Tell me it isn’t true!

In a deeply shocking revelation, the Washington Post’s National Security Director, Adam Entous, has been caught on camera basically admitting that they just made stuff up about Trump and the Russian collusion.

Fancy that, I think I’ll go and have a lie down …

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Zerohedge reports on a Project Veritas undercover sting conversation where

[…] Entous put himself in danger of being a bit too honest, at least by his employer’s standards, by admitting that “there’s no evidence of [Trump-Russia collusion] that I’ve seen so far.”  Entous goes on to admit that “it’s a fucking crap shoot” and that he has no idea how Mueller’s investigation might turn out. […]

Entous: “Our reporting has not taken us to a place where I would be able to say with any confidence that the result of it is going to be the president being guilty of being in cahoots with the Russians.  There’s no evidence of that that I’ve seen so far.”

PV Journalist: “There has to be something, right?”

Entous: “Maybe, maybe not.  It could just be lower-level people being manipulated or manipulating, but it’s very hard to, it’s really…It’s a fucking black box.”

“We’ve seen a lot of flirtation, if you will, between them but nothing that, in my opinion, would rank as actual collusion.  Now that doesn’t mean that it doesn’t exist, it just means we haven’t found it yet.  Or maybe it doesn’t exist.”

“I mean it’s a fucking crap shoot. I literally have no prediction whatsoever as to what would happen, and I do all the stuff for the Post on this so…”

Project Veritas have added another scalp to their collection of the truthful, unbiased, non-Fake News, MSM – having now exposed the shocking, yet predictable, political bias of journalists at CNN and New York Times and now the Washington Post.


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Dr Seuss may have been describing WH when he wrote, “He was shortish. And oldish. And brownish. And mossy. And he spoke with a voice that was sharpish and bossy.”  WH, however, is tallish and only just fits in his MG.

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