Norway's immigration and integration minister, Sylvi Listhaug, does as Donald Trump and calls out the fake news media:
"This is the most vile attack I've ever seen! And that says something. The highly experienced media mogul, now commentator in Stavanger Aftenblad, Sven Egil Omdal, is now spreading fake news, invented to make me look evil and cynical. He has received well over 1,000 likes, many of them from journalists and media professionals on an outright lie. He claims there are no pictures of me in Scanpix's image database where I use the cross before I became immigration and integration minister, and he states that I cynically use the cross I inherited from my grandmother for political motives. Here are three examples from 2006 and 2007 where I used the cross," Listhaug writes on Facebook, and adds examples. She continues:
"I use the cross I got from my grandmother who is close to 100 years old because it means a lot to me. I use it when it's tough and it's no secret that it has stormed more after I became immigration minister. Most people have probably also noticed that there is more media coverage, which also means more pictures."
"It's no wonder that a growing number of people have seen through many of the leftist media and rely less on journalists. They have an agenda, and it is attacking the right. They do not have standards, they do not care about the facts - everything is okay as long as I or FrP (her party) is the target. It is absolutely incredible and obvious that Omdal and his like-minded have no low. Like and share so we can spread the facts!," Listhaug writes, echoing Trump and other brave people who are fed up with the MSM lies.
READ: Sylvi Listhaug - Norway's new 'Shieldmaiden'
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