Coincidence? Media’s endless stream of retracted reports have one very telling thing in common

Truth has become a casualty of the anti-Trump media’s unending quest to take down a duly-elected president. And sadly, it is the public that is paying the price for the media’s gleeful and reckless plots to destroy Trump.

MSNBC caused an uproar on May 3 after reporting the fake news that President Trump’s longtime personal attorney, Michael Cohen, had been wiretapped. The implication was that Cohen had done something wrong, to warrant being spied on. Hours later — after the false reports went viral around the world — MSNBC finally ‘fessed up’ and issued a retraction.

DailyWire reporter Ryan Saavedra rattled off a list of major errors the anti-Trump media made in recent months (and these do not include the tens of thousands of other false or misleading reports that have yet to be corrected).

One epic fake-news bomb that blew up in CNN’s face was when it falsely claimed in November 2017 that President Trump had rudely dumped an entire box of fish food into a koi pond during a visit to Japan.

In its coverage, CNN intentionally left out photos showing that President Trump had dumped the fish food to follow the example of his host, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who had dumped his box first.

CNN claimed Trump dumped his fish food first even though that was false. (screenshots)

Donald Trump Jr. expressed his disgust at the media’s sloppy reporting, observing that their errors are always anti-Trump. If these were typical mistakes that occur during the regular course of any job, it’s statistically likely that the errors would go both ways. But that is never the case.

“Another YUGE mistake,” Don Jr. tweeted. “Weird that all the errors the media makes always seem to be errors against @realDonaldTrump and never in his favor. I wonder why that is??? It’s beyond ridiculous at this point!”

Don Jr. has also previously pointed out that the media rarely made anti-Barack Obama errors in their sycophantic coverage of the former president.

Don Jr. said the new standard for “journalism” was no longer to report the facts, but to push fake news and hope that it’s true.

“New media standards: We want it to be true therefore it is,” Don Jr. quipped.

In June 2017, three CNN journalists were ousted after writing a false report about former WH communications director Anthony Scaramucci.

As BizPac Review previously reported, CNN only fired the reporters after Scaramucci threatened to file a $100 million defamation lawsuit.

Two months earlier, in April 2017, British tabloid the Daily Mail was forced to issue a groveling apology and pay $2.9 million in damages after publishing a false report claiming first lady Melania Trump had worked as a call girl/paid escort during her early days as a model.

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And just this week, urban reporter April Ryan got hilariously smacked down by White House press secretary Sarah Sanders for putting words in her mouth, as BizPac Review has reported.

Then, there’s this:

All these attacks on the truth are exactly why President Trump’s supporters love it whenever he calls out the media for their lies. After all, someone has to.

Sarah Sanders slaps down race-baiting April Ryan for putting words in her mouth

Samantha Chang

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Samantha Chang is a senior staff writer for BizPac Review. Based in New York City, she is a law school graduate and a financial editor.
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