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The former president of the United States Donald J. Trump sent a message to the public Saturday afternoon, listing 10 news stories the mainstream media falsely claimed were “fake news.”

“Have you noticed that they are now admitting I was right about everything they lied about before the election?” President Trump asked, in reference to the media, via an email to his supporters.

He went on to list 10 stories from 2020 alone that the former commander-in-chief has been vindicated on, calling into question just what the heck media was focusing on all of last year.

Statement by Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the United States of America pic.twitter.com/0s2XfHV9C7— RSBN 🇺🇸 (@RSBNetwork) June 12, 2021

Here’s a little background comparing what was being said at the time, and what is being reported now:

The media first claimed Hydroxychloroquine plus zinc would not help patients with COVID-19. Indeed, in November 2020, NBC News ran a headline stating, “The ‘evidence is clear’: Hydroxychloroquine doesn’t help Covid-19 patients.” But now, new studies show the medicine traditionally used for anti-malarial purposes does indeed serve some lifesaving benefit for those with critical stages of COVID-19. Compare that November 2020 NBC News headline to this one, from the Washington Examiner in June 2021. “Study shows hydroxychloroquine and zinc treatments increased coronavirus survival rate by almost three times.

Next, the media profusely condemned the Wuhan Lab Theory leak regarding the origins of the Coronavirus as “racist,” but new evidence has emerged proving this theory is likely true. Even the Washington Post admits the media botched this major story. “The media called the ‘lab leak’ story a ‘conspiracy theory.’ Now it’s prompted corrections — and serious new reporting,” the paper recently declared.

Third on Trump’s list is the Hunter Biden laptop scandal. Last fall, Big Tech and the mainstream media dismissed reports that the son of now-president Joe Biden allegedly haphazardly forgot his laptop containing potentially incriminating, and certainly embarrassing, evidence at a computer store in Delaware. This was a major story, implicating Joe Biden and possible Biden family corruption. Those who shared it were

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