A prominent conservative columnist stunned the hosts of Fox & Friends on Sunday by arguing that Donald Trump would likely be indicted for campaign finance violations.
More revisionist history from Trump's favorite propaganda channel.
The executive director of Tea Party FWD and the Exxon funded Congress of Racial Equality (CORE), tells Fox's viewers that there can't be any voter suppression if people aren't literally being threatened with shotguns and nooses.
Fox & Friends brings on spokesman for the "Congress for Racial Equality" Niger Innis to pretend there is no longer voter suppression because people aren't being threatened with shotguns and nooses.
On "America's Newsroom," Ed Henry made scurrilous accusations against Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez after she said she can;t afford DC rents and claimed she may have lied about where she lived and since she wore expensive clothes during commercial shoots so she should sell them to pay for rent.
State-Run TV is still desperately trying to immunize Trump from any responsibility for the violent rhetoric he's been using towards anyone he considers an enemy on the left since we were unfortunate enough to have him announce his candidacy.
Did they talk about those "angry mobs" at the astroturf "tea party" protests they loved to promote back in the day?
Fox's Geraldo Rivera and Trump's favorite morning crew continue their attacks on Democratic protesters as the "angry mob" and also accuse them of child abuse.
Also, watch out Susan Collins, there are some "crazy people up in Maine" according to Bennett.
Trump has been "behaving himself" on the Kavanaugh charges until now. But really, did you expect him to be able to sustain that?
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