Hatful Nets Decry Middle East Peace Deal, ‘More of a Business Deal’


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It was quite the sad sight to behold during the Tuesday evening newscasts. The liberal broadcast networks (ABC, CBS, and NBC) were so overcome with their visceral hatred for President Trump that they went out their way to decry the Abraham Accords, the Middle East peace deal between Israel, the United Arab Emirates, and Bahrain, which was brokered by the President’s administration.

Driven by the desire to deny Trump a victory of any kind leading up the election, the networks twisted the facts and played word games. Such as CBS White House correspondent Paula Reid, who put on a condescending teenagers’ attitude when she declared: “But it's more of a business deal than the peace accord. The three countries are not engaged in armed conflict.”

CBS Evening News anchor Norah O’Donnell set out to paint the historic peace deal as a failure from the get-go. “But before the ink was dry, there were already signs that Israel still has enemies in the region and they aren't celebrating,” she boasted at the top of the segment, as if the signers were the ones fighting.

Reid also turned to a member of the Obama administration to condemn the peace deal, something that administration failed to achieve.


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