NY Times Just Revealed Trump’s UK Wiretap Claim Came From RUSSIA

The New York Times just confirmed that the source of the false allegation that Obama asked British intelligence to spy on Trump could be traced back to a news story touted on Russia’s state sponsored news network, RT.

The source of this allegation was a disgraced CIA analyst and – shocker – former Fox News contributor, Larry C. Johnson.

The discredited conspiracy theory was then peddled by Fox News legal analyst Andrew Napolitano, up the ranks by Sean Spicer, and, ultimately, by President Trump.

You might remember Johnson from a fake news story that Michelle Obama used a racial slur against white people.

When faced with the decision to confirm or deny the veracity of the story that Obama asked the British to spy on Trump “without American fingerprints,” Fox News blasted Trump’s absurd and baseless claim:

“FOX News cannot confirm Judge Napolitano’s commentary. FOX News knows of no evidence of any kind that the now-president of the United States was surveilled at any time, any way. Full stop.”

Even Fox News is starting to realize that the Trump administration is nothing more than a puppet regime set up by the Kremlin. And the American people are getting sick and tired of wasting government resources investigating baseless accusations that always seem to originate with Vladimir Putin.

With new information coming out every day, it won’t be long before Trump’s house of cards finally collapses.

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Brian Tyler Cohen

Brian Tyler Cohen is a political writer, actor, and comedy sketch director. He graduated from Lehigh University with a dual degree in English and Business. He currently lives in Los Angeles.

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