Fox News’ Brian Kilmeade has revealed that the judge’s image in the center of Trump’s search warrant is a fake.

Fox News host Brian Kilmeade posted fake images on Friday depicting Judge Bruce Reinhart, who approved the search warrant for Mar-a-Lago, and convicted sex trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell. He tried to reveal that the news media had used it.

Kilmeade was standing in for “Tucker Carlson Tonight” when the fake image aired on Fox News. A processed photo of Reinhardt receiving a foot massage from Maxwell was displayed.

“It’s a picture of Bruce Reinhart. The judge in charge of the warrant. We’ll see if he releases it next. He likes Oreos and whiskey,” Kilmeade said Thursday night.

Now, Kilmead has released a statement on Twitter, telling viewers that he wants viewers to realize that it’s “not real.”

“Last night, while subcontracting for Tucker Carlson, I was shown an image of Judge Bruce Reinhardt and Ghislaine Maxwell. This is a meme pulled from Twitter and displayed on screen. It’s not real. was.” The post said; “It was never portrayed like this. I wanted to make it clear that I was showing a meme as a joke.”

Republicans have strongly criticized Reinhardt for approving the search warrant. And since Reinhardt was identified as the judge who authorized his FBI warrant for the search of former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago mansion, a barrage of online attacks has exploded on right-wing message boards and on social media such as his 4Chan. The media are flooding his platform.

He’s been under attack for acting as a defense attorney representing an employee of convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, and Reinhart is also facing a deluge. Anti-Semitic attacks and threats online.

Part of this rhetoric also covers the synagogue to which he belongs.

Trump and his allies have suggested, without evidence, that the search warrant was politically motivated. Some conservative commentators, including Fox News, said FBI agents planted evidence An unsubstantiated conspiracy theory suggested that