How can you still not understand why people are more inclined to believe Trump and don’t trust the mainstream media? CNN really stepped it with this Russia story and it’s not the first time they’ve been caught making shit up. And every time this happens Trump’s claim of “fake news!” gains just a little more credence. Say what you will about Trump, at least he can be trusted to stay dumbass things and tell lies. But CNN does the same thing and wants to be taken seriously as a news outlet.
It amazes me how much so many media outlets continue to embarrass themselves trying to track down this Russia collusion. Time magazine framing Trump Jr. like O.J. Simpson on their latest cover because he had lunch with someone the Obama administration let into the country. CNN whistling like everything’s fine when their credibility has been blown to bits and their ratings are sinking like the Titanic.
Look, Donald Trump is not a subtle man. I think if there was some big bad conspiracy you would’ve dug it up by now, especially considering how damn hard you’ve been trying for the last eight months. When is it maybe time to consider dropping this and going back to actually reporting news?
Top DNC officials apparently mocked Sanders, according to leaked emails
Bernie Sanders on Sunday called for Democratic National Committee chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz to resign after leaked emails appear to show party officials trying to aid Hillary Clinton’s campaign during the primary.
The Vermont senator said he was “disappointed” but “not shocked” at what the reported WikiLeaks emails purported to show. Top DNC officials mocked Sanders during the primary race, and at least one email exchange showed officials considered using Sanders’ religious beliefs as a way to hurt his campaign, according to the New York Times.
“I told you long time ago that the DNC was not running a fair operation, that they were supporting Secretary Clinton,” Sanders told ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos on This Week. “So what I suggested to be true six months ago turned out to be true.”
Sanders urged Wasserman Schultz to step down from her post just days before the Democratic National Convention was set to begin in Philadelphia. Wasserman Schultz will not be speaking at the convention in the wake of the email scandal, CNN reports.
The senator said he is still working to defeat Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and get Clinton elected.