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Wacky MOLE: A Media Parade Of Outrageous Anti-Trump Claims

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In this week’s Wacky Moments of Liberal Expression:

Feeling the loss of porn lawyer Michael Avenatti, the liberal media hit the web to search for someone else who could appear regularly and make outrageous, unfounded claims against the president. They found ‘reporter’ and tweeter of presidential incest innuendo, Julia Ioffe. She stepped up to the plate and declared the “President has radicalized so many more people than ISIS ever did.”

CNN’s Don Lemon realized a gauntlet of stupidity had been thrown by Ioffe and upped his game. This week he said it’s time we “realize the biggest terror threat in this country” is white men radicalized by the right, and suggested maybe there should be a “ban” on “white guys.”

MSNBC and CNN filled out a portion of the week battling to see who could make the most Trump/Hitler references.

In an exclusive interview with President Trump, ABC’s Jonathan Karl scoffs at the president’s answers and scolds him for sending troops down to the southern border. 

In a show of complete partisan bias, MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski goes on a rant nothing short of an explicit pitch for people, including non-Democrats, to vote a straight-line Dem ticket.

For more media wackiness check out NewsBusters.

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