After two congressional Democrats attacked True Pundit calling it a “fringe” fake news Website True Pundit hit back in the best way possible.

From Politico:

Amid broader complaints about the Justice Department’s interactions with Congressional Democrats, the letter from Nadler and Cummings specifically focuses on whether articles published last year by the “fringe conspiracy website True Pundit” might suggest anti-Clinton bias at the FBI.

The letter suggests that True Pundit — an anonymously written pro-Trump website — received information from FBI agents frustrated with the agency’s handling of the investigation into Clinton’s use of a private email server. They ask Rosenstein and Attorney General Jeff Sessions whether the information provided to True Pundit may have influenced the FBI’s decision to reopen the Clinton investigation a week before the election.

True Pundit published multiple stories last year claiming that the FBI did not bring charges in the Clinton case because senior officials there supported her campaign. The site claimed to have sources inside the government.

By fall of 2016, True Pundit had attracted the notice of the FBI’s most senior officials. New emails released by the FBI, in response to a Judicial Watch Freedom of Information Act request, show that the bureau’s deputy director, Andrew McCabe, forwarded to then-director James Comey an Oct. 26 True Pundit story which insinuated that McCabe’s wife had been paid by Clinton’s political allies to boost a failed 2015 bid for Virginia state senate.

True Pundit’s response:

In the end, we are here at True Pundit thanking Congress and the Deep Staters for the free publicity.

And if we did help sway the election, well that would be something to tell the grand kids about.

It is laughable how these Democratic Senators whose colleagues claim it is such a huge issue when Donald Trump attacks the news media has no problem blatanlty smearing True Pundit. Good job True Pundit I’m happy the truth you spread is making its way to the heart of the swamp.

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