Media Caught With Pants Down Trying To Pull Another Coronavirus Hoax

Leave it to the liberal media to always try and pull the wool over your eyes.

Even now during this incredibly trying time and the media is still trying to create fake news and make things look much worse than they already are and trying to scare American citizens.

Now they got caught once again trying to pull a stupid stunt with the coronavirus. 

“CBS This Morning” discussed Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s allegation that the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) only gave the state 400 ventilators when they needed 30,000 on March 25. The network aired footage of a crowded Italian hospital room that was reported by Sky News on March 22 during a segment on hospitals in the country.

“It was an editing mistake. We took immediate steps to remove it from all platforms and shows,” a CBS spokesperson said in a statement to the Daily Caller.

Sky News’s segment shows the same hospital that CBS News aired just days later. CBS News aired the misleading footage as Cuomo was bashing FEMA for the apparent lack of ventilators, suggesting that the video was of a New York hospital.

“This is the main hospital in Bergamo, in Lombardy province. It’s one of the most advanced hospitals in Europe,” according to Sky News on March 22.

It wasn't even just CBS either that made this mistake. Rachel Maddow ended up having to eat her own words.

Just last week she was saying that it was nonsense that the USNS Comfort would be ready in a week and that President Trump was lying about it.

Well, guess what happened? It's there now ready to go.


The Trump administration is taking this as seriously as one can and doing everything that they can do in order to make sure the country and the people are taken care of in this tough time.

The Daily Caller

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