HomeNews WireFox News Host Bashes Trump – Claims White House is Pushing Russian Talking Points Editor December 24, 2019 Fox News has been gradually going downhill and it seems that Democratic bias and Trump hate has slowly crept its way into the news organization. Once upon a time, there was a clear distinction between left-leaning news and right-leaning news. Before that it just to just be news with no bias whatsoever, but as the left gradually got more hateful and intolerant of the right, the distinction increased. There are, however, times when the line is blurred and there is no seeming bias, though that is rare. Recently, Chris Wallace who has been with Fox News for a long time can surprise you sometimes. I just watched him jump all over James Comey last week and now he spits out anti-Trump sentiments on a supposed conservative network. Wallace was just on recently slamming Trump for using what he says was a promotion of Russian propaganda. According to Breitbart, On this weekend’s broadcast of “Fox News Sunday” anchor Chris Wallace asked Vice President Pence’s chief of staff Marc Short asked why President Donald Trump wanted to investigate Ukraine interference in the 2016 election, which he claimed was Kremlin disinformation. Wallace said, “Every major U.S. intelligence agency says it was Russia that interfered in the election. During a House Intel Committee hearings, a member of the Trump National Security council Fiona Hill said this idea that Ukraine interfered in the election is Kremlin disinformation, so why does the president think it’s still worth investigating whether Ukraine did something?” Short said, “Why don’t we try to find the bottom line and the answers. We are not questioning Russia’s interference. I’m excepting that, but it doesn’t mean that just because Russia interfered doesn’t mean others didn’t as well.” Wallace said, “They are saying and Fiona Hill that the whole question of Ukraine is Russian disinformation and in fact according to reporting, you may say it was inaccurate, Putin supposedly in a meeting they had in Germany told the president that it was Ukraine. And he apparently said to some people in the administration, ‘Putin told me at Ukraine.’” If this doesn't sound just like some of the liberal logic that the Democrats use then I don't know what does.