Fake News: Gizmodo posts smear against Trump, then issues hilarious “correction” #fakeNews


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Oh my goodness, Trump is going to explode the planet with nuclear weapons! That’s what Ashley Feinberg, a clown journalist for the far-left blog “Gizmodo” wants you to believe. (H/T Christina Hoff Sommers)

Here’s her story. (Warning: vulgar language)

Excerpt:

According to an official within the Department of Energy, the Trump transition team has declined to ask the head of the National Nuclear Security Administration and his deputy to temporarily stay in their roles after Trump takes office on January 20th.

The NNSA is the $12 billion-a-year agency that “maintains and enhances the safety, security, and effectiveness of the U.S. nuclear weapons stockpile.” It’s unclear when the two officials will be replaced. Their offices will remain vacant until they are.

[…]Trump, however, appears determined to be free of anyone who was appointed by Obama, regardless of whether or not…

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4 thoughts on “Fake News: Gizmodo posts smear against Trump, then issues hilarious “correction” #fakeNews

  1. This Other Latin F*cker

    I find it hilarious that the people in the comment section seem to grasp the fact that all but 2 employees will remain and keep on doing what they have been doing for years, but are still outraged that “NOTHING NEW” can be started. Now if I were a betting man I’d bet real money that these same people would be first in line to picket the development and deployment of any new nuclear weapons. But they are OUTRAGED I tell you that that won’t happen since Trump has yet to appoint two, (yes 2, dos, zwei, due, deux) people that can ask Congress to approve a new budget.

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  2. onwyrdsdream

    […]Trump, however, appears determined to be free of anyone who was appointed by Obama, regardless of whether or not…

    Wasn’t there an incident where the codes associated with the nuclear football didn’t change for a while on his watch? Maybe I’m misremembering because the scandal count is quite high…

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