CNN's Cuomo: Susan Rice Report Is A 'Fake Scandal'

Chris Menahan
Apr. 04, 2017

CNN's Chris Cuomo said Tuesday the bombshell report showing Obama's national security adviser Susan Rice "unmasked" the identity of Trump campaign associates who were being spied on by US intelligence agencies is a "fake scandal."

"So President Trump wants you to believe that he is the victim of a 'crooked scheme,'" Cuomo said. "Those are his words. And here are our words: There is no evidence of any wrongdoing."

"And, in fact, if anything the [national security adviser] asking for identities was a reflection of exactly how much traffic there was involving Trump people and foreign players," he said. "The White House blasting the press for not reporting on another fake scandal being peddled by right-wing media."

"An associate of Rice says it's just plain false," Cuomo said, as though that settled the matter once and for all.

CNN is in full meltdown mode trying to cover-up this unprecedented, Watergate-level spying scandal.

CNN's Don Lemon said yesterday he refused to "insult" viewers' "intelligence" by covering the "diversion."

"Let us be very clear about this. There is no evidence whatsoever that the Trump teamů was spied on illegally," Lemon said on his show Monday, diverting from the fact the Obama administration changed the rules to make such spying legal.

"There is no evidence that backs up the president's original claim," he said to divert from the new revelations. "And on this program tonight, we will not insult your intelligence by pretending otherwise, nor will we aid and abet the people who are trying to misinform you, the American people, by creating a diversion."

Indeed, CNN exclusively covers diversions about fake Russia scandals to smear Trump and his associates.

Real scandals involving the Obama regime spying on an opposition candidate throughout and after the election is not worthy of their time.

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