CNN Fake News Broadcast From The First Gulf War:
Back during the first Gulf War, CNN broadcast reports like these seen on low-resolution televisions and no one really batted an eye. But in 2017, where Photoshop and CGI is taught in nearly every college, we can see this for the fake, stage-play it really was. Pretending to be in front of an actual hotel in Saudi Arabia but which was really a stage set, broadcast journalist Charles Jako produced this fake news gem for CNN.
CNN Caught Stage-Managing Scene in London Aftermath:
The first video showed you CNN’s fake news broadcast from 1990, and here is one from June of 2017. CNN stages Muslim protest in London. Look at them stage-managing the scene after another horrible event, a clear violation of journalistic ethics. Media analyst Mark Dice has the story.
CNN Anderson Cooper Confronted on Sandy Hook Green Screen Disappearing Nose By Audience Member:
CNN’s Anderson Cooper pretended to be at a funeral, but was really in front of a green screen. In this video he is confronted by an audience member who calls his bluff, and Cooper is forced to admit his broadcast was faked.
CNN knowingly interviews a fake anti-Trump protestor who is really a CNN employee:
CNN went live in the streets to talk to outraged snowflakes who were melting in the wake of Trump’s election… This particular protester seemed to showboat more than most and my suspicions were confirmed once Don Lemon said live on air that he KNEW the protestor and named him as a CNN cameraman!
CNN fakes news compilation showing how they create the fake news they broadcast:
CNN has a long history of fake news stories, half truths, and blatant partisan bias. Less than a week ago Brian Stelter had a segment where he talked about fake news sites, and gave a few points to identifying them – however CNN clearly qualifies as a fake news site according to his list.
Top 4 Reasons CNN Gets Called Fake News:
Jay Fayza of TheRebel.media looks at the things CNN does all the time that have led viewers to distrust the once-mighty news network.
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