Remember when the Steele dossier and Russia collusion stories were stated as absolute fact by nearly every single media outlet? Remember when there ended up being no evidence to back them up? Back with us today is independent writer, author and media consultant Jack Cashill (cashill.com). He points to a recent, low-key, not covered at all retraction by the New York Times indicating not that they were wrong, but that they were duped into believing the dossier. They are not only trying to save their reputation, but also the reputations of those high up in the previous Obama administration. It's all part of a gradual information dissemination strategy to minimize the impact when the truth finally comes out.
On today’s podcast, John and Producer Steve sit down and discuss the recent New York Times report highlighting President Trump’s tax returns for the last several years. They cover what the Times was really trying to do with the story, the hypocrisy surrounding the anti-Trump crowd in regards to his tax avoidance (not evasion), and the narratives that were actually busted in the article. John also floats his idea on how taxes should be in this country.