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WAPO’s Source Revealed – Jordan Fuchs Was Spreading Fake News!


Another ridiculous story, to be finally proven false, just like many others. Georgia Deputy Secretary of State Jordan Fuchs was source of fake Trump quotes in call. Fuchs was appointed by Brad Raffensperger. “Jordan’s over-exaggerated and fake quotes supposedly from President Trump caused an uproar in the media, who made it out to be that President Trump committed a crime,” a local newspaper reported. According to Heavy, ” Jordan Fuchs, Georgia’s deputy secretary of state, was outed by the Washington Post as the newspaper’s source of false quotes attributed to former President Donald Trump. The source of the story –…

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