GotNews editor-in-chief Charles C. Johnson will hold a press conference in Newark on September 6 as New Jersey Democratic Sen. Bob Menendez goes to trial for an alleged bribery scheme.
For years the fake news media smeared and scoffed at Johnson and reporter Matt Boyle for breaking a story about Menendez and two women who told The Daily Caller he paid them for sex. Menendez used the Washington Post to accuse them of being part of a “Cuban plot” to smear him—and many in the fake news media simply ran with this false accusation.
Newsweek called the Daily Caller a “patsy in Communist plot to smear U.S. senator,” to which Johnson had replied: “No Cuban agent was involved at any level of the story; it’s a distraction campaign to mask the senator’s involvement. In other words, I look forward to taking my victory lap and it may be sooner than you think.” The now-defunct Gawker declared the Menendez-prostitute allegations “debunked” with a sneer rather than a citation.
Rather than releasing information to help clear his name for the lying media, Johnson assisted law enforcement with the ongoing investigation. The FBI has confirmed everything Johnson reported on the case is correct.
— John Cardillo (@johncardillo) August 26, 2015
— andrew kaczynski 🤔 (@KFILE) August 25, 2015
A judge denied Menendez’s request to schedule his trial around voting.
BREAKING: Judge denies corrupt Senator Bob Menendez's request to schedule his bribery trial around Senate votes! pic.twitter.com/motLKg8w0y
— Newt-Trump Fan Club (@NewtTrump) September 1, 2017
GotNews will continue to bring readers the truth about Menendez and the media in the days leading up to his federal trial.
Stay tuned for more.
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