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Lately Conservative news sites, as well as any news site that doesn't spin the narrative that liberals in America want to hear, have come under a lot of heat for reporting "fake news." Well, the very same people bashing these news sites just got caught blatantly lying in one of their news reports.

MSNBC recently reported, falsely that Fox News held their Christmas party at one of Trump's recently opened hotels in Washington, D.C.

The false accusation occurred during a fierce debate between MSNBC anchor Stephanie Ruhle and Republican strategist Brad Todd. The two debated whether or not Trump was stealing from his campaign funds in order to pay off his businesses for the expenses incurred during Trump's campaign.

This sounds more like something that we would see from the Clinton campaign, don't you think?

"Legally he had to reimburse his company," explained Todd. "If he takes that plane, if he hadn’t reimbursed the company, we’d be on this show talking about him having had a violation of federal election law."

"Think about the hotel in Washington right now," Ruhle shot back. "The RNC [Republican National Committee] is having their Christmas party there. Fox News had their Christmas party there. That doesn’t feel a little hanky?"

Too bad for Ruhle, this accusation was totally false.

Wait, where's the outrage from the left? Where are the liberal media's fact checkers making sure that the attacks against the right and president-elect Donald J. Trump are completely true?

Has anyone seen the late night talk shows ripping into MSNBC for their blatant disregard for the truth while they continue their liberal rampage?

No. That's because like always with the left they love to make a big scene and blame their opposition when things don't go their way.

Classic liberal hypocrisy at its finest.

Please share this on Facebook and show who these lying hypocrites really are.

Source: Hannity.com

 

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