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Wacky MOLE: Media Serves Fresh Baloney On Turkey & Trump

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In this weeks Wacky Moments of Liberal Expression:

The leftist media was ready to talk Turkey, so of course they did it by spreading baloney.

On Sunday and Monday, ABC News got caught lying about having a video they claimed allegedly showed Turkish troops slaughtering Kurdish civilians in northern Syria. It just happened that the video was recorded in Kentucky. Close enough for the leftist media.

ABC news tweeted out that they regret the error. They just don’t regret it enough to mention the error on their newscasts.

When President Trump talked about the error with ABC reporter Jonathan Karl, Karl made sure it was never, ever mentioned in his coverage.

Perhaps Karl didn’t know what to say, unlike the many, many other members of the media who parrot the talking points of Democratic lawmakers. Ad nauseam.

MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough claimed Trump supporters should “not be so stupid that they should be kept away from blenders.”

MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace fawned over Senator Elizabeth Warren after the latest Democratic debate. She wondered if the very smart and “deep” Warren would be harmed by Donald Trump’s “poo poo head” attacks in a general election. 

For the latest on poo poo heads and even more wackiness from the leftist media, check out NewsBusters.

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