daily Wire:

CNN analyst Sam Vinograd compared President Donald Trump’s 2019 CPAC speech on Saturday to Adolf Hitler murdering six million Jews in the Holocaust.

“The men and women here today are on the front lines of protecting America’s interests, defending America’s value, and reclaiming our nation’s priceless heritage,” Trump said on Saturday. “With your help, we are reversing decades of blunders and betrayals. These are serious, serious betrayals to our nation and to everything we stand for. It’s been done by the failed ruling class that enriched foreign countries at our expense. It wasn’t America first, in many cases it was America last. Those days are over, long over.”

After CNN replayed the clip from Trump’s CPAC speech, Vinograd, a former Obama official, said: “His statement makes me sick, on a personal level, preserving your heritage, reclaiming our heritage, that sounds a lot like a certain leader that killed members of my family and about six million other Jews in the 1940s.”

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Of the people alive today comparable to Hitler, North Korean tryrant Kim Jong-un and Venzuelan dictator Nicolas Maduro come to mind.

President Trump? Not so much.

Not even kind of, sort of remotely.

 

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Christopher Columbus Statue Vandalized On Columbus Day: ‘Stop Celebrating Genocide’

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