Another day, another piece of outright disinformation from the leading purveyor of fake news, CNN, this time during a segment before the State of the Union Tuesday in which their White House reporter spent time spreading a ludicrous conspiracy theory that she appears to have made up out of thin air.
The reporter, Kate Bennett, implied multiple times that Melania Trump’s outfit was somehow designed to protest her OWN husband while wondering the significance of her riding without the president to the SOTU despite the fact that Bennett herself had just reported that the first lady had chosen to ride with the guests she was honoring.
As NewsBusters documented, “Just before the 9 p.m. hour, CNN White House Reporter Kate Bennett was trying to read the tea leaves to understand why Melania didn’t ride with Donald to the Capitol.”
“She did drive up separately this evening from the White House to the capitol, we do hear from the White House, however Wolf, they will be driving home together. The President and the First Lady will share the ride home. But it is, again, bucking tradition that she drove up on her own,” Bennett claimed.
CNN host Jake Tapper then continued the conspiracy theory laden conversation before Bennett attempted to decipher a pretend “secret message” that the First Lady was supposedly trying to send. Keep in mind this is literally all in the heads of Bennett and Tapper and didn’t actually happened in reality.
“You know, she’s wearing a cream-colored suit there, which I find interesting. Remember last year the female Democratic Senators all wore white,” Bennett continued before laughably claiming it was to protest Trump’s non existent anti-women policies unless you are including being pro-life.
“Listen, it could be a total coincidence, but I just find a lot of the stuff she does these days, to look at it twice,” Bennett continued on her insane theory.
As I noted at the start, this is simply yet another obvious instance of CNN spreading outright fake news in the hopes that their viewers are already so anti-Trump that they will believe just about anything.
Here in the alternative media, that simply does not fly. With that being said, Kate Bennett has officially been added to the fake news hall of fame!
Note: Not to be upstaged by CNN in fake news conspiracy theories, hard-left puppet Sally Kohn decided to claim that the mysterious white dress was actually a dog whistle to white supremacists. As I said, this whole story is flat out fake news that hopefully the American people can see right through.
Clearly her outfit is a blatant attempt to pander to her husband’s base https://t.co/hEl8g0iBvb
— Sally Kohn (@sallykohn) January 31, 2018
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