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The radical left is full of fake news

The radical left is showing its true colors more and more during the past week. They say that they are for women and against abuse of women, but they only call for the firing of the perps after many, many women come forward. But when it is a person of the right, the calls for harsh punishment are instant.

After the guilty plea of a Trump supporter this past week, the leftist media drew the conclusion that it proved the involvement of the Trump administration in Russian election influencing. Excuse me! These meetings happened after the election was won! By all accounts they were about better relations with Russia, not election influence. How do you make the jump to election influence by Mr. Trump unless you are coloring the reporting with your own bias?

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Recently one of the leftist news media reported at length on the vast expense it cost America to fly Mr. Trump and his family around. Judicial Watch recently reported the results of their FOIA request. The total cost for the Obama family travel was $114,691,322.17. The cost for Mr. Trump's family so far is $10,381,792.35. Almost one year is up. Based on the data so far, Mr. Trump's cost will be much less than Mr. Obama's costs. Is It clear bias in reporting?

It is known that the left-leaning Obama appointed deputy director of the FBI was involved in his wife's campaign and in blocking release of information about Ms. Clinton's unauthorized server. Where has been the reporting on this to the same depth as all the investigation into the Trump administration's Russian relationship? Is there a reporting bias there?

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Maybe the truth can be found in ABC's weak slap on the back of their reporter falsifying information this past week. Four weeks of no pay is not enough for false reporting that influenced the fall of stocks and lost people money around the world! He should be fired immediately.

But there are two sets of rules for the left. One strict set for the right and one weak set for them.

Michael Buttner

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