Top 10 things the media got wrong about ‘collusion’ and ‘obstruction’

Top 10 things the media got wrong about ‘collusion’ and ‘obstruction’
Charles Blow (Image: YouTube screen grab)

[Ed. – Ain’t it fun reminiscin’?]

10. CNN bungles Comey testimony

It took four bylines … to completely botch the most important aspect of former FBI Director James Comey’s June 2017 congressional testimony. Comey, per CNN, would dispute Trump’s claim that Comey told him that he (the president) isn’t under investigation. Oops! Turns out Comey didn’t, in fact, dispute Trump’s position, and Tapper & Co. had to run a correction walking back their big scoop.

9. Times columnist shares fervid dreams

Trending: CNN analyst slams Fox News Channel for daring to mention Joe Biden’s health

New York Times columnist Charles Blow’s column of Dec. 2, 2018, was silly even by his standards. “Members of Trump’s team were extremely interested in and eager to accept any assistance that the Russians could provide,” wrote Blow. “That is clear.”…

8. Washington Post ‘fact checker’ needs a fact check

“All the Known Times the Trump Campaign Met With Russians” read the headline on a 2017 Fact Checker feature in The Washington Post. But by fact-checking, the paper really means judging various claims against liberal orthodoxies. Case in point: The claim in question was Trump’s protest that “Russia” is “fake news to try to make up for the loss of the Democrats.” The Washington Post judged that to be “false.” The Mueller report suggests otherwise.

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