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Another Day, Another Anti-Trump Hoax Debunked

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Everything they claimed and said about this man was a hoax…

Five years, Two impeachments, and one stolen election later, and they are still maligning him everywhere in the mainstream media and establishment circles.

President Trump had very little to nothing to do with the unrest that broke out on January 6th, and F.B.I. reports have confirmed that since then.

During the hysteria, many in the mainstream media made wild accusations, and outright published completely fraudulent narratives.

One of those narratives was that roughly 7 hours of phone conversations were missing from the White House call logs—the implication, of course, being that President Trump was organizing violent protests via those phone calls.

Today we are seeing that narrative debunked by the very same corporate press that pushed these wild and unfounded theories in the first place…

What I think is absolutely incredible is that while outlets like CNN are outright admitting that this ‘scandal’ is a hoax, we are still seeing this nonsense pushed at the same time:

CNN explains:

The six pages of White House switchboard logs for January 6, 2021, are complete based on an official review of White House records, according to a source familiar with the matter.

There are no missing pages and the seven-hour gap is likely explained by use of White House landlines, White House cell phones and personal cell phones that do not go through the switchboard.

The missing calls also underscore something more endemic: the imperfect and antiquated system of tracking a president’s communications.


Breitbart writes:

CNN also noted, citing a former aide to President Barack Obama, that Obama’s calls were also frequently not in the record.

Thus, despite the Post‘s suggestion that the “gap” was “worse than Watergate,” the story seems to have ended the same way other “worst than Watergate” hoaxes about Trump, like the “Russia collusion” conspiracy theory, have ended: by being debunked.

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