Propagandist, Michael Wolff, has his comrades in the Communist media complex salivating at the latest opportunity to report anything but the facts and President Donald J. Trump’s accomplishments with his latest book, Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House.
The thing is that Wolff has blown his cover and intent coming out of the barn. Of course, that means nothing to a media complex in bed with the deep state and Communist bureaucrats and NeverTrumpers, all of whom are regurgitating the same scripted talking points
On Thursday, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair on Thursday, who Wolff mentions in the book denied allegations that Blair, in a secret meeting with Jared Kushner and Donald Trump, Jr. warned that UK intelligence may have spied on Trump and campaign staffers during the 2016 presidential election campaign.
…Wolff’s book also repeated speculation that Blair had been angling to be Trump’s Middle East envoy.
Blair suggested Wolff had made up both claims.
Interviewed on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme he said: “This story is a complete fabrication, literally from beginning to end. I’ve never had such conversation in the White House, outside of the White House, with Jared Kushner, with anybody else…”
“The story is a sort of reflection on the crazy state of modern politics. Here’s a story that is literally an invention and is now halfway around the world with conspiracy theories attached to it. That’s modern politics.”[…]
Good point made by Blair. In less than 24 hours, propaganda to portray POTUS and all connected to him in a dark light becomes the talk of the day while there is a media blackout on the President’s accomplishments. For the record, Blair does not deny meeting with Kushner.
Paul Mirengoff of Powerline Blog calls out while chronicling Wolff’s alleged history of fabrication.
…He’s the guy to whom Steve Bannon apparently decided to spill his guts.
But is Wolff a reliable chronicler? Paul Farhi, the Washington Post’s liberal media reporter, doesn’t seem to think so. He writes:
A provocateur and media polemicist, Wolff has a penchant for stirring up an argument and pushing the facts as far as they’ll go, and sometimes further than they can tolerate, according to his critics. He has been accused of not just re-creating scenes in his books and columns, but of creating them wholesale.
Some of the White House sources Wolff quotes have denied making the statements he attributes to them. And John has shown that Wolff’s anecdote about Trump being unaware of who Boehner was last year is almost certainly a fable[…]
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