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CNN and MSNBC were Caught Lying Again

The mainstream media isn’t doing itself any favors when it comes to credibility. The latest in what has become a long list of lies, half-truths, and instances of fake news took place when both CNN and MSNBC aired an interview with Stormy Daniel’s attorney Michael Avenatti at the same time, with both networks displaying that the interview was live.

Now, unless Michael Avenatti is omnipresent and capable of conducting two separate interviews on two separate networks at the same time — either CNN, MSNBC, or both were deliberately lying to their viewers.

Whether or not an interview is live or not may seem somewhat trivial compared to other instances where these networks spread misinformation that is far more serious. However, the fact still remains that if these networks are willing to lie about the small details, chances are they have no problem lying about larger details as well. There’s a principle in the legal system that says if a witness is caught lying even once in their testimony, everything that they say should be disregarded. If we hold CNN and MSNBC to this same, simple standard based on just this one instance then their credibility is worthless.

To hear Mark Dice discuss this latest lie that CNN and MSNBC were caught in, be sure to check out the video below.

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