CNN Hack Jim Acosta Caught Spreading #FakeNews About Intelligence Community’s Russia Assessment
Very fake news CNN’s Jim Acosta, who is only known for his juvenile outbursts and childish tantrums continued making CNN proud Thursday morning as he spread more lies about the intelligence community’s assessment of ‘Russian interference’ in the 2016 presidential election.
Jim Acosta attacked President Trump’s statement at a press conference in Poland. Trump said it was “three or four” intelligence agencies who agreed Russia had interfered, not the previously reported 17. As usual, Trump is right, but that didn’t stop the propaganda machine known as CNN from attacking him.
Washington Examiner reported:
Speaking on CNN’s “New Day,” Acosta wondered where Trump got the “three or four” figure, though it has been reported that out of 17 agencies, only the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, the CIA, the FBI, and the National Security Agency have formally drawn the conclusion about Russia.
“The other thing that was ‘fake news’ coming from President Trump is when he said, well, I keep hearing it’s 17 intelligence agencies that say Russia meddled in the election, I think it’s only three or four,” Acosta said. “Where does that number come from? Where does this ‘three or four’ number come from? My suspicion … is that if we go to the administration and ask them for this question, I’m not so sure we’re going to get an answer.”
As TGP previously reported, the New York Times quietly issued a correction about their claims that all 17 U.S. intelligence agencies agreed that the Russians ‘hacked’ the 2016 presidential election. The REAL number is only 4 agencies held such views, Jim Acosta, please try to keep up.
It has been a bad week for CNN as they continue to get hammered by Project Veritas undercover videos. CNN also blackmailed a private citizen for posting an anti-CNN wrestling meme or what we like to call exercising his First Amendment rights.
Interesting how CNN was able to find the identity of an anonymous Reddit user within a day or two, but they haven’t been able to find any evidence of a Trump-Russia collusion after several months.