Fox News' Griffin: There's 'No Evidence' U.S. Was Involved in Nord Stream 2 Explosion Because The Pentagon Says So

Chris Menahan
Sep. 28, 2022

Regime media propagandist Jennifer Griffin, who just recently signed a new multiyear deal with Fox News, reported Wednesday that there is "no evidence or indication" the US was involved "in any way" with the Nord Stream 2 pipeline explosion because the Pentagon told her they had nothing to do with it.

"There is no evidence or indication the US was involved in any way with the Nordstream [sic] 2 pipeline explosions," Griffin tweeted Wednesday. "My question at the Pentagon briefing today: Can you rule out that the U.S. was involved? Senior Military Official: 'Yeah, we were absolutely not involved.' "

The known liars at the Pentagon told her they had nothing to do with it, therefore they had nothing to do with it.

This is what Griffin and Fox News consider journalism.

Earlier this year, Griffin put out the debunked hoax story that Russia bombed the Babi Yair holocaust memorial in Ukraine.

An Israeli journalist who visited the site after the Russian bombing reported it was unscathed.

Griffin never retracted or corrected the story.

Griffin also ran with the fake news story that video showed Russia was using "mobile crematoriums" to "evaporate" war dead.

The video showing Russia's "mobile crematoriums" they brought to Ukraine was actually from a YouTube video posted in 2013 and the same atrocity propaganda tale using the same old video was shared in 2015.

Griffin never retracted or corrected the story.

When news came out about US biolabs in Ukraine, Griffin also simply repeated Pentagon talking points to dismiss the story as a nothingburger.

Griffin was rewarded for her work as a regime stenographer with a multiyear contract earlier this month.

"Jennifer is one of the industry's premier journalists and has proven to be an indispensable asset on a consequential beat with unrivaled experience spanning more than three decades in multiple war zones," Fox News Media CEO Suzanne Scott said in a statement after the deal was disclosed.

Griffin said it "has been an honor to provide viewers with trusted reporting from the Pentagon and across the world on issues that are paramount to all of us – the security and safety of our fellow citizens and allies," Deadline reported.

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