‘Fake News Defined!’ Shepard Smith Destroys Trump’s Fake Sharpie Map By Listing Off His Biggest Whoppers

‘I accept the fake news apologies’


SMITH: “Well, that was wrong. It gave birth to a lot of very funny memes, but the subject of the goof was too serious so the National Weather Service swiftly corrected him, issuing a statement from the office in Birmingham. ‘Alabama will not see any impacts from Dorian. We repeat, no impacts from hurricane Dorian will be felt across Alabama.’ That could have been it. The end of it. Everybody makes mistakes. Instead, the next day, the President blamed the media for his own inaccurate warning and then started to rewrite history on the matter. Yesterday he continued. He added doctored graphics to the narrative. The President on television took a National Hurricane Center forecast that somebody had doctored with a Sharpie or something. The forecast showed east coast Dorian, the Sharpie’s magical addition added the coast of Alabama on the Gulf Coast. Completely Dorian-free. Why would the President of the United States do this? He decries fake news that isn’t and disseminates fake news that is. Think China pays the tariffs. The wall is going up. Historic inauguration crowds. Russia probe is a witch hunt. You need an ID to buy cereal. Noise from windmills causes cancer. It’s endless. And now the Sharpie map that hurricanes Alabama. A reporter asked him about it.”

(Via Mediaite)

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