On the heels of the CNN "fake news" scandal, the AP is now guilty of similar mis-reporting. Why don't they just admit they are on a secular-progressive team and quit pretending that they are objective?
Another Project Veritas video exposing CNN’s lack of journalistic integrity was released Friday. The video shows Jimmy Carr, associate producer for CNN’s New Day, admitting that CNN has a left-leaning bias and hates President Trump. He also says that American voters are “stupid as s**t.” Furthermore the video shows that CNN practices selective editing to promote a false narrative.
“Far-right” terrorism is a vastly bigger threat than the jihadist variety, claims a recent study. Yet under its methodology, founders George Washington and Thomas Jefferson could be considered “terrorists.”
CNN Political Commentator Van Jones admits in a video released Wednesday that “the Russia thing is just a big nothingburger.” The video is part of the American Pravda series by Project Veritas, which vowed last year to turn its attention to exposing “fake news.” If these two videos are any indication, that promise is being kept.
CNN has been deliberately manufacturing fake news about connections and collusion between President Trump and Russia. In the past week, the wheels have come off the cart of the fake Trump/Russia story and CNN has taken a hit in the credibility department culminating in the retraction of an article, the “resignation” of three CNN employees, and the release of videos showing a CNN producer admitting that the story is “bulls**t” and a CNN political commentator calling it a “big nothingburger.”
A CNN segment on Johnny Depp’s remarks about assassinating President Trump was little more than a thinly-veiled attempt to use the moment to smear the president and his supporters. On Friday morning, host Kate Bolduan and guests Guy Cecil, head of the Democratic SuperPAC, Priorities USA and CNN political commentator Keith Boykin — who is also a former Clinton White House aide — somehow managed to turn a threat against the president’s life into an indictment of the president.
One week after baseball-field shooter James Hodgkinson tried to kill as many Republicans “as possible,” Johhny Depp joked Thursday at the Gladstonbury Festival in Somerset, England about assassinating President Trump. He has since apologized, but should his apology matter?
Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner's last-minute attempt to placate state Democrats before the June 30 deadline is likely to fail, and the state will increase its indebtedness to the point of no return.