The media spent much of last week making a big deal about a story from an anonymous source.
The Atlantic slandered the president, saying he insulted fallen soldiers and refused to visit their graves.
But many people went on record to say the story was false and that the trip was canceled due to weather.
That didn’t stop the MSM from preaching the story as fact.
Only now, after it has blown over, has the editor of the magazine made a big admission:
On Sunday, Atlantic Editor in Chief Jeffrey Goldberg admitted the White House’s account that President Trump’s trip to a cemetery of fallen World War I soldiers in France in 2018 was modified due to bad weather is probably accurate.
“I’m sure all of those things are true,” Goldberg told CNN in an interview on Friday when asked to respond to evidence a story he published saying otherwise is false.
The Atlantic claimed that Trump insulted fallen soldiers, calling them “losers” and “suckers.”
The liberal media was willing to believe it, because they’ve spent years slandering Donald Trump.
Anyone that knows the president, knows he respects our veterans and fallen soldiers more than anyone else.
Ten people, who were there, vowed that the Atlantic story was false. They said Trump never insulted our soldiers and that the trip was canceled due to bad weather.
The media continued to push the story, even using the image of a veteran to slander the president.
Now, Goldberg has been forced to admit that his story may not have been completely true at all.
For years, the media has gotten away with spreading wild stories about Trump, only backing them up with “unnamed” sources.
Even when the facts come out disproving these stories, the left keeps pushing them as gospel.
After all, even Mueller proved Trump did not collude with Russia—yet some Democrats keep saying he did.
Why bother with facts and truth, eh media?
Imagine the damage the media could have caused by spreading this rumor. Countless men and women have given their lives for this country. Others have lost much—to be told their president thinks they’re losers.
When is the Atlantic going to print a retraction?
- The Atlantic editor admitted his story against Trump might have been untrue.
- Ten people vowed that the story was false, saying Trump never insulted fallen soldiers.
- The media spread the story, despite only quoting anonymous sources.
Source: The Federalist