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Corrupt Media Busted: Absolute Proof Reporters Taking Marching Orders From Hillary

Corrupt Media Busted: Absolute Proof Reporters Taking Marching Orders From Hillary

Wikileaks exposes corrupt media: These reporters were taking marching orders from Hillary…

The Clinton campaign sent out invites to New York reporters in April 2015 on their off-the-record meeting on how to sell Hillary Clinton to the public.

Wikileaks just released a list of reporters who were in attendance at a pow wow for Hillary in April of 2015. Biased isn’t even the word for these scumbags! Take names and never trust these people!

Here’s the behind-the-scenes scoop:

The Clinton campaign likes to use glitzy, intimate, completely off-the-record parties between top campaign aides and leading media personalities. One of the most elaborately planned get-togethers was described in an April, 2015, memo — produced, according to the document metadata, by deputy press secretary Jesse Ferguson — to take place shortly before Clinton’s official announcement of her candidacy. The event was an April 10 cocktail party for leading news figures and top-level Clinton staff at the Upper East Side home of Clinton strategist Joel Benenson, a fully off-the-record gathering designed to impart the campaign’s messaging: More

Corrupt Media Busted: Absolute Proof Reporters Taking Marching Orders From Hillary

These 38 reporters should NEVER BE TRUSTED!

Via The Intercept:

Corrupt Media Busted: Absolute Proof Reporters Taking Marching Orders From Hillary

 

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