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CNN’s Jim Acosta Busted for Fake News in Failed Attempt to Slam Trump

CNN’s Jim Acosta accused President Donald Trump of “fake news” on Thursday for claiming that “three of four” intelligence agencies had identified Russia as the culprit in hacking during the 2016 presidential election — but the president was right, and Acosta was wrong.

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NY Times ‘Needs an Eraser’ For Factually-Incorrect Walker Hit

In their shared zeal to elect Hillary Clinton president, the New York Times allowed columnist Gail Collins to falsely blame Republican Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker for teacher layoffs that occurred the year before he became governor.  The column is titled

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New York Times Forced to Correct Netanyahu Speech Timeline

The New York Times has continued its reflexive bias against Israeli Prime Minister with a story Friday alleging, falsely, that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu went behind President Barack Obama’s back in arranging a speech to Congress in March. In fact, Netanyahu only accepted Speaker of the House John Boehner’s invitation once the White House knew of the invitation. The story has since been corrected online, but the incorrect version will misinform print readers today.