The problem with the outrageous, hate-filled lies the Democratic Party leadership has been spewing, not only in the wake of the Mueller Special Counsel report, but also previous to that, is the news media being their mouthpiece. While we know that the neo-communists in the Democratic Party are playing politics, the news media is supposed to be unbiased in its reporting. It has not been. The pasty faced news commentators received a deep blow of reality when the Mueller report cleared the President and his campaign. They had been participating in the blood lust of partisan politics and now they should be embarrassed and owe the American people not only an apology, but also a change in their biased reporting.
One such media outlet that recognized its fault was The Hill. The Hill was totally on the anti-Trump bandwagon, repeating any and all the nasty lies of the left. But it has issued an apology to the President and to the American people and is calling for finding out who the people are that "actually took proven, concrete steps to interfere in the 2016 election and sabotage Trump's presidency, beginning in its earliest days." Investigative Journalist Sharyl Attkisson writes on behalf of The Hill, "We did a poor job of tracking down leaks of false information. We failed to reasonably weigh the motives of anonymous sources and those claiming to have secret, special evidence of Trump's "treason." As such, we reported a tremendous amount of false information, always to Trump's detriment.
"And when we corrected our mistakes, we often doubled down more than we apologized. We may have been technically wrong on that tiny point, we would acknowledge. But, in the same breath, we would insist that Trump was so obviously guilty of being Russian President Vladimir Putin's puppet that the technical details hardly mattered. So, a round of apologies seem in order. Apologies to Trump on behalf of those in the U.S. intelligence community, including the Department of Justice and the FBI, which allowed the weaponization of sensitive, intrusive intelligence tools against innocent citizens such as Carter Page, an adviser to Trump's presidential campaign.
"Apologies also to Page himself, to Jerome Corsi, Donald Trump, Jr., and other citizens whose rights were violated or who were unfairly caught up in surveillance or the heated pursuit of charges based on little more than false, unproven opposition research paid for by Democrats and the Hillary Clinton campaign." Attkisson went through a list of apologies pointing out the wrongdoing of the FISA Court and those in the intelligence community against not only the President, but also the American people. The rest of the media should fess up and end this criminal coup attempt that has violated all Americans. John the Baptist exhorted the Pharisees and Sadducees that he called vipers, saying in Matthew 3:8, "Bring forth therefore fruits suitable for repentance." The media can do that by ceasing to cover these liars' empty accusations.