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January 18, 2019

January 18, 2019

On Friday’s Mark Levin Show, Breaking news: Special Counsel Mueller’s Office debunked claims made by Buzzfeed News that falsely claimed that President Trump encouraged Michael Cohen to lie to Congress. Of course, there was never a scintilla of evidence to support these claims. Yet the only people that would have known about this would be Mueller’s office. So how would this information get to BuzzFeed in the first place? If Mueller’s office had not denied the BuzzFeed article’s accuracy, then Attorney General Whittaker and Deputy AG Rosenstein would be on the hook to launch a leak investigation, as this program has been calling on them to do. Moreover, Jason Leopold, the author of the article in question, admits to a “checkered past” that includes inaccurate reporting, most notably on the Valerie Plame scandal. Then, Speaker Pelosi says that traveling commercially endangers members of Congress, yet our unsecure southern border is of no consequence. She takes no issue benefitting from the excellent security she receives from the Capitol Police and the walls of the Capitol Building but won’t afford the American people the same security at our southern border. Finally, Steve Deace calls in discuss his new book, Truth Bombs.

THIS IS FROM:

CNN
Reporter with checkered past comes back with Trump Tower Moscow bombshells for BuzzFeed

Newsbusters
Buzzfeed Reporters Contradict Each Other Over Scandalous Trump Perjury Story

NTK Network
When Pressed, Pelosi Offers No Proof That the White House Leaked Her Travel Plans

AP
Mueller’s office says BuzzFeed report inaccurate

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