CNN doesn’t even care anymore, they are now openly spreading misinformation.

CNN political analyst and former Clinton White House official Joe Lockhart admitted on Wednesday that he intentionally made up a conversation about two Republican senators that he said were “stunned” about what they were learning from Rep. Schiff about the President.

Lockhart tweeted, “Overheard convo between two Republican Senators who only watch Fox News. ‘is this stuff real? I haven’t heard any of this before. I thought it was all about a server. If half the stuff Schiff is saying is true, we’re up shit’s creek. Hope the White House has exculpatory evidence.[‘]”

Then shortly after that tweet Lockhart tweeted again saying, “Ok maybe I made up the convo, but you know that’s exactly what they’re thinking.”

He just made up admitted to making up a story about Republican Senators. This makes you wonder what else has this guy made up in the past?

Why is it that we keep seeing liberals continually lying? At least the American people are finally waking up to the truth.

Well, after Lockhart told on himself, many people started jumping his case.

The Republican National Committee Rapid Response Director Steve Guest immediately responded and posted that Washington Post writer Jennifer Rubin had promoted the fake news. He said, "Is anyone surprised that @JRubinBlogger would push Joe Lockhart's FAKE NEWS tweet to her followers?"

President Trump's re-election campaign locked in on Lockhart’s fake news and exposed liberals for the scum that they are:

"...4,600 retweets for the lie, only 389 retweets for the admission that he made it up."

He tweeted more a few hours later just proving that he and CNN do not care whether they are sharing false news.

In light of this, it would seem reasonable that Lockhart would lose his job with CNN, but since it is CNN, you know that this isn't going to happen. They'll give him a pat on the back for getting everyone riled up.

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