That was quick.

The latest FBI anonymous leak to the Washington Post had a short shelf life. The nuclear secrets at Mar-a-Lago tale was even more desperate than usual.

It lasted less than 12 hours.

President Trump debunked it this morning.

The Deep State-Fake News cabal needs to work harder on their conspiracies.

Scott Adams, the cartoonist and author behind the Dilbert comic strip, posted a list of the most prominent deep state-fake news lies and conspiracies attacking President Donald Trump.

Here is a list of 11 previous fake news conspiracies that fell flat.

If you believe Trump squirreled-away some nuclear secrets at Mar-a-Lago — and refused to return them — because you heard the Washington Post say two anonymous sources (that CNN can’t confirm) told them it was true, I give you some useful context. . .

— Scott Adams (@ScottAdamsSays) August 12, 2022

If only there were 51 principled former intelligence officials who could verify the authenticity of the latest claim.

Here is the common thread in all of the fake news hoaxes.

In the final phase, which one might call The Mueller Report Phase, we learn the story was a political hoax, but the damage has been done, and half the country doesn’t hear about the debunking. Their news sources will simply say some other version of the story was true.

— Scott Adams (@ScottAdamsSays) August 12, 2022

Why does the fake news insist on lying to the American public?

Why does anyone listen to them anymore?

The post THAT WAS QUICK: Add the WaPo Nuclear Codes at Mar-a-Lago Tale to the Scrap-Heap of Anti-Trump Fake News Conspiracies – Here’s the List appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.


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