Jim Acosta is an obnoxious liberal weenie who makes no attempt to hide his anti-Trump bias. I imagine his Secret Service code name as “Douche Nozzle.”

Watch the video, below as Acosta attempts to justify the recent rash of fake news condemning President Trump and his administration.

“I want to say, Sarah, that journalists make honest mistakes and that doesn’t make them fake news,” Acosta whined as Sarah Sanders scolded the entire room of journalists for publishing fake news.

Trending: Mother of one murdered Obama gay lover speaks out. “There is more to the story. I do believe they are shielding somebody or protecting someone.”

Acosta should know that not vetting sources, checking timelines, searching for corroborating reports, and other background checks on stories before publishing is routine journalistic practice. Publishing lies that you know are lies, and there have been many instances of that lately, is not an “honest mistake!”

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I would love to be the Press Secretary for one day and have the President’s full authority to run the briefings as I see fit. I would first outline the rules of the press briefing on official White House stationery….

Welcome to Secretary Madison’s press briefing room. Following are the rules of this press briefing and all future press briefings.

  1. Make no mistake about who is running this briefing – ME!
  2. Ask your question and then remain quiet until I have COMPLETELY answered it. Do NOT interrupt me or talk over me, or I may, at any time, have you removed from the room. You will not be allowed back into the press briefing. You may return for the next press briefing, but if you interrupt me or talk over me again, you will be removed for a second time and banned from all future press briefings. Your employer will be notified to send a replacement for subsequent press briefings.
  3. If your replacement is so unfortunate to find himself or herself banned from my press briefings, then the employing media outlet will likewise be banned from future press briefings.
  4. There is a “one strike” rule for purveyors of fake news. If you or your employing media outlet publishes ANYTHING about this President or administration that is not 100% true and accurate, that media outlet and all of its employees will be banned from the White House. One strike!
  5. Please sign this document in the space provided, acknowledging that you have read the White House press briefing rules, understand them, and agree with them. Those who refuse to sign can leave now.

Best Regards,
Thomas Madison
White House Press Secretary

Hell hath no fury like a reporter scorned, claims BizPac Review. Just ask CNN’s Jim Acosta, who hijacked another press conference to attack President Trump for calling out fake news.

Acosta repeatedly interrupted White House press secretary Sarah Sanders when she recounted the numerous bogus, debunked news reports rabidly pushed by mainstream media last week. “I’m not finished,” Sanders said several times after Acosta tried to cut her off (video below).

CNN, ABC News and a slew of other anti-Trump media outlets were forced to retract or correct several major news stories last week after making epic blunders that sent the stock market tumbling.

Naturally, Acosta vehemently defended CNN and his press colleagues by claiming: “Journalists make honest mistakes, and this does not make them fake news.”

Sanders said President Trump should hit back at fake news reports, and she’s glad he called out Washington Post reporter Dave Weigel for gleefully tweeting a photo of a half-empty arena to undermine Trump.

Weigel later apologized after the president pointed out that the photo he had blithely posted was taken before the audience had arrived.

Sarah Sanders said Trump has the right to call out fake news, especially when it’s snarkily pushed to ridicule or undermine him:

“The president is calling out a very direct and false accusation lodged against him. There was nothing more than an individual trying to put their bias into their reporting, and something that frankly has gotten a little bit out of control. We have seen it time and time again over the last couple of weeks.

A number of outlets have had to retract and change and rewrite and make editor’s note to a number of different stories. Some of them with major impacts including moving markets. This is a big problem. We feel it should be taken seriously.

You cannot say that it is an honest mistake when you are purposely putting out information that you know to be false or when you’re taking information that has not been validated, hasn’t been offered with any credibility and continually denied by a number of people including people with direct knowledge of an instance. I am speaking about the number of reports over the last couple weeks. I am stating that there should be a certain level of responsibility in that process.”

Sanders said President Trump should hit back at fake news reports, and she’s glad he called out Washington Post reporter Dave Weigel for gleefully tweeting a photo of a half-empty arena to undermine Trump.

Weigel later apologized after the president pointed out that the photo he had blithely posted was taken before the audience had arrived.

Sarah Sanders said Trump has the right to call out fake news, especially when it’s snarkily pushed to ridicule or undermine him:

“The president is calling out a very direct and false accusation lodged against him. There was nothing more than an individual trying to put their bias into their reporting, and something that frankly has gotten a little bit out of control. We have seen it time and time again over the last couple of weeks.

A number of outlets have had to retract and change and rewrite and make editor’s note to a number of different stories. Some of them with major impacts including moving markets. This is a big problem. We feel it should be taken seriously.

You cannot say that it is an honest mistake when you are purposely putting out information that you know to be false or when you’re taking information that has not been validated, hasn’t been offered with any credibility and continually denied by a number of people including people with direct knowledge of an instance. I am speaking about the number of reports over the last couple weeks. I am stating that there should be a certain level of responsibility in that process.”

Sanders, President Trump, and millions of Americans have opined that the fake news are promoted intentionally because in many instances (such as CNN and ABC News), reporters failed to verify critical information before publishing their reports and did not correct the bogus stories until hours or days later the errors were pointed out.

In the case of ABC News, the network did take remedial action after Brian Ross aired a bogus report that crashed the stock market. Ross was suspended without pay and has been barred from Trump coverage.

This is not the first time Jim Acosta has hijacked a WH press conference in his bid to become a YouTube sensation. And it’s not the first time CNN has been caught pushing fake news.

CNN pushed the fake “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot”

CNN pushed the fake “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot” narrative to describe the 2014 Michael Brown shooting. (screenshot

In 2014, a CNN panel promoted the “Hands up, don’t shoot” lie concerning the shooting of black youth Michael Brown.

In June 2017, a CNN crew was caught on video apparently staging a phony protest to push a pro-Islam narrative just one day after the London Bridge terrorist attacks.

cnn staged anti isis protest by muslims after london bridge attack fake news

A CNN news director tells a Muslim protester where to stand and how to hold her anti-ISIS sign. (Image: screenshot)

Two weeks later, a veteran CNN producer admitted that CNN is aggressively pushing the Trump-Russia narrative because the story line is a ratings cash cow for the flailing cable news network.

CNN producer John Bonifield  — who has worked at CNN for 15 years — said the network’s anti-Trump CEO, Jeff Zucker, has been relentlessly pushing the Trump-Russia narrative for ratings even though there’s no proof.

Jim Acosta huma abedin twitter

Jim Acosta, who’s newly single, excitedly posted this Twitter photo featuring Hillary’s BFF, Huma Abedin, who’s divorcing Anthony Weiner.

In November 2017, CNN falsely claimed that Trump had impatiently dumped an entire box of fish food into a koi pond during a visit with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Tokyo. Other media also pushed the koi fish story, picking up on CNN’s lead.

That faux news was easily debunked by video, which showed that Abe had dumped his box of food first, and President Trump followed his lead.

All these dubious “news” stories have many TV viewers wondering: If the media can’t be honest about Trump feeding fish, how can it be trusted to report actual, important news?