ABC News Makes Costly Mistake When Reporting Flynn Plea Deal

ABC News will walk away with today’s Fake News award. It is just a trifle of a thing but it has big meaning. They were reporting on the plea deal between former Trump advisor Michael Flynn and Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

Flynn has pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI. That will land him a sweeter deal than what he was facing. In return, the mainstream media is expecting Flynn to give up President Trump and/or his staffers. All this is in quest of the mystical Russian collusion. 

The fake news ABC News reported was not discerning the difference between candidate Donald Trump and President-Elect Donald Trump. That creates a whole different set of standards when you are dealing with this subject matter. See how that is important in this article.

As Written By Ryan Saavedra for the Daily Wire:

ABC News reported on Friday that former national security advisor Michael Flynn pleaded guilty to lying to FBI investigators in special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian officials.

ABC News also claimed that Flynn promised “full cooperation to the Mueller team” and that he is prepared to testify that then-candidate Donald Trump “directed him to make contact with the Russians.”

There is just one significant problem with ABC News’ report: CNN reported late on Friday that an “ABC News spokesperson” said that “‘World News’ will clarify that this should be president-elect Trump, not candidate Trump.”

NOTE: ABC News has deleted all existence of the video off their twitter account.

Here is the correction after they wiped the original report by Ross off their website and social media accounts.


 

ABC’s mistake is a significant one. That it was president-elect Trump that allegedly instructed …….

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FAKE NEWS: ABC News Makes HUGE Mistake In Report On Flynn Plea Deal | Daily Wire 

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