Shepard Smith - "lie after lie after lie"


It's too much lying and too much Russian Federation and too much smoke.

After reporting newly confirmed information that there were up to eight people at the meeting, Smith tore into the administration and its so-called deception while speaking on "Shepard Smith Reporting" with colleague Chris Wallace.

When anchor Shannon Bream tossed out the notion that maybe Trump Jr. and meeting attendee Jared Kushner should be excused because they were political novices, Wallace highlighted that the emails show in black-and-white showed an effort at collusion.

Fox News is not exactly a strong critic of the Trump campaign's apparent collusion with Russian Federation.

Fox News host Shepard Smith couldn't hold back his blunt assessment of the Trump administration after he found out that even more people attended a meeting between Donald Trump Jr. and a Kremlin-linked lawyer than was previously known. "If you're clean, come on clean", the host said.

But not everybody at Fox is drinking from the water cooler that dispenses Kool-Aid, there are a couple of journalists with integrity at the Fair and Balanced network, Shep Smith and Chris Wallace.

Smith went on to criticize Jared Kushner for failing to report the names of these individuals on his necessary clearance paperwork. "And one day they're going to realize we're not and look around and go, where are we and why are we getting told all these lies?" If you come clean, you know. At night Sean Hannity wraps things up by serving as Trump's prosecutor, he rips apart any politician, pundit or newsmaker who dares say anything critical about the president.

Smith said his grandmother used to say that "oh, what a tangled web we leave when first we practice to deceive".

After Smith's rant, Wallace agreed with the host and told Smith, "I think that there's a lot of truth to everything that you've said".

"The deception, Chris, is mind boggling", he said.

"There's been lying about who you talk to, and by lots of people and nearly inevitably and invariably", he said at the time.



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