Mark Levin On The Atlantic’s ‘Preposterous’ Smear On Trump: “You Are Watching What Is Called A Pseudo Event”

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Political analyst Mark Levin dissected what all there is to make of The Atlantic’s ‘smear’ piece against President Trump that was published on Thursday, and instantly cycled across mainstream news sources and was used by the Biden campaign before it was debunked.

According to the magazine’s report, President Trump canceled a planned 2018 trip to a cemetery in France for American marines who died in World War I because of disdain for the slain soldiers who are buried there. It also alleges that Trump called the deceased soldiers “losers” and “suckers” when cancelling his trip, as per the article’s “anonymous sources”.

A White House official, however, released a redacted email proving that a “bad weather call” was the reason the Commander in Chief could not attend the Aisne-Marne American Cemetery in 2018, which debunked The Atlantic’s story.

Other current and former White House officials as well as the President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump have since denied the allegations and blasted the publication for spreading false information.

Levin labeled the left’s strategy behind The Atlantic’s story as nothing more than a “pseudo event,” and he explained how it works in the following four-part statement posted to his Twitter account:

“You are watching, yet again, what the president calls fake news, what is also called a pseudo event, where anonymous sources are used by a leftwing site to smear the president, and it is timed to do maximum damage 60-days before the election.

“And, then, the other so-called reporters ask the president about it, it becomes a 24 – 48 hour story, the DNC and Biden campaign jump on it … and there’s nothing to it.  Nothing.

“Others who were with the president the entire time have said, on the record, the president never degraded the military or those who have died fighting for our country.  Moreover, on its face, it is preposterous.

“President Trump has backed our military since day one, including huge increases in the military budget.  It’s Biden who supported policies as vice president that resulted in undermining the military’s readiness, etc.”

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In ending, here is a tweet where Levin points out that the majority owner of The Atlantic is a “Biden megadonor”: