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Caruso: How the Media Gave the Week to Trump: Fake News, Lies, and Strange Obsessions

Stormy Daniels’ book! Allegations against Brett Kavanaugh! Fallout from Hurricane Florence! Surely this would be a bad week for Trump. But at every turn, the establishment media fell on their faces trying to pin down Trump, telling bald-faced lies, fostering strange obsessions, and making gross analogies that exposed them as dishonest and ridiculous.

President Donald Trump listens as North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper speaks while attending a briefing, after arriving at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point to visit areas impacted by Hurricane Florence, Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2018, in Havelock, N.C. FEMA Administrator Brock Long is leaning in a right. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

CNN’s Chris Cillizza Falls for Peter Strzok Parody Twitter Account

CNN Politics Reporter and Editor-at-Large Chris Cillizza shared a post from a fake account pretending to be fired FBI special agent Peter Strzok, boosting salacious claims hours after Strzok confirmed his termination on a different, legitimate account.

CNN's Chris Cillizza, who got duped by a parody "Peter Strzok" account because of its too-good-to-check rhetoric calling President Donald Trump a "Russian asset."

Nolte: The Breitbart News Fake News Awards

President Trump released his Fake News Awards Wednesday. In the spirit of this historic occasion, Breitbart News came up with a few journalist awards of its own.

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Fake News Firehose: Science Proves Media Are Not Making ‘Honest Mistakes’ About Trump

The settled science informs us that the more often you flip a coin, the more likely it is that there will be a 50/50 split of heads to tails. In other words, if you flip a coin 20 times, the probability of achieving a ratio of 8 heads and 12 tails diminishes greatly if you flip it 40 or 60 times. The closer you get to 100 coin flips, the closer you will get to a perfect 50/50 split of heads to tails.

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Fake News: CNN Dunce Chris Cillizza Floats Joe Scarborough POTUS Run

CNN dunce Chris Cillizza thinks MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough is planning to run for president in 2020. Seriously. “If you wanted to run for president in 2020, you’d be doing exactly what Joe Scarborough is doing right now,” Cillizza writes. He also tweeted, “Don’t look now but Joe Scarborough is starting to look like a presidential candidate.”

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