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Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Joe and Mika rips one at Trump

Frick and Frack
Joe Scarborough and his fiancee Mika Brzesinski co-hosts of MSNBC's "Morning Joe" ripped one. This time it was over the White House regarding a lawsuit that accuses Fox News of fabricating a story with President Trump's approval.

"We're in a really bad place," Scarborough said, referring to either the MSNBC studio or the USA. "They lied."

A lawsuit filed Tuesday morning by a Fox News contributor alleges that Fox News worked with a Trump donor to create a story about the murder of former DNC staffer Seth Rich, with the direct approval of President Trump.

Scarborough, who, according to my anonymous source [aka Vinny Boombots], allegedly was rubbing on Mika's leg as he spoke, mocked former Press Secretary Sean Spicer by showing a video of him denying any knowledge of the story in question followed by acknowledging that he confirmed meeting key figures in the lawsuit.

Which proves nothing.

Brzezinski, whose IQ dwarfs that of a can of Silly Putty, offered advice to Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Spicer's replacement: "If you lie, it does come back."

Ask yourself how she knows that.

Rod Wheeler, a Fox News contributor, said in the lawsuit that the network and wealthy Trump supporter wanted to shift attention away from Russia. They created the story to help Trump's narrative and claims Trump wanted the story published "immediately."

The suit says that an article by Malia Zimmerman was written to "establish that Seth Rich provided WikiLeaks with the DNC emails to shift the blame from Russia."

Jay Wallace, president of Fox News, provided a statement to TheWrap: 
"The accusation that FoxNews.com published Malia Zimmerman's story to help detract from coverage of the Russia collusion issue is completely erroneous. The retraction of this story is still being investigated internally and we have no evidence that Rod Wheeler was misquoted by Zimmerman. Additionally, FOX News vehemently denies the race discrimination claims in the lawsuit--the dispute between Zimmerman and Rod Wheeler has nothing to do with race."
The "Morning Joe" leftists called the situation "sick."