Trump’s accused of spreading a false Kamala conspiracy theory, only he didn’t


The despicable media are accusing President Trump of a false conspiracy theory. CNN, one of the first to spread the fake story, claimed he was promoting another “birther lie.” He didn’t promote a thing, but rather he answered questions about it and said repeatedly he didn’t know anything about it.

Almost every ‘news’ service repeated the lie.

What actually transpired is quite different.


A reporter said some are claiming Kamala Harris is not eligible to run for vice president since she is an anchor baby. He asked the President if he could say definitively that she is eligible to run for office.

President Trump said, “So, I just heard that. I heard it today that she doesn’t meet the requirements. And, by the way, the lawyer that wrote that piece is a very highly qualified, very talented lawyer. I have no idea if that’s right. I would’ve — I would have assumed the Democrats would have checked that out before she gets chosen to run for Vice President.”

After the reporter mumbled something, the President added, “But that’s a very serious — you’re saying that — they’re saying that she doesn’t qualify because she wasn’t born in this country?”

The reporter explained that she was born in this country but her parents did not have permanent residence at the time

President Trump answered, “Yeah, I don’t know about it. I just heard about it. I’ll take a look.”

Go to about 30:44:


So, the CNN hack Jim Acosta attacked him because he didn’t refute it. HOW COULD PRESIDENT TRUMP REFUTE IT WHEN HE DIDN’T KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT IT?

NBC News, true to form, claimed he echoed the false claim.

He didn’t echo anything since he knew nothing and made that clear.

NPR said he “amplified” the birther lie.

He didn’t amplify anything.

ABC News was nasty and put racism in the mix.

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