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‘Fact checkers’ scrambling to stop photo of Obama with Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs from circulating
By News Editors // May 29, 2024

The Democrats’ weaponized “fact checkers” are desperately attempting to “debunk” a photo of Barack Obama with disgraced rap mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs to stop it from spreading on social media.

(Article by Nick R. Hammilton republished from SlayNews.com)

At the time of writing, “fact checkers” MSN.com and Snopes claim that there’s “Research In Progress” regarding an image of Obama posing with Combs.

Combs is currently embroiled in controversy over an ongoing sex trafficking investigation and multiple allegations of violent sexual assault.

If he’s guilty of even half of what he’s being accused of, Diddy’s life could be over.

At the very least, his career is probably close to over anyway.

The first time the photo may have been seen was late in March 2024.

It emerged when federal agents executed a search warrant and raided Combs’ homes in Los Angeles and Miami as part of a sex trafficking investigation.

“The media doesn’t want you to see this, so you know what to do,” a social media post claimed back then.

“Here is President Obama throwing his support behind a pedophile,” another commenter said.

Another user pointed out that Obama was also pictured with Democrat megadonor and convicted rapist Harvey Weinstein.

Despite the images appearing to be clearly genuine, leftist “fact checkers” are stalling by claiming they are conducting months-long investigations into their authenticity.

The report on MSN, which appears to be syndicated from Snopes, is not yet willing to say if the photograph is authentic or not.

Nevertheless, they are still willing to defend the image by arguing that it doesn’t matter either way.

According to corrupt “fact-checking” organization Snopes:

“However, contrary to what social media users suggested, the photo itself did not indicate any involvement in or connection to the specific controversies facing Combs on Obama’s part.

“Social media users also underscored that the rapper has been photographed with various other prominent figures, including former President Donald Trump,” they reported.

“In short, despite the widespread circulation of the photograph, we have not found any reliable sources confirming or denying its authenticity.

“However, the existence of previous photos of Combs and Obama together, as well as the rapper’s support for Obama’s presidency, suggests that the latest image could be authentic.

“Because of that, we have rated this claim as ‘Research in Progress,'” their assessment read.

Snopes/MSN claims to have reached out to the Office of Barack and Michelle Obama and the Obama Foundation for a comment, but does not appear to have received a response.

It’s worth noting that Snopes insists that Diddy was photographed with Trump while claiming to be “investigating” the authenticity of the Obama photo.

Isn’t it strange that there was no “Research in Progress” for the claims about Trump?

Read more at: SlayNews.com

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