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Hours after Hillary Clinton held her long awaited interview with the FBI in the name of helping its investigation of a Romanian email hacker, which the media has routinely and willfully misreported as being an “investigation of Clinton” for the past year, MSNBC is now finally reporting the obvious: she’ll face no charges of any kind. Chuck Todd made the announcement during his show on the network on Saturday afternoon. CNN went on to report the same thing.
Without offering specific attribution, Todd revealed on-air that he had learned for certain that Clinton will not be charged. This information was obvious enough all along to anyone who followed the story accurately, as the FBI had already publicly told the New York Times that she was not even a target of their email investigation. News outlets knew this all along but decided to play up various misnomers about the story — on cable news in particular — because it seemed to be the only way in which they could get ratings about of Hillary’s otherwise steady and controversy free campaign.
Strange though this might be, it is all too common don't you think? We see it all the time now. One source says something and another picks it up and repeats it and it is then picked up by another and another and then found by one of us and posted here where it is then quoted somewhere else again.
From just a few dozen words coming from Clinton and the Campaign, we get thousands of stories.
More "leaked" information supposedly has at least two large cable TV networks pushing the meme that Hillary Clinton won't be indicted.