FBI Confirms NY Times Story on Trump and Russia is Inaccurate

Talk about misinformation… When the mainstream media wants to lie, but can’t substantiate its falsehood, what do they do? Play it like something terrible MUST be true!

As Rush Limbaugh relates in this clip, a “story” that the New York Times and other media outlets ran with is essentially a non-story; it’s the story of President Trump’s Chief of Staff Reince Priebus returning a phone call to FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.

Supposedly, this was related to the FBI’s inability to confirm damning ties between the Trump administration and Russia. Rather than delving into whether the charges which have been made repeatedly in the media are true or not, the Times chose to make a bigger deal out of Priebus’ phone call to the FBI. That must mean someone is guilty of something, right?

But in this case, all it means is Priebus called someone back who he was supposed to call! From every other perspective, there’s no story because the FBI had nothing incriminating to tell the media, Priebus or anyone else!

But instead of running with the facts, the New York Times, the Washington Post, CNN and others would love to turn the phone call into a story itself. A phone call! Isn’t that what you make when you want to cover something up? Watch as Limbaugh artfully explains the nonsense of this non-story.


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