We Now Know Who WAPO’s “Source” Was For Fake Trump Quotes in GA

We Now Know Who WAPO’s “Source” Was For Fake Trump Quotes in GA

It’s being reported that the WAPO source for the phony “Trump/GA call” has been identified.


It was Jordan Fuchs. She is the Deputy Secretary of State, appointed by #NeverTrump Sec of State Brad Raffensperger.

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Remember, all of this was going down during the Senate run-off in GA, which the GOP lost.

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.”


Another ridiculous story – just like Russia collusion, Ukraine call, and insurrection, that was proven false.

Now, however, the GA Secretary of State is walking all of it back like it’s no big deal.


Their spin is that Jordan just didn’t remember “exactly” what was said, but they say that she got the sentiment right.

Sure, that’s why she was an “anonymous source” for an anti-Trump hack newspaper.

Give me a dang break.

From Heavy.com

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 – in which Trump was falsely quoted as telling a Georgia election investigator, Frances Watson, to “find the fraud” to become a “national hero” – was initially kept anonymous in its January 2021 story. However, when the Wall Street Journal obtained audio of the call that showed Trump had not used those exact words, the newspaper ran a lengthy correction and revealed Fuchs had been its source.

Heavy has reached out to Fuchs seeking comment. On March 16, she provided this statement,

The Secretary of State’s Office’s first reported about its investigator’s phone conversation with President Trump relied on the investigator’s recollection. Information about the content of the call was never presented as a word-for-word transcript. After hearing the tape, it’s clear that the investigator’s recollection accurately portrayed the president’s assertions that there was fraud to uncover and that she would receive praise for doing so.

We found out the quote was fake when Wall Street Journal got their hands on the recording of the call, that someone in the Secretary of State’s office had deleted.

Here’s what was actually said by President Trump:

The Journal article quotes Trump as saying, “When the right answer comes out, you’ll be praised,” and Watson responding: “I can assure you that our team and the [Georgia Bureau of Investigation], that we are only interested in the truth and finding the information that is based on the facts.”

Gee, that’s a really far-cry from “Find the FRAUD and you’ll be a HERO.”

Our media is pure garbage.


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