A Never-Trump Republican is in hot water after pushing an insane lie about Mueller on CNN
The Never-Trump movement within the Republican Party is all but dead.
But CNN loves to put the far-Left on the air to bash President Trump.
And now, a Never-Trump Republican is in hot water after pushing an insane lie about Mueller on CNN.
John Dean is the former White House counsel under Richard Nixon, who is most known for his involvement in the cover-up of the Watergate scandal.
Now, he is trying to stay relevant through frequent appearances on CNN where he bashes Republicans, while claiming he himself is a Republican.
Dean focuses much of his energy on attacking President Trump, even bragging he is “on [Trump’s] enemies list.”
And, like every Never-Trumper, facts are tossed aside when it comes to launching his anti-Trump attacks.
That’s why on a recent CNN appearance, Dean chose to pull “facts” out of thin air about the Mueller Report.
According to Dean, every news outlet is wrong, and in reality, Mueller’s report “indicates there was collusion.”
It doesn’t matter that even the notably liberal NPR listed the fact Mueller proves there was no collusion as the most noteworthy finding in the report.
Is it age that has caught up with 80-year-old John Dean, or has his hatred of all things Republican clouded Dean’s short-term memory?
On CNN this morning, in the pre-game of Robert Mueller’s testimony today, Mr. Cancer-on-the-Presidency told John Berman:
“The report indicates there was collusion, contrary to Mr. Trump’s statement.”
Of course, the single most noteworthy finding emerging from the Mueller report, as even NPR had to admit, was that there was not any collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign.
Having to clean up Dean’s gaffe, John Berman butted in to say, “not enough evidence to charge conspiracy.” Dean, taking the hint that he had stepped in it, agreed: “exactly, exactly.”
To CNN’s credit, they did have somebody give him a weak correction.
But that is rare.
Overwhelmingly, CNN lets anything go out on the air as long as they think it harms President Trump.
They even recently brought on prominent white supremacist Richard Spencer to try to egg him into supporting Trump, just to make the President look bad.
But that backfired, and Spencer actually attacked President Trump for not being racist.