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Monday, February 20, 2017

Thank NBC News Joins The 'Fake News' Parade


By Town Hall, Feb. 19, 2017

In the avalanche of “Fake News” stories over the past seven days—led by the mass media hysteria in the wake of President Trump using most reporters as punching bags during his solo news conference at the White House—none can top the ridiculous new gold standard of fake news posted Saturday by NBC News.

“Trump Always Calls Out Chicago, but City Closest to Mar-a-Lago Had Comparable Crime Rate in 2015”was the oversized headline on a “news” story written by someone named Corky Siemaszko.  (Let the official record show that I do not personally know Corky, so have no reason to dislike him. Or NBC News for that matter, which often features my Salem Radio Network colleague Hugh Hewitt on MEET THE PRESS and other news/opinion telecasts.)


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