NBC News Reporter EXPOSED for Circulating Fake News about Dayton Shooter’s Support of Elizabeth Warren

NBC News reporter Ben Collins was exposed by Big League Politics on Twitter today for making false statements during his appearance on MSNBC that downplayed the Dayton, OH mass shooter’s left-wing political leanings and support of Sen. Elizabeth ‘Pocahontas’ Warren (D-MA) for President.

Collins tried to cover for the misleading claim with an obnoxious, holier-than-thou comment in response to a Washington Examiner article pointing out his false remarks on MSNBC.

“There is a social media presence. He identified himself as part of the left. He had tweeted — we don’t know if it was an endorsement or what it was about, he tweeted about Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders,” he said.

“In a positive way?” MSNBC host Stephanie Ruhle asked.

“More neutral than anything,” Collins answered. “We don’t know if there’s any politicization, no manifesto, there’s nothing about that. We know from other reporting elsewhere that in high school he was viewed as a misogynist and had threatened women in the past. That’s something that is separate of any sort of political talk.”

Collins was apparently banking on the tweet being memory holed after Twitter removed the killer’s account from their platform, but unfortunately for him, it was archived.

A video posted on the official Twitter account for Big League Politics exposed Collins for spreading fake news:

Collins has, in the past, attributed alleged right-wing terrorism to his competitor, Fox News without providing a shred of evidence for it besides his baseless speculation.

Collins had previously laughed and applauded when right-wing voices like Alex Jones and Paul Joseph Watson were thrown off of Twitter for supposedly circulating fake news.

Now that Collins has been caught red-handed circulating fake news and continuing to make false statements about it to avoid blame after the fact, perhaps he should be the next individual on the social media’s ban list.

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