Democrat Congressman Ted Lieu and CNN’s resident RINO Ana Navarro both fell for a hoax tweet posted by leftist Time magazine editor-at-large Ian Bremmer. Why? Because they’re so desperate to push any anti-Trump narrative that they never bother to verify the information before screeching about it to the world.
The brouhaha erupted after Bremmer — who despises Trump — shared a fake quote he attributed to the President during his weekend trip to Japan.
Fake-news shills gleefully gaslight the public
Specifically, Bremmer falsely claimed that Trump had said: “Kim Jong Un is smarter and would make a better President than Sleepy Joe Biden.”
Naturally, neither Navarro or Lieu have apologized for their spreading false propaganda and gaslighting Americans.
**Update**: Bremmer finally apologized after being dragged on Twitter and being called out by Trump.
My tweet yesterday about Trump preferring Kim Jong Un to Biden as President was meant in jest. The President correctly quoted me as saying it was a “completely ludicrous” statement. I should have been clearer. My apologies.
— ian bremmer (@ianbremmer) May 27, 2019
RINO Ana Navarro screeches over fake quote
The hoax tweet was rabidly retweeted and shared across social media as if it were real. Predictably, Bremmer’s left-wing media cronies wrote entire “news” stories fomenting public outrage, saying the U.S. president was praising a murderous dictator over a fellow American politician.
Meanwhile, the left fawned over anti-Trump RINO senator John McCain, who did that all the time.
Navarro (who easily could have been referring to herself) shrieked: “Don’t get used to this insanity!”
Meanwhile, Ted Lieu had a nervous meltdown over the hoax tweet.
Trump is trying to fix the North Korean mess Obama left behind
Here’s what President Trump actually tweeted: He said that Kim Jong Un had called Joe Biden a “Swampman” and a “low-IQ individual” the last time they talked.
Of course, Biden (and Barack Obama) don’t have similar anecdotes to throw in Trump’s face because they dealt with the North Korean dictator by ignoring him for eight years.
And during that time, Kim Jong Un built up his nuclear arsenal, leaving his successor to deal with the threat to American national security. So great job, Obama!
Media decimates its own credibility trying to destroy Trump
What the left-wing media don’t realize is that every time they fall for these hoaxes, it erodes their already-miniscule credibility.
These episodes also spotlight their total lack of objectivity and pathological Trump Derangement Syndrome. So while they think they’re hurting Trump, they’re actually damaging themselves.
Many Twitter users also pointed out that conservative actor James Woods got suspended from Twitter for posting a harmless meme while being accused of spreading misinformation.
However, Woods’ tweet was far less duplicitous than Ian Bremmer’s. Predictably, Bremmer was not even warned by Twitter for pushing disinformation that was rabidly shared and even used as the basis of “news” stories.
Twitter suspended James Woods for posting parody meme
James Woods has not tweeted since April 19, when he was abruptly suspended. The “offending tweet” was in reference to the Mueller Report, which cleared President Trump of collusion with Russia.
The tweet borrowed from Ralph Waldo Emerson’s quote, “When you strike at a king, you must kill him.” Twitter — which regularly ignores death and rape threats against conservatives — claimed that the benign tweet violated its rules.
Trump is working while media hyenas are pushing fake news
While the left-wing American media are embarrassing themselves trying to undermine the leader of their country, President Trump is in Japan negotiating a favorable trade deal for the United States.
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