It seems that the entire liberal world fell for a fake news story from an internet troll on Tuesday night, with Twitter and Facebook falling in line as well.

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CNN and NBC’s Buzzfeed both fell for an absolutely insane phony story about Donald Trump on Tuesday night.

The whole bit started on notorious internet message board 4Chan, where web pranksters had convinced the pseudo-journalists of Buzzed, (an NBC company), that Donald Trump was being blackmailed by the Russians due to dirt garnered from trips to Moscow in which Trump visited with prostitutes and engaged in wildly perverse acts.

The truth is, none of it ever happened.

“RUSSIA has slammed claims it has compromising material on US President-elect Donald Trump branding the story ‘total nonsense.’

“Yesterday it was reported that a Brit spy uncovered evidence of shocking sexual information held by Russia on Trump.

“A Kremlin spokesman insisted the unsubstantiated dossier had been fabricated and also denied it had information on Hillary Clinton.

“Dmitry Peskov, a spokesman for President Vladimir Putin, spoke to reporters on a conference call and called the dossier a ‘fake’ and ‘fiction’ which had been dreamt up to further damage US-Russia relations.

“He reportedly said: ‘The Kremlin does not have compromising information on Trump.’

“American news giant CNN opened the political can of worms by reporting that top US intelligence chiefs briefed trump on the explosive claims during a meeting on alleged Russian interference in the presidential election.

The full dossier of the British spy’s unverified claims details allegations of ‘perverted sexual acts’ by prostitutes in a Russian hotel room containing Trump.”

The great irony, of course, is that the liberal media has been conducting an unbelievable witch hunt in the weeks after the general election, hoping to smoke out and eliminate something that they have deemed “fake” news.  It seems that, at least in this case, the only culprits perpetuating fake news stories are the media outlets of the left.

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