Barack Obama, on behalf of the unhinged Democrats and their therapy dogs, is now blaming the media for reporting every “juicy little tidbit” from the leaks by Wikileaks. Frankly, they didn’t report all that well, but Obama didn’t want them to report at all.
It isn’t that Hillary was a terrible candidate — corrupt and a liar — it’s that the media didn’t hide Wikileaks. Actually, they kind of did but Talk Radio and Fox News were on top of it. Many times the media wrote about it but toned it down or put a positive twist to it so we don’t know what he’s talking about.
Then again, does he even know what he’s talking about?
“[We briefed] all relevant parties involved in terms of what was taking place,” Barry said. “When we had a consensus around what had happened, we announced it, not through the White House, not through me, but rather through the intelligence communities that had actually carried out these investigations, and then we allowed you and the American public to make assessments as to how to weigh that going into the election.”
“And the truth is that there was nobody here who didn’t have some sense of what kind of effect it might have. I — I — I am finding it a little curious that everybody suddenly acting surprised that this looked like it was disadvantaging Hillary Clinton, because you guys wrote about it every day, every single leak, about every little juicy tidbit of political gossip, including John Podesta’s risotto recipe. (Laughter) This was an obsession that dominated the news coverage.”
Obama wants the media to not report important information. Wouldn’t that qualify as fake news? Isn’t not telling people what is going on, fake news? He wants to shut down all speech he doesn’t like by calling it fake news or un-reportable news.
This is getting crazier and crazier.
Remember when Chris Cuomo over at the Communist News Network said only the media can share Wikileaks because the rest of us would be handling stolen goods? These people really want us to fall for that crap.
— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) December 9, 2016