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The Truth About the “Doctored” Jim Acosta Video

Political discourse over the weekend was dominated by the suspension of CNN’s Jim Acosta from being able to access the White House, as well as the circulation of the video showing the network’s correspondent appearing to shove away a young woman so he could keep asking President Trump questions.

Now, an objective look at this video doesn’t really lend itself to the narrative that Acosta “assaulted” the young woman, whom White House officials have described as an intern. But, an equally objective reflection easily leads to the conclusion that Acosta was way out of line — even before the intern stepped up to take away his microphone.

Jim Acosta is one of the most self-obsessed members of the mainstream media. As a long-time member of the White House press corps, Acosta often seems more like an activist than an actual journalist. At times, it’s hard to believe that even CNN would stoop so low by employing someone with such an obvious ax to grind.

But, leave it to the left to take discourse to levels they simply don’t need to go. In response to the Trump Administration temporarily suspending Acosta’s White House credentials, CNN and others have claimed that the president has been using a doctored video to justify the decision.

We’ll let the person who shared the video explain why that’s a complete fabrication. Watch the full video below.

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