CNN's Brian Stelter discusses how Trump and his allies rely on the media to amplify their lies.
CNN's Brian Stelter warns about Trump administration relying on the media to repeat their "misinformation and conspiracy theories." It would be nice if he could convince someone at his network to get them to stop doing their part.
I don’t know about you, but if I my phone calls turned up in the House impeachment investigation and I had nothing to do with the matter, I’d waste no time trying to prove my lack of involvement. But Nunes keeps dodging questions about his relationship with Parnas.
Never mind this guy has been a lifelong Republican and donated $1 million to Trump's inaugural, now he's a "deep state" bad actor who is out to get Dear Leader.
Fox's Jeanine Pirro wants everyone to disregard the testimony from Trump-appointed Ambassador Gordan Sondland because apparently he smirks too much, and is a so called "deep state bureaucrat," even though he donated $1 million to Trump's inaugural.
If you’ve been watching the impeachment hearings, there’s a number that keeps coming up that shows how brazenly dishonest Republicans are willing to be.
Sean Hannity seemed awfully agitated for someone who thought impeachment hearing witness Marie Yovanovitch had not provided any useful testimony.
Trump booster Jeanine Pirro shamelessly promotes the fact-free right-wing conspiracy theory that it was Ukraine, and not Russia, that interfered in the 2016 election during her lie-packed opening this Saturday, attacking the impeachment hearings of the last week.
Trump propagandist Jeanine Pirro pushes the debunked conspiracy theory that it was actually Ukraine that interfered in the 2016 election during her opening segment on Saturday, Nov. 16, 2019.
Sean Hannity attacks Marie Yovanovitch following her testimony during House impeachment hearings.
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