An opportunistic Democratic Congresswoman from Florida named Frederica Wilson recently went to the press, with no proof whatsoever, and told them that during a phone call with a grieving military widow that President Donald Trump said the woman’s late husband “knew what he signed up for.”
Of course, the liberal-biased media published and spread this story feverishly without fact-checking it, calling yet more evidence that President Donald Trump does not care about regular people, especialy those who are not Caucasian. Thankfully, conservative commentator Michelle Malkin called b.s. on this story.
Wrote Malkin via her Twitter account about this anecdote, “I call bullshit. This is hearsay, uncorroborated, and out of context pot-stirring by Dem partisans riding the impeachment bandwagon–and recycled by lemmings masquerading as journalists.#fakenews”
Rep. Wilson has tried to recall her hateful anti-Trump story as many times as possible, and the liberal media has given her ample opportunities to do so. She recently said in an interview with CNN’s Don Lemon about what Trump supposedly said, “That is something that you can say in a conversation, but you shouldn’t say that to a grieving widow. Everyone knows when you go to war you could possibly not come back alive, but you don’t remind a grieving widow of that. That is so insensitive. So insensitive.”
Thankfully, Malkin was not the only person to call baloney on Rep. Wilson’s tall tale. Wrote one internet commentator bluntly, “100% bs”. Added another, “Even if he said it, it’s construed by people with common sense as a high compliment. Only people out-of-touch with military fail to ‘get it’.” Are you glad Michelle called this lying congresswoman out?
I call bullshit. This is hearsay, uncorroborated, and out of context pot-stirring by Dem partisans riding the impeachment bandwagon–and recycled by lemmings masquerading as journalists.#fakenews https://t.co/Fmi8XJVlny
— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) October 18, 2017