Okay, let’s write some fake news. I mean I’m bored.
So Harry Reid complains the Russian hacking influenced the election throwing it to Trump. Right. Then he claimed that Comey single-handedly influenced the election results for Trump. Slap the certificate of authenticity on that. Both are true, to Reid.
Now this means that Russia, Putin’s hacks and Comey with the FBI in unison all worked together to get Trump elected. We are talking a huge conspiracy, fake news there. Plus, Hillary’s people at Harvard said the media helped get Trump elected. Media-Russia-FBI-Comey.
It doesn’t stop there, turns out Reid is also against fake news. Here is Harry Reid giving his retirement
lecture speech. He lashed out at Fake News. (HuffPo)
“We’re entering a new Gilded Age. It has never been more important to be able to distinguish between what’s real and what is fake… We have media outlets pushing conspiracy theories disguised as news. Separating real from fake has never been more important.”
He cited Pope Francis to bolster his case: (but Hillary also railed against fake news)
“[The Pope]said yesterday, and this is a quote: ‘The media that focuses on scandals and spread fake news to smear politicians risk becoming like people who have a morbid fascination with excrement,’” Reid said.
Hillary Clinton took the opposite tone, calling fake news “a danger that must be addressed and addressed quickly.”
Then Reid went on to referrence George Orwell’s “1984” to make his case.
The king of fake news is very concerned about Fake News. It turns out that writing a report about Harry Reid and fake news is a good way to point out fake news. He brought in the Pope and George Orwell. Who is more creative than that? Any time you can use the Pope to help promote your conspiracies is a good day. Hillary, I found your culprit.