In case you were wondering why The Atlantic ran with the anti-Trump hoax story today, well, here you go:
— Jack Posobiec ?? (@JackPosobiec) September 4, 2020
Incidentally, look at the other names on that list:
Meg Whitman – former GOP candidate for Governor in California;
George Soros – the most evil human being on the planet;
Jeffrey Katzenberg – former chairman at Disney;
James Murdoch – son of Ruppert Murdoch, honcho at Fox News.
What fun company Joe Biden’s elder-abusing handlers are keeping these days.
Meanwhile, The Atlantic’s obviously fake story is falling completely apart:
— Jeff Stein (@JStein_WaPo) September 4, 2020
One of the main allegations in The Atlantic’s story is that President Trump cancelled a 2018 visit to the Normandy graveyard in which hundreds of heroic U.S. soldiers are buried because he considered them to be “losers.” The weather on that day was terrible, and the White House stated that, because the President would have had to travel from Paris to Normandy in a helicopter, the pilots had deemed the trip unsafe.
Noted Trump hater, the inveterate warmonger John Bolton, was there that day and told NYTimes fake reporters Peter Bakers and Maggie Haberman that the White House version of events was correct.
The great Twitter user TechnoFog went even further, citing documents obtained through Freedom of Information Act requests that prove that the trip was cancelled due to the bad weather:
On that Atlantic Story – @JeffreyGoldberg and his "four sources" claim Trump's helicopter flight to the US/French cemetery wasn't cancelled due to weather.
FOIA docs prove this to be false.
Their "sources" are failing basic fact checks – making them essentially worthless. pic.twitter.com/wAa7FrSxoW
— Techno Fog (@Techno_Fog) September 4, 2020
Nevertheless, the corrupt news media has persisted. – The cretins at The Hill decided it was newsworthy today to repeat a Daily Beast story from yesterday that tells us that the widow of … wait for it … Mr. Freakin’ Rogers does not approve of President Trump.
No word if The Hill is now seeking comment from the widows of Captain Kangaroo, Mr. Green Jeans, Howdy Doody and Bozo the Clown, but it seems likely.
You just could never make this stuff up, folks.
But back to The Atlantic and its melting-down hoax story. Folks, this is pure, utter and complete panic and desperation on the part of your fake news media. By mid-morning, Democrat suck-up fake reporters like Haberman and CNN’s resident eunuch Brian Stelter were practically begging the “sources” for The Atlantic’s fake story to reveal themselves. Haberman even essentially outed John Kelly as one of the “sources” while doing so.
Who might the other “sources” be? Isn’t it obvious, given the subject matter? How about James Mattis, like Kelly a war hawk who hated Trump’s non-interventionist foreign policy and who has already signed onto a letter opposing his re-election. Or how about H.R. McMaster, who filled the National Security Council staff inside the White House with Obama holdovers, and who also hated Trump’s refusal to start new wars around the globe.
That is of course assuming The Atlantic has any real “sources” for its story at all, and didn’t just make it all up out of whole cloth. Author Jeffrey Goldberg told CNN this morning that his “sources” didn’t want to have their names used because they’re all a-skeered of having to deal with “angry tweets and all the rest…”:
Atlantic editor-in-chief Jeffrey Goldberg explains why he used unnamed sources in report about Trump insulting dead soldiers:
— Daniel Chaitin (@danielchaitin7) September 4, 2020
Thus, whomever these “sources” really happen to be not only lack the slightest shred of personal integrity, they’re rank cowards as well.
If any or all of the generals named above are indeed involved, that is not a good look at all, is it?
That is all.
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