(Republican Party News) – President Donald Trump recently sat down with Dan Bongino on his brand new weekend program called “Unfiltered,” which airs on Fox News. As it turns out, the interview itself ended up being edited to remove his accusations that the election was fraudulent.
According to a report from Gateway Pundit, Trump’s spokeswoman, Liz Harrington, reported on the incident through a post on Twitter.
“Fox News DELETED President Trump’s words: “You have a Fake Election, you have an election with voter abuse and with voter fraud like nobody has ever seen before and based on that and based on what happened they are destroying our Country…” This is just as bad as Big Tech. They are putting President Trump’s honest statement, and the concerns of tens of millions of Americans, down the Memory Hole,” Harrington said, adding, “I guess it’s FILTERED after all, Bongino.”
Just when you think you’ve seen the last bit of the fall from grace the once right-leaning network once possessed, they find a way to demonstrate that they can fall even further down.
WOW. So I went to post a clip from President Trump's great interview from @FoxNews last night, and lo and behold, Fox News EDITED and CHANGED what President Trump said, censoring out 45 accurately describing the Fake Election.
Here is what President Trump said: pic.twitter.com/4aNKXioky4
— Liz Harrington (@realLizUSA) August 8, 2021
Now take a look at the “filtered” version:
This hearkens back to recent memories from the beginning of the month of July when Fox News ran a disclaimer from Dominion Voting Systems while airing a speech being given by President Donald Trump.
“THE VOTING SYSTEM COMPANIES HAVE DENIED THE VARIOUS ALLEGATIONS MADE BY PRESIDENT TRUMP AND HIS COUNSEL REGARDING THE 2020 ELECTION,” the disclaimer, which ended up running for roughly for 40 seconds read.
“Trump was not discussing Dominion at the time the disclaimer ran for the first time. Later Fox repeated the exact same disclaimer, also not related to what Trump was saying. He never mentioned Dominion in his entire CPAC speech,” the GP report said.
“On election night, we did so much better than they ever thought in their wildest imaginations, that they just said ‘the hell with it, let it go,’” Trump stated while Fox News continued to run the Dominion message. “I’m also leading in the polls against Harris, because not a lot of people think that Joe’s going to be running — but you never know.”
The real question at this point is how long are conservatives still going to try and tune in to Fox News now that they seem to be attacking and assaulting their once popular audience base?
After all, that’s not good for business.
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