Democrats Keep Falling for These Jokes on Them

Mark Dice recently used his usual light-hearted yet biting approach to show that Democrats and other Trump haters either have no sense of humor or else are extremely gullible.

Some of these missteps by the press are less than innocent though. Three days after the Parkland high school shooting, the Associated Press “manufactured” fake news about the shooter. The story run by AP was that the shooter had been trained by a white nationalist group.

Even after it became evident, the AP story was riddled with holes from the start, AP continued to allow the following Tweet to stand for over 24 hours: “BREAKING: Leader of white nationalist group has confirmed suspect in Florida school shooting was a member of his organization.”

One social media expert calculated that AP fake news tweet had been consumed in one way or another by 29 million people within that 24-hour period.

Watch the video as Dice shows how the mainstream media is so accustomed to reporting fake news, it doesn’t even know when it’s been fooled by it.

MSNBC and CNN aren’t immune either. They both get in on the fake new controversy too with their ridiculous spreading of lies about various stories. The video contains the most hilarious examples of stories they fell for.

Also, take some time to hear Dice’s take on Nancy Pelosi quoting a parody during a Russia conspiracy press conference.

See why Dice wonders if “Captain Prank” of the Howard Stern Show isn’t providing the mainstream media with all of its news.


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