New England Patriots Call Out New York Times for “Fake News” Photographs

Even the New New England Patriots are calling out the Fake News coming from CNN, the New York Times, and other liberal outlets after they started spreading lies about what happened when the team visited the White House.

The New England Patriots came to the White House today to be honored by President Trump for winning the 2017 Super Bowl. Like a petty middle school girl, CNN took to Twitter to point out that Barack Obama was clearly more popular than Donald Trump because Obama had more football players who came to the White House. They even posted pictures to prove Donald Trump is less popular than former president Barack Obama.

Here’s CNN’s tweet with pictures comparing Obama’s Super Bowl event to President Trump’s:

Once again, CNN was busted pushing fake news about the number of Patriots who came to the White House to be honored by Trump. The Patriots actually busted them with this tweet responding to CNN from the New England Patriots Twitter account, which stated: These photos lack context. Facts: In 2015, over 40 football staff were on the stairs. In 2017, they were seated on the South Lawn. 

The New England Patriots followed it up with another that clarified the “crowd size” with President Trump at the White house today vs. previous Super Bowl celebrations with the Patriots at the White House. The picture they used this time was one of George W. Bush with the Patriots.

Twitter user Tennessee GOP showed CNN another picture of the New England Patriots that was taken with the entire group who traveled to the White House to be honored by President Trump. Tennessee GOP then told CNN to “delete your account”…labeling CNN’s latest scam #PhotoGate

CNN…for future reference, when the President of the United States is one of the closest friends of the  New England Patriots owner, it’s probably not a good idea to try to embarrass him by suggesting the Patriots didn’t want to be there.

h/t: 100percentfedup

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