Fake News, COVID-19 Edition, Part 2

March 31, 2020 |

Fake News Tuesday, COVID-19 Edition, Part 2

As part of the media’s tireless (and ever-more-tiresome) attempts to gin up as much divisive rage and fear over President Trump as possible, on Monday, “CBS This Morning” aired footage of an overcrowded hospital room in coronavirus-raged Italy and claimed it was a hospital in New York City.

https://www.westernjournal.com/cbs-used-fake-covid-video-ny-hospital-footage-italys-hardest-hit-city/

When called on it, CBS News removed the video from all its shows and web platforms, and blamed it on an “editing mistake.”

It’s nice to know that with so many things we take for granted uprooted due to the CHINESE coronavirus pandemic, there are still some reliable touchstones that remain as solid and unchanging as Mount Rushmore:

1. Never believe anything you hear on Rachel Maddow’s show.

2. When Trump makes a mistake, he’s a LYING LIAR WHO LIES, but when the media lie, it’s always just a mistake.

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  • Debra Schmidt

    04/03/2020 11:37 AM

    Fellow Americans,
    We are creative people,
    full of promise and ingenuity!
    I challenge our country to find new ways to keep us physically healthy during this time with other methods. Social isolation for months cannot be the only solution. We don't even know if it is the best solution. Other innovations and creative ideas must be out there! So that's my challenge! Look for alternative ideas to handle this virus. Let's see what other ideas we can find! It can only help!

  • Kathryn Estrada

    04/01/2020 11:57 AM

    I am so thankful for people like you that are not afraid to tell it like it really is. Thank you. Too many just say what makes them look good and leave out the accountability facts.

  • Charlotte christensen

    04/01/2020 10:51 AM

    So true!

  • Linda Marshall

    04/01/2020 08:49 AM

    Thank you for sharing the truth! It’s a rare commodity.