Jake Tapper once again tried to push CNN’s debunked hoax that President Trump called the Charlottesville Neo-Nazi White Supremacists ‘Very Fine People’.
On Sunday’s, CNN’s “State of the Union,” before Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D-MI) accused last week’s Michigan protesters of depicting “some of the worst racism” in America’s history.
Jake Tapper set up the Michigan governor by repeating CNN’s Charlottesville lie.
While Jake Tapper will defend himself by claiming he only repeated what the Jewish Democratic Council of America (JDCA) tweeted and they were the ones that compared “Trump calling the Michigan protesters Very Fine People” to his remarks about the Charlottesville protesters.
But here’s the problem, Jake Tapper wrote the script and knowing what the JDCA said was a lie, then Tapper’s lie was one of omission.
And how do we know Jake Tapper knows that President Trump’s Charlottesville comments are a lie?
BECAUSE JAKE TAPPER SAID IT!:
Even CNN's Jake Tapper admits that President Donald Trump condemned neo-Nazis and white supremacists: “He’s not saying that the neo-Nazis and white supremacists are very fine people” pic.twitter.com/2hy1rQp8nP
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) April 26, 2019
As we reported earlier Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, went on to reprehensibly declare that Michigan’s Coronavirus lockdown protesters were carrying “swastikas, Confederate flags, and nooses”:
“Some of the outrageousnesses of what happened at our capitol this week, you know, depicted some of the worst racism and awful parts of our history in this country. The Confederate flags and nooses, the swastikas, the, you know, behavior that you’ve seen in all of the clips, is not representative of who we are in Michigan.”