CNN's Stelter Criticizes Right's 'Obsession' With Russia Probe; MSNBC's Hayes Blames Russia For Dems' Conspiracy TheorizingChris Menahan
May. 13, 2020
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RussiaGate peddlers are pivoting now that the bull***t conspiracy theory they've promoted for three years straight is imploding.
CNN's Brian Stelter on Sunday criticized the conservative media for their "obsession" with the Russia probe:
Meanwhile, MSNBC's Chris Hayes on Sunday tried to blame Russia for Democrats turning into deranged conspiracy theorists (after his network and the rest of the controlled media pushed Russkie conspiracy BS for three years straight):
It came out last week that the FBI discussed setting up a perjury trap to take down Michael Flynn (which they later followed through on) and CrowdStrike -- which the FBI took at its word that Russia hacked the DNC and stole their emails -- admitted they had "no evidence" Russia stole the DNC's emails.
Your not allowed to report on that for more than 30 seconds lest Stelter accuse you of having an "obsession."
Meanwhile, as NewsBusters reported last year, the big three networks' evening newscasts alone can spend 2,284 minutes -- "roughly three minutes a night, every night, for an astonishing 791 days" or 18.8 percent of all Trump news -- pushing the collusion conspiracy hoax between Jan 2017 to Mar 2019 and the media can publish 533,074 web articles on Russia/Mueller between May 2017 and Mar 2019 and it's just "honest journalism!"
If you don't like us covering this monumental fraud maybe you should crawl back in your bed again and start crying!
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