Media Fabricated Fake Quotes From Trump’s Phone Call With Georgia Secretary Of State’s Office

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The corrupt corporate media used falsified quotes to push their narrative about former President Donald Trump’s phone call concerning 2020 election fraud with the Georgia Secretary of State’s office in December. Some outlets have quietly scrubbed the mistakes from their coverage, while others have yet to issue a correction.

Using an anonymous source, The Washington Post first reported that Trump pressured the Georgia Secretary of State’s chief investigator Frances Watson, to “find the fraud,” promising that she would soon be a “national hero.” Outlets like ABC News, PBS, USA Today, CNN, and more picked up on the WaPo report, running articles with the fraudulent quote emblazoned in the headline.

“Trump pressured Georgia election investigator to ‘find the fraud’ in December phone call,” a USA Today article headline reads.
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