Associated Press reporter admits faking news stories for Hillary Clinton

Associated Press reporter says he knows it's true, but will gladly print that it's false.

(NaturalNews) In case you had any doubt whatsoever about the total dishonesty of the Associated Press — which also pushes pro-pharma vaccine propaganda and Monsanto’s quack science talking points — check out this email involving AP reporter Eric Tucker and Clinton operatives David Kendall and Cheryl Mills (source: Wikileaks).

The authenticity of this email is already confirmed via Google.com DKIM key (an email authentication code). (Bolding added below.)

Subject: Re: FW: Hi again from AP (inquiry about thumb drive)

From: cheryl.mills@gmail.com
To: DKendall@wc.com
Date: 2015-08-11 20:06
Subject: Re: FW: Hi again from AP (inquiry about thumb drive)

On Tue, Aug 11, 2015 at 6:02 PM, Kendall, David wrote:

It’s getting out.

*David E. Kendall*
*Williams & Connolly LLP*
725 Twelfth Street, N.W., Washington, DC 20005
(P) 202-434-5145 | (F) 202-434-5029
dkendall@wc.com | www.wc.com/dkendall

*From:* Tucker, Eric [mailto:etucker@ap.org]
*Sent:* Tuesday, August 11, 2015 6:00 PM
*To:* Kendall, David
*Subject:* Hi again from AP (inquiry about thumb drive)

Hi David,

We have been told, and we are preparing to report, that the FBI has taken possession of the thumb drive that was once in your possession. This is what we have been informed, and we wanted to see whether there was any sort of comment that could be provided. If you wanted to steer us away and say that we are misinformed, then I would gladly accept that as well. But we have solid reason to believe this. We’d welcome any comment you can offer. Thanks very much.

Eric

So an Associated Press reporter says he knows it’s true, but will gladly print that it’s false.

What’s truly astonishing in this email is how AP reporter Eric Tucker says he will gladly LIE to cover for the Clintons. In plain English, he explains that he has “solid reason” to believe the report about the thumb drive, but he will gladly publish a false narrative via the Associated Press, and he even suggests what that false narrative should be: “If you wanted to steer us away and say that we are misinformed, then I would gladly accept that as well.”

In other words, he’s not just corrupt, dishonest and fraudulent as a journalist, he’s also SUGGESTING the false narrative the Clintons should use!

This is the exact same way the AP talks to the CDC about vaccines and measles, by the way. Essentially, the Associated Press reporters say, “We are total media whores, we will bend over and grab our ankles while you shove your fake story down the throats of our readers who foolishly think we’re a credible news organization.”

You gotta love Eric Tucker for this. The guy takes the prize for finally spelling out in black and white what we’ve known for years: the AP is a total joke when it comes to real journalism. Note carefully that the AP won’t even fire Tucker for this admission. He’ll probably get a prize of some sort. full story

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