HOW DISTURBING: Judge in Acosta Case Based Decision on Mainstream Media’s FAKE NEWS REPORTS
On November 7th CNN’s Jim Acosta had his White House hard pass removed after he hijacked the press conference, disrespected the president and physically swiped at a White House intern.
Sarah Sanders released video showing a close-up of Jim Acosta swiping down and hitting the young female intern.
The liberal media claimed the video was doctored. It wasn’t.
The liberal media even produced comparisons which clearly show the video was not doctored and Jim Acosta swiped down and hit the woman’s arm.
The White House Press Secretary has shared a video of the Jim Acosta altercation that many believe was doctored.
We take you through it frame by frame. pic.twitter.com/sz892xk4bq
— Channel 4 News (@Channel4News) November 8, 2018
Even their so-called “proof” shows the video was NOT doctored and showed EXACTLY WHAT THE WHITE HOUSE HAD CLAIMED — that Acosta had physical contact with the young female intern, refused to turn over the microphone, and disrespected the Office of the President of the United States.
On Friday US Judge Timothy Kelly, who was appointed by Trump, ruled that Acosta must be given back his press pass.
Judge Kelly also said that sanders’ claim that Acosta had inappropriately touched a White House intern was “likely untrue” and “partly based on evidence of questionable accuracy.
This is very disappointing.
The judge based his ruling on FAKE NEWS.
Despite that, Sanders said in her statement, “Today, the court made clear that there is no absolute First Amendment right to access the White House.”
The judge did not make that clear.
But he did note that Sanders’ initial claim that Acosta had inappropriately touched a White House intern was “likely untrue” and “partly based on evidence of questionable accuracy.” Acosta held onto a microphone when an intern tried to take it away during a presidential news conference last week. Later that day, the correspondent’s access to the White House was suspended.
Here again is the video created by Paul Joseph Watson and used by the White House.