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‘The Comey Rule’ Is Distorted Liberal Fantasy of Lies, Made Up Scenes

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September 28th, 2020 5:00 AM

In what The Guardian called “the longest and most star-studded attack ad in history,” the Showtime limited series The Comey Rule is full of distortions and liberal fantasies of what they wish had really happened in the FBI investigations into Hillary Clinton’s email server and Donald Trump’s involvement with Russia.

NY Times: No ‘Spies’ in Trump Camp, Just 'Cloaked Investigators'

May 3rd, 2019 5:31 PM
The New York Times and the rest of the media were miffed by Attorney General William Barr daring to call spying by its proper name during his testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee. The media’s amusing aversion to the word “spy” was obvious on the front page of Friday’s Times, which came up with this wonderful euphemism: “F.B.I. Sent Cloaked Investigator To…
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Byron York: Key Claims in Dec. NY Times Trump-Russia Story Are False

June 2nd, 2018 1:33 PM
Friday evening, Fox News's Martha MacCallum interviewed Washington Examiner chief political correspondent Byron York. In that interview's second half, the pair discussed new information which contradicts key contentions about "How the (Trump)-Russia inquiry began" made in a December New York Times story. That story claimed that the investigation began as a result…

Evening ABC, CBS Shows Give 70 Percent of Time to Mueller Indictments

October 30th, 2017 10:49 PM
On Monday, the anticipated indictments of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort and deputy chair Rick Gates handed out by Special Counsel Robert Mueller sucked up most of the oxygen in much of the news media. Many of the 24-hour cable news channels ran wall-to-wall coverage with a lot of the airtime being used to recycle the same speculation hour after hour. There was little…
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‘How Is...That Not Collusion?’ Acosta, Sanders Spar on Indictments

October 30th, 2017 4:37 PM
With all of the news arising from Mueller Monday, the White House press briefing was guaranteed to feature tough questions for Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders. Naturally, CNN’s Jim Acosta chose to make his presence known, arguing that Monday’s indictments already illustrate collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia happened.