John Nolte at Breitbart News reports that the far-left propaganda outlet National Public Radio (NPR) is lying about why former President Donald Trump abruptly ended a 15-minute interview after only nine minutes.
Like the rest of the lying media, NPR wants to pretend the 2020 presidential election was the fairest in the history of presidential elections. Trump, of course, believes he was cheated by Democrats, specifically in the swing states of Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Arizona.
After discussing the COVID “vaccines” and pandemic mandates, NPR tried for seven minutes to trip up Trump on the results of the fraudulent 2020 election,
When [Trump was] pressed, it was excuse after excuse — it was “too early” to claim fraud, his attorney was no good, things just seem suspicious.
But it all comes back to the same place: He has no evidence of widespread fraud that caused him to lose the election.
The tone of the interview changed. Trump then hurried off the phone as he was starting to be asked about the attack on the Capitol, inspired by election lies.
“As he was starting to be asked” about the Capitol breach of January 6, which the left insists on falsely labeling an “insurrection”? The suggestion is that the reporter raised the issue and Trump dodged it. Actually, Trump said goodbye and hung up before the interviewer even brought up January 6. But hey, NPR has a false narrative to construct.