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CNN FAKES THE NEWS: Network runs news banner implying Jews are not real people to stir up HATE, then apologizes


(NaturalNews) CNN is committing credibility suicide by the hour, now hurling desperate Hail Mary slurs against everyone in sight in a last-ditch effort to somehow remain relevant. (Hint: They're already too late. Intelligent viewers no longer turn to CNN for anything.)

In an apparent effort to accelerate the network's credibility suicide, today CNN ginned up a blatantly false headline accusation against Richard Spencer, a so-called "alt right" leader, falsely claiming Spencer "questioned if Jews are people." (See screen shot below.)

The usual presstitutes across the New York Times, Huffington Post and the Atlantic dutifully began spreading CNN's blatantly false claim, following orders to spread lies and disinformation to smear the alt right, even if the information they were spreading was blatantly false.

In reality, Richard Spencer wasn't talking about Jews at all. He was talking about idiotic political consultants on television, a group we can probably all agree might not qualify as conscious enough to be considered human. ("Zombie" might be more appropriate.) Here's what Spencer actually said, reported via The Daily Caller:

This was the year when random sh#tlords on Twitter, anonymous podcast hosts, and dissidents working deep within the Beltway Right proved that they objectively understood politics better than the Republican strategists and the political consultants snarking at us every night on MSNBC... It's not just that they are leftists and cucks. It's not just that many are genuinely stupid. Indeed one wonders if these people are people at all, or instead soulless golem animated by some dark power to repeat whatever talking point John Oliver stated the night before.

From this statement CNN extracted the phrase, "if these people are people at all" and then slapped "Jews" in front of it to create their outlandish claim that asserted Spencer was attacking Jews:

This is now what qualifies as "news" at CNN... completely made-up slurs and accusations fabricated out of thin air.

CNN lies repeatedly and deliberately... NOTHING the network states can be trusted

What this demonstrates is the kind of malicious, deliberate lying that the "dinosaur media" pulls off on an almost hourly basis. From the New York Times to MSNBC and CNN, they all routinely lie on purpose to smear their political opponents while utterly and completely ignoring the scandals, collusion and criminality of failed candidates like Hillary Clinton.

Hours after pushing their "Jews are not real people" hate attack on the world, CNN apologized for its behavior, as Breitbart.com reports:

CNN and host Jake Tapper have both apologized for an on-screen banner that Tapper said was "unacceptable" and "horrified" him when it appeared during his show on Monday.

The vacationing Tapper quickly responded to outraged viewer comments with several Twitter posts explaining that, despite his absence, he was "furious" and his "staff has heard from me."

CNN issued a statement calling that caption "poor judgment and we very much regret it and apologize."

Notably, CNN has still not admitted it helped Hillary Clinton cheat during the presidential debates while covering up news about the Wikileaks emails showing deep criminal collusion across the DNC and the Clinton campaign.

So even when CNN blatantly fabricates fake "hate news" and gets called on it, they just say "oops, we got caught" and continue on with business as usual the next day.

No wonder the network's credibility is collapsing. #BlackoutCNN and join our economic boycott of CNN sponsors like GEICO, WellsFargo and Dodge, all of whom are funding a journo-terrorism organization that pretends to broadcast accurate news.

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