Monkey Business again on Business Insider, the well-known leftie propaganda publication that published the fake news of Steve Jobs having a heart attack in 2008 and then received hate mail for it. You’re right – none else than Business Insider. Today, propaganda platform Yahoo News has featured another fake news from this discredited rag.
Some propagandist named Ashley Collman working for Business Insider created her own story by twisting the words of Trump’s White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany in her recent interview with Fox News. First let’s watch what Kayleigh said to expose Collman’s fake news.
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Now, when Collman wrote her story about this clip, it came out to be a whole different thing. The title “Former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany says she was shocked that Trump’s January 6 rally turned violent” started the lie way too early. As the video shows, Kayleigh never said that it was “Trump’s rally” that turned violent. Her words were, “as those events transpired, it was disbelief, shock, somber, sad, horrified by the violence.” She never said the Trump rally went violent. She pointed to the violence that happened there, at the capitol building – the violence that has since been shown to involve leftist criminals including ANTIFA and a well-documented Black Lives Matter (BLM) activist.
In the story itself , the highlighted points at the start include a lie created out of words that Kayleigh did not say:
She said she felt “disbelief” and shock” when the rally turned into a riot.
The propagandist for Business Insider then continues to lie about Kayleigh, adding to the statement the words “despite these events having a history of violence, and law-enforcement agencies having issued warnings about the event.” It’s a claim that the propagandist doesn’t back up with a link – at least until the writing of this post.
Collman’s lies continue to get bigger and claim, “Trump himself was said to have been pleased with the violence” further down in the story. To add some weight to this lie, the propagandist links to a source that has widely been debunked as the most popular fake news channel: CNN. Yes, the same CNN that receives a “CNN sucks” chant from conservative crowds everywhere it shows up for coverage. The link is to the lies of the impeachment team of the Democrats aired on CNN—the failed impeachment trial wherein Trump’s team showed that evidence was being faked by the Democrat attorneys.
And if that wasn’t enough, Collman rushes to link to another fake news leftist rag in the same para—the New York Times (NYT):
Trump was initially pleased with the violence and ignored aides’ attempts to get him to intervene.
The NYT story was bad political fiction using the cliches “officials” and “aides” without specifically going into the names and details to substantiate their claims.
Business Insider has already been shown to produce/share fake news and Ashley Collman’s lies built on previous lies add to the discredited publication’s load of shame. Collman’s story is 10/10 on Skepticle Scale, and comes as a textbook example of fake news.