Florida Shooting Survivor Doubles Down: CNN’s Entire Townhall Was Scripted

Florida Shooting Survivor Doubles Down: CNN’s Entire Townhall Was Scripted:

The latest embarrassing blow to CNN’s (already tattered) credibility emerged last night when Colton Haab, the student who first exposed CNN for pushing him to ask a scripted question during Wednesday night’s town hall appeared on Tucker Carlson Tonight to offer even more shocking details about CNN’s conduct.

Yesterday, we noted that Haab, a Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School student and shooting survivor, had come forward to say he decided not to attend Wednesday night’s CNN town hall after CNN producers gave him a pre-scripted question for him to ask.

But Haab told Carlson that the producers didn’t just want him to ask one scripted question: They essentially rewrote a list of questions and political points that he wanted to make at the town hall, prompting him to back away from the town hall. Haab told Carlson he shared with CNN what he wanted to say, but a producer named Carrie Stevenson ultimately rejected it, and instead after several conversations “scripted” a question for him.

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‘This Is FAKE NEWS’: CNN Runs Globalist Sponsored Propaganda Piece That Claims That The Deep State Is NOT Real, No Conspiracy Against Trump

FYI.

‘This Is FAKE NEWS’: CNN Runs Globalist Sponsored Propaganda Piece That Claims That The Deep State Is NOT Real, No Conspiracy Against Trump

H/t reader squodgy.

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Blowback: CNN Pushes Plan To “Ban The Term ‘Fake News'” – #FakeNews

Blowback: CNN Pushes Plan To “Ban The Term ‘Fake News'”:

CNN is now pushing an effort to “ban the term fake news” after the slogan became synonymous with CNN itself thanks to President Donald Trump.

In a CNN opinion piece written by Hossein Derakhshan and Claire Wardle, who are affiliated with the globalist Council of Europe, the authors argue that the term “fake news” has “become meaningless” and lost its power because politicians (primarily Donald Trump) have hijacked it as a way to “undermine” the media establishment.

The authors decry the fact that many people now believe the mainstream media peddles “fabricated stories” and that information monopolies are being challenged by the ability for “anyone in the world” to have a platform.

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What Rubbish: CNN Claims Russians Meddled in 2016 Election With ‘Pokémon Go’

What Rubbish: CNN Claims Russians Meddled in 2016 Election With ‘Pokémon Go’:

You just can’t make this stuff up.

CNN broke an ‘exclusive’ story on Thursday in their desperate attempt to publish anything with the word ‘Russians’ in the title. CNN is now claiming the Russians meddled in the 2016 presidential election through Pokemon Go.

In this bombshell report, CNN claims:

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“Tit-For-Tat”: Russia Accuses CNN Of “Violating Russian Media Law”

– “Tit-For-Tat”: Russia Accuses CNN Of “Violating Russian Media Law”:

The “Russian collusion” crusade took a bizarre turn yesterday when Twitter, apparently in the absence of any tangible evidence that Kremlin spies exploited the social media service to undermine the 2016 election, decided to publicly disclose the exact amount of advertising revenue it received from Russia Today during 2016. It’s unclear what that disclosure was intended to accomplish since even Twitter says the ads were directed at “followers of mainstream media and primarily promoted RT Tweets regarding news stories” which hardly seems like an attempt to stage a coup.

Not surprisingly, it only took Russia’s communications regulator a couple of hours to respond to Twitter’s move by threatening to crack down CNN’s operations in Russia, an outlet which the regulator says is “violating Russian media law.”  Per Reuters:

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