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Donald Trump Mocks New York Times for Hiding Obama Lawyer Indictment

“President Obama’s top White House lawyer, Gregory B. Craig, was indicted yesterday on very serious charges,” Trump wrote on Twitter. “This is a really big story, but the Fake News New York Times didn’t even put it on page one, rather page 16.”

In this handout image provided by The White House, President Barack Obama (L) speaks with White House Counsel Gregory Craig in the Oval Office June 11, 2009 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Pete Souza/The White House via Getty Images)

Nolte: Mueller’s Dirty Cops Leak Innuendo to Keep Russia Hoax Alive

The disgraceful team of partisan investigators hired by Dirty Cop Robert Mueller just disgraced themselves further through a series of unforgivable leaks to the fake news media. Obviously angry over the fact President Trump is so innocent they could not

Newspaper front pages from around the nation are on display at the Newseum Saturday, March 23, 2019, in Washington. Special counsel Robert Mueller closed his long and contentious Russia investigation with no new charges, ending the probe that has cast a dark shadow over Donald Trump's presidency. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

New York Times ‘Raising Questions’ About Mueller Report Summary

The New York Times appeared to lend credence Thursday to the fervent belief among some Democrats that Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report might actually contain evidence that President Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign colluded with the Russian government, printing a story about how critics were “raising questions” about Attorney General William Barr’s ability to summarize a length investigative report in four pages in just 48 hours.

NEW YORK - APRIL 21: The New York Times logo is seen on the headquarters building on April 21, 2011 in New York City. The New York Times profits fell 58 percent in the first quarter of 2011. (Photo by Ramin Talaie/Getty Images)

Research: Google Search Bias Flipped Seats for Democrats in Midterms

New research from psychologist and search engine expert Dr. Robert Epstein shows that biased Google searches had a measurable impact on the 2018 midterm elections, pushing tens of thousands of votes towards the Democrat candidates in three key congressional races, and potentially millions more in races across the country.

Google encourages users to "go vote"