Former Texas Congressman Ron Paul didn't name his weekly commentary Ron Paul's Texas Straight Talk for no reason. Now, following all the articles that have been written on one person's silly page that claims many sites are "Fake News," Paul takes a shot as several journalists in the media and references them as "fake news" journalists.

Dr. Paul tweeted the following on Saturday.

Additionally, Paul points to an article at the Ron Paul Liberty Report website by Chris Rossini, in which Rossini mentions the "fake news" list created by Melissa Zimdars and refers to her as "a leftist feminist professor."

"This list contains the culprits who told us that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction and lied us into multiple bogus wars," Rossini writes. "These are the news sources that told us 'if you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor.' They told us that Hillary Clinton had a 98% of winning the election. They tell us in a never-ending loop that 'The economy is in great shape!'"

Mr. Rossini is correct. Just take a look at how CNN faked Syrian footage and then take a look at how the BBC did the same thing!

Rossini then creates a list of "journalists" who "colluded with the Clinton campaign." The list was sourced mostly by Wikileaks.org.

As you can see, the names of the "journalists" are not only mentioned, but also the publications for whom they report or write.

Wikileaks has provided a wealth of information for anyone will to just see it for what it is. After all, the real issue about the emails leaked by Wikileaks is whether or not the information is true. So far, from the reaction of the media and the Democrat Party, it appears the truth is out there, as in the emails Wikileaks released.

And let's not forget PBS, who didn't make the list, but definitely turned up in DNC emails that were leaked.

It's interesting that The New York Times has had six of its "journalists" outed by Wikileaks and DNC Leak, which quite interesting considering that President-elect Donald Trump was calling them out for being "totally wrong" concerning news about his transition team and said they were "failing."

The Times responded.

However, can we really take them serious when it is known they house political hacks disguised as journalists? I think not. I'm happy to see the real fake news outlets being exposed for what they really are.

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