CNN just can’t seem to help themselves can they? I’ll be honest (and maybe just my opinion) but how the heck are they still on the air?
So much baloney has been uncovered about them pushing “nothing burgers” — coupled with their constant anti-Trump stance (that surely their audience is tired of hearing about I… I just don’t get it.
Do they truly have people still watching them? Waiting for the latest anti-Trump smack talk by pick-an-anchor?
CNN's Brian Stelter deceptively edits footage of NRA representatives claiming that the media loves mass shootings.
Stelter conveniently edits out how both NRA reps specifically say they are not implying the media loves the tragedy but that the media loves the ratings. pic.twitter.com/ty25MmnKZB
— Ryan Saavedra ?? (@RealSaavedra) February 26, 2018
Speaking of NOTHING BURGER… here’s what that anchor had to say:
If you take any one line of my argument out of context, you can use it to pull off a hoax. That’s what O’Keefe’s minions did,” Jones wrote in the CNN article.
“The notion that I think Trump is innocent of all wrongdoing in Russiagate is ludicrous. But perhaps the people on team Trump can afford to live in a fantasy world,” he continued.
“Did I mean that there is ‘nothing’ to the allegations that members of team Trump colluded with the Russians and then tried to cover it up by firing FBI Director James Comey? No – and far from it,” he wrote.
“In other words, no evidence is going to emerge (‘THIS WEEK,’ soon, or maybe ever) that is powerful enough to force the craven GOP to oust Trump,” he added.
As Written and Reported By Ryan Saavedra for the Daily Wire:
On Sunday, CNN’s “Reliable Sources,” hosted by Brian Stelter, deceptively edited video segments of two NRA representatives, using the videos to smear the gun rights organization.
“Reliable Sources” deceptively edited clips of NRA member Colion Noir and NRA spokeswoman Dana Loesch saying that the media loves mass shootings.
“Reliable Sources” conveniently edited out how both Loesch and Noir both specifically qualified their statements by stating they are not implying the media loves the tragedy of the shootings but that the media loves the ratings they gain from the shootings.
Immediately after playing the deceptively-edited clips, Stelter brought on two members of the media and asked them if they loved mass shootings.