CNN's Brian Stelter and Sara Murray report on the right's lame attempt to go after presidential candidate Mayor Pete Buttigieg.
Trump has declared himself defender-in-chief of Infowars, home of "fake news" and conspiracy theories.
CNN reporter Oliver Darcy points out that that InfoWars may have been banned from Twitter, but they've found a new home over on Trump's Twitter feed.
Just when you thought they couldn't go any lower...
Perhaps the move that will hurt him the most...in the wallet.
"The minute you don’t stand up for me, within days Drudge Report is going to be taken down, Rush Limbaugh—everyone will be taken off the air. They’ll have riots everywhere. They’re preparing to take the president out,” Jones warned.
Because he's not breaking "the rules," or because @Jack is worried about conservative backlash?
Fox's Tucker Carlson plays the false equivalency game with nut job Alex Jones: "I know we're supposed to think that Alex Jones is way more radical than, like, Bill Maher, or Michelle Wolf, or Rosie O'Donnell, but he's got a point of view."
News about the removals came first from Infowars, which said they were deleted because they were "critical of liberalism".
Dwight Hammond Jr. and his son, Stephen Hammond are the latest to receive pardons from the president. I wonder if he's sending a message to people who blatantly break Federal law?
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