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Even the Weather Channel is ‘Fake News’…

When President Donald Trump and some of his supporters use the term “fake news,” they are almost exclusively referring to CNN or the blatantly left-leaning mainstream media at large.

While it would be dishonest to say that everything featured on CNN is a lie, there is a substantial amount of material that is twisted or bent to fit an agenda on the network and others like it. Make no mistake — media elites have an agenda, and the ousting of Trump from office would benefit that immensely.

Apparently, the problem of “fake news” extends far beyond political media. As it turns out, even The Weather Channel isn’t the most objective source in the world, and is just as guilty of sensationalist reporting as anyone else.

A video of a Weather Channel reporter struggling to stand against the “wind” as a result of Hurricane Florence went viral as it showed two individuals briskly walking around in the background as if nothing was happening.

Oddly enough, CNN’s Brian Stelter rushed to The Weather Channel’s defense, suggesting that standing in the grass made it more difficult for the reporter to find his footing.

Yeah…okay.

Here’s Mark Dice with more on the story.

~ Liberty Video News


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