A major news network is in hot water for pushing an insane conspiracy about Trump and ISIS
The fake news media is in an all-out blitz to take down President Trump.
Taking advice from Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, they are “never letting a serious crisis go to waste.”
And a major media outlet is in hot water after using a crisis to push an insane conspiracy theory about President Trump and ISIS.
In the anti-Trump ecosystem, there are few media outlets going as extreme as MSNBC.
Operating like an attack dog for the Democrat Party, MSNBC doesn’t even pretend to be fair in their reporting.
And Joe Scarborough leads MSNBC’s fake news pack with his show “Morning Joe.”
In a recent segment with a former FBI agent, Scarborough pushed complete lies claiming that President Trump is encouraging white nationalism and acts of anti-Semitic terror.
Among the most ridiculous of those lies was a claim that Trump wants to release an accused white nationalist domestic terrorist ahead of his trial, when in reality, Trump’s Justice Department has been fighting to keep him in jail.
As crazy as that lie was, former FBI agent and MSNBC contributor Clint Watts then jumped the shark, claiming international terrorists like ISIS use similar political rhetoric as Trump.
Former FBI agent and MSNBC contributor Clint Watts pretended Scarborough was reporting facts and claimed: “There’s no good reason. The only reason is that international terrorists don’t vote and domestic terrorists do vote. And it has to do with politics.”
He then outrageously made this comparison:
“This is intertwined in our own politics today, they are inspired oftentimes by political rhetoric. If you took a lot of the statements by politicians right now in this country and you compare them to what Al Qaeda or ISIS clerics said that inspired attacks around the world over the last decade, they would look remarkably similar. This is incitement to violence in many cases.”
In case there was any doubt who Watts was referring to, Scarborough clarified: “Are you talking about Donald Trump here?” Watts continued: “That’s exactly right, talking about people as animals or dogs, talking about people as being lesser humans. That sort of talk is highly similar to any extremist movement.”
President Trump has continually condemned extremist violence and spoken out against anti-Semitism more forcefully than perhaps any President in history.
And Trump has all-but destroyed ISIS in the Middle East.
Scarborough’s and Watts’ claims are completely ridiculous, with no basis in reality.
But the media no longer cares about facts, and will do anything to smear this President.