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Bill Maher now admits Russiagate was ‘reported erroneously’ after years of promoting Trump-Russia collusion narrative
May 01, 2021
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Bill Maher now admits that the Russiagate story that he helped promulgate while Donald Trump was president had elements that were “reported erroneously.” The liberal TV talk show host made the admission on the latest episode of “Real Time with Bill Maher.”
There were hundreds of media outlets and some Democratic politicians that pushed conspiracy theories claiming Trump was colluding with the Russian government, including stories that the former U.S. president was a “handmaid” to Russian President Vladimir Putin because he was blackmailed by kompromat. Veteran journalist Brit Hume went so far as to say the mainstream media’s coverage of the Russia investigation is the “worst journalistic fiasco” he has ever witnessed.
The Russian collusion story came crashing down when Robert Mueller’s nearly two-year “investigation did not establish that members of the Trump campaign conspired or coordinated with the Russian government in its election interference activities.”
On Friday night, Maher made a confession that the Russian collusion story wasn’t all that the media made it out to be. During a panel discussion about the federal agent raid of former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani’s Manhattan apartment that took place this week, Maher asked his guests, “Is it political payback, is this politics or is it because what Giuliani and Trump did was unprecedented?”
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Where’s the Grand Jury empaneled to investigate this conspiracy?
It couldn’t be that every alleged “journalist” go the story so consistently wrong!
Where is the “Game of Thrones” like parade of naked villains through the streets with someone ringing a bell and crying “shame. SHAME. SHAME!”. Maybe some of the outraged “deplorables” can throw dung at them.
It seems that ‘reported erroneously’ is a HUGE understatement.
The Lame Stream Media has ZERO credibility with me.
RATHERGATE was just a symptom.