President Donald Trump likes to call CNN the “fake news” network, and as more time passes, it is becoming increasingly clear that he is right.
Following Monday night’s tragic suicide bombing outside of an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England, CNN went on to call the attack a “false flag.”
For CNN, the deaths of numerous little girls wasn’t enough of a reason to call it a real terrorist attack.
“It must also be noted that in recent months in Europe, there’s been a number of false flag plots where right wing have been trying to blame Islamists for terrorism,” Cruickshank claimed, according to Mediaite. “We have seen that in Germany in recent weeks.”
A reporter for the Washington Free Beacon was shocked that CNN suggested the attack wasn’t legitimate.
I looked this up with the full intent of debunking an Internet rumor, but yes, a CNN analyst actually suggested this https://t.co/h0onRMZ3c0
— Alex Griswold (@HashtagGriswold) May 23, 2017
@HashtagGriswold Probably just mad a little bit of mass murder made it so they can't continue with their round the clock mindless Trump coverage
— Woko Haram (@Wokieleaksalt) May 23, 2017
How low will CNN go to try and drive ratings? We already know that they lie about facts and rely on anonymous sources to prove their lies, but this is a new low, even by CNN’s standards.
What do you think about this? Should CNN apologize for trying to delegitimize the victims of this horrific attack?
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