It seems that Russians are living rent-free in the alleged minds of the Borg-like collective known here as the Democrat-media complex. On Wednesday, Red Alert Politics reported that Maggie Haberman, a writer with the New York Times, issued a tweet falsely claiming that Ivanka Trump and her husband bought a home once owned by Russians, no doubt an apparent effort to tie the Trump administration to the Kremlin. But it turns out that’s not the case.
Here’s what she tweeted:
— Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) January 4, 2017
Ryan Girdusky wrote:
According to the The New York Times story Haberman was citing, the home did not belong to Russians. It had previously been owned by a financier named Dan K. Rapoport and his wife, Irina who was born in Latvia, not Russia.