No Major Media Networks Are Covering This Scandal, And People Are Outraged


Liberal Media Ignores Truth Again

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Laura Ingraham joins Fox & Friends to discuss Susan Rice and the lack of media coverage. Despite every major network and paper covering the “Trump Russia (lack-of) Scandal, there’s nothing in The Washington Post about the unmasker and The New York Times pushed the story to nearly the last page with a false header.

Susan Rice, the former national security advisor during the Obama administration requested to unmask those involved with the Trump transition.

Low Point For Mass Media 

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Laura Ingraham reports:

“This is such a low point for the American media. They have been pounding the Russia story for weeks, even though top officials have said they have no evidence that any Russia involvement in our election had any effect. They stay on that story, but now we have a close confidant of both Hillary Clinton—who was running against Donald Trump—and Barack Obama.

“The same woman who went out on four Sunday shows and lied about the attack on Benghazi. She was that trusted that they sent her out to tell that lie endlessly on television. This very same person just decides one day: I want to unmask all of these identities of people from these particular phone numbers in raw Intel reports. Now, did she do all of that on her own? What did Barack Obama know?”

Spying On Trump One Year Before Took Office

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According to Fox News:

“Multiple sources tell Fox News that Susan Rice, former national security adviser under then-President Barack Obama, requested to unmask the names of Trump transition officials caught up in surveillance. The unmasked names, of people associated with Donald Trump, were then sent to all those at the National Security Council, some at the Defense Department, then-Director of National Intelligence James Clapper and then-CIA Director John Brennan – essentially, the officials at the top, including former Rice deputy Ben Rhodes.

“The names were part of incidental electronic surveillance of candidate and President-elect Trump and people close to him, including family members, for up to a year before he took office. U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice addresses Libya violence at the White House Monday.”

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