Shady Steve Scully Lies About Twitter Hack

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The second presidential debate moderator, Steve Scully, claimed his Twitter account was hacked on October 8th when he sent out a tweet to Anthony Scaramucci asking, “Should I respond to Trump?”

Dozens of Twitter blue checkmark’s chimed in to give credibility to the hack accusation.

During an investigation, CSPAN has now suspended Scully after he admitted to lying about the hack. 

President Trump’s campaign issued a statement accusing the Presidential Debate Commission of helping Joe Biden, saying, ”Everything the commission has done has been to benefit Joe Biden.”

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Erik Briganty
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Erik Briganty is a writer for NRN. He served his country honorably in the military for over five years. Briganty has received numerous awards for performance and integrity. His work will always reflect his values and always put country over Party.