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False ‘Fact Checkers’ Politifact, AP and Fake News NPR claimed last year that President Trump said wrong Rittenhouse acted in self-defense


Fake News and their fake fact checkers are tools used to push political narratives of the left. Their tactics are similar to publications used by communists and totalitarianists over the centuries. Their stories align almost exclusively with the leftist narrative and they rarely or never acknowledge their erroneous and biased reporting. The Rittenhouse case is another example.

Last year, a few days after Kyle Rittenhouse made headlines for killing two men during a BLM riot in Kenosha, Wisconsin, President Trump made a statement that young Rittenhouse is acting in self-defense.

The AP used the opportunity to check on the president and branded his remarks false.

TRENDING: False ‘Fact Checkers’ Politifact, AP and Fake News NPR claimed last year that President Trump was wrong in saying that Rittenhouse acted in self-defense – no excuses today?

PolitiFact also checked the president and branded his remarks false.

Far-left NPR also branded the president false in his allegations about Rittenhouse.

They were all wrong.

Will any of these entities write an apology to Kyle Rittenhouse, President Trump and the rest of America for their false reporting? We are re-rating their claims –

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