Nunes Memo Debunked

Fox’s Shep Smith debunks Nunes Memo

“Many who’ve seen the memo say it’s misleading, distracting and lacking context,” Smith said. “The memo itself is in the conservative discussion mix while the special counsel investigating Russian interference into our democracy is apparently about to interview the president of the United States while seeking to determine whether he’s colluded with the Russians or obstructed justice.”

“A memo can be a weapon of partisan mass distraction,” he added. “Especially at a pivotal moment in American democracy when it behooves the man in charge for supporters to believe the institutions can’t be trusted, the investigators are corrupt and the news media are liars. Context matters.”

“Remember, this began with Devin Nunes. The same Devin Nunes who last year made White House surveillance claims, staged a rush to the White House to purportedly share surveillance information with the administration, but actually took information from the administration and staged a report of it,” Smith told viewers.

“At its core, it was PR, and it was bogus,” he added.

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