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On Friday, Vice President Mike Pence clashed with CNN host John Berman as the two discussed the QAnon conspiracy theories which for some reason has been all the media cares to report on recently.
Berman started off by discussing President Trump’s comments on the conspiracy theory during a press briefing.
“The president said they love America,” Berman said. “How do those beliefs embody a love of America?”
“You said the president seemed to embrace that. I didn’t hear that, ” Pence replied. “I heard the president talk about he appreciates those who support him.”
Pence went on to say that he does not “know anything about that conspiracy theory.” Berman then jumped into ask, “how can you not know anything about it, given how much it’s been in the news?”
“Honestly, John, I don’t know anything about it,” Pence said once again. “We dismiss conspiracy theories around here.”
Pence’s comment clearly went over Berman’s head considering he told him to dismiss the conspiracy theory again.
“I just did, John,” Pence stated. “I dismiss conspiracy theories out of hand.”
“I said it’s a conspiracy theory,” Pence later said. “I don’t have time for it. I don’t know anything about it, and honestly, John, I get it. I get that the media, particularly CNN, chases after shiny objects.”
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For whatever reason, the left-wing media, who promoted the Russia conspiracy theory for years, has latched onto the QAnon conspiracy theory in an effort to “get” President Trump.
During a press briefing on Thursday, President Trump had the perfect response to a left-wing reporter who tried to corner him on the QAnon conspiracy theory.
The reporter asked the President if he supported ending a satanic cult of pedophiles and cannibals. The President’s response was perfect.
“I haven’t heard that. But is that supposed to be a bad thing or a good thing? If I can help save the world from problems, I’m willing to do it, and I’m willing to put myself out there,” President Trump said. “And we are, actually. We’re saving the world from a radical left philosophy that will destroy this country. And when this country is gone, the rest of the world would follow.”