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 CNN OBSESSED: Network Insists on Airing FALSE Information To SABOTAGE Trump Presidency, A FELONY

Remember when President Trump was attacked and accused of using fascist tactics when he’d say things like “fake news” when referring to leftist media outlets such as CNN?

This should be awkward for lying CNN…

The massive amount of negative coverage on President Trump just about everywhere is shocking, but it’s most apparent on CNN where more than 90 percent of their coverage is to cast the President in a negative light.

A new Media Research Center survey of a full day of CNN coverage found that 92 percent of the news time was spent on Trump stories, and that 93 percent of those stories were negative.

MRC, as part of their research, did a study of 20 hours of CNN coverage to see what a typical day looks like.

CNN claims it’s right down the middle, somewhere between the left-wing MSNBC and the more conservative-friendly Fox News Channel. But an MRC study of an entire day of CNN’s coverage shows the network spent almost all of its time covering the Trump presidency, with a heavily skewed roster of anti-Trump guests and on-air commentators.

To get a handle on CNN’s news priorities during the Trump era, a team of MRC analysts reviewed all of the cable network’s programming on Friday, May 12, starting with the 4am ET Early Start and continuing through the 11pm ET CNN Tonight with Don Lemon, a total of 20 hours of material.

Guess what they found?

It leaned heavily anti-Trump and Left. And it went on for hours.

And the angle: CNN featured 96 critics and just 7 supporters.

Looking just at CNN’s own on-air talent, the results were even more tilted, with 69 appearances by anti-Trump analysts, vs. just two for pro-Trump analysts — CNN political commentator Paris Dennard, who appeared during the latter half of the 3:00pm ET hour, and CNN political commentator Jason Miller, a former Trump campaign aide, who appeared in the 8pm ET hour of Anderson Cooper 360.

CNN counter-terrorism analyst Phil Mudd, for example, harshly condemned the President during appearances in the 6am, 8am, 11am, 5pm, 8pm, and 9pm ET hours. “Give the President of the United States a pacifier and a rattle and put him in the crib,” Mudd declared during his 11am ET appearance.

But what if all their coverage of the ‘anonymous leaks’ that have no basis in reality — as evidenced by the flat denials of anyone present — is sabotaging the Presidency?

Would they be accountable for that?

According to the law, yes.

See for yourself by selecting the link below:

18 U.S. Code § 1038 – False information and hoaxes

Then there’s this bit of Comey testimony that CNN doesn’t seem to recall:

He says there that he hadn’t been told to stop an investigation.

Now, either the ‘notes’ he took are false and put out by a disgruntled former employee, or he lied to Congress under oath and committed perjury.

Either way, why isn’t CNN questioning that?

 

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