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Don Lemon said two words that are bad news for CNN

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CNN’s terrible week continues.

On the heels of being exposed as fake news for pumping up the Russia Collusion story, the liberal network finds itself in the middle of another scandal.

And that’s because host Don Lemon said the two words that are bad news for CNN.

CNN hosting town hall events for every Democrat presidential contender is doing nothing to dispel the notion that the CNN is not a news network, but instead is the public relations department for the Democrat Party.

The events have been celebrations of the candidates instead of legitimate question and answer sessions.

CNN hosted one such event for New Jersey Senator Corey Booker.

Booker’s been struggling to raise money and gain traction in the field, so CNN provided him a prime-time platform to allow him to create a “viral” moment that could boost his fundraising and allow him to break through in the race.

Lemon began the event with a softball question designed to humanize Booker by asking him “what’s it like to be a vegan?”


If that wasn’t bad enough, Lemon confirmed he and CNN were in the tank for Booker by being caught on a hot mic telling the New Jersey Senator “good job” on one of his answers as they went to commercial.


There is zero chance Lemon — or any fake news CNN host — would compliment a Republican or ask them such ridiculously soft questions.

Lemon’s performance comes on the heels of fake news CNN — as well as left-wing MSNBC — seeing their audiences plunge in the wake of being revealed as liars and frauds concerning the Mueller report.

These liberal networks are trying to win back their “#Resistance” viewers by pivoting to the 2020 race.

And Lemon’s questioning of Booker sent a strong message to those anti-Trump viewers who may have abandoned CNN that the network will provide “home team” coverage of the 2020 presidential race.

We will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this story.

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5 Comments

5 Comments

  1. david

    March 29, 2019 at 10:10 pm

    Don ‘LEMON’ how do these liberals names match their ineptitude; uncanny.

  2. EttaMae

    March 30, 2019 at 4:39 am

    Thank you David…I agree 100% with what you said.

  3. Don

    April 1, 2019 at 7:55 pm

    Shucks……I was hoping to see the two words that hurt CNN was his name…Don Lemon. He’s one of the biggest jokes in the media.

  4. Don X

    April 7, 2019 at 6:00 pm

    Does ANYBODY actually watch CNN any more? Maybe only for laughs?

  5. Mary Fields

    April 14, 2019 at 5:47 am

    Lemon is a lemon!!!!!!!

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CNN’s Jake Tapper flat-out refused to correct AOC when she was caught in this outrageous lie

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Members of Congress used to be known for only lying to their constituents back home.

And the media was once known as “the arbiter of truth” and an institution of trust and respect.

But that has all changed and now CNN’s Jake Tapper flat-out refused to correct AOC when she was caught in this outrageous lie.

CNN’s Jake Tapper has gone from being considered by some as a respected, impartial journalist to just another left-wing hack who can lie and promote the Left’s with the best of them.

Tapper recently admitted that he allowed Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) to blatantly lie about President Trump during a recent interview.

AOC said during the interview, “The beds and the capacity that we need in this country. And we’re hearing it every step of the way from this administration. First, we were hearing that it’s a hoax, then we were hearing that everything was fine.”

This all stemmed from earlier false press reports claiming the President called coronavirus a hoax. The claims were quickly disproven and even corrected by most news outlets.

But clearly not by CNN.

Tapper later even admitted he knew it was a lie from AOC, but chose not to say anything.

“I thought about it, because the president did not call the virus a hoax.” Tapper said.

Tapper went further in trying to deflect from the Congresswoman’s lie by simply accusing the president of being a liar.

“I guess that’s the problem with a politician who lies so often. While I agree that Democrats are mischaracterizing what he said, what he did say was also false so it’s tough to justify taking the time for a fact check when it’s not taking a stand defining the truth,” Jake added.

So, in other words, because Tapper doesn’t like the president and personally believes Donald Trump lies often, he decided not to correct a blatant lie on his show.

This disregard for the truth is so widespread by the media now, Tapper’s decision didn’t receive much coverage.

There was a time not so long ago when ploys like this would have cost a reporter his job.

But we have moved far past that time in history.

The Trump era may go down in history as the time that journalism died its last death.

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The New York Times is using the current crisis to attack Christians for this outrageous reason

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Most Americans are coming together to battle both the Chinese coronavirus and the economic fallout from forced business closings.

But the media has decided this crisis is a great time to attack the very country that first protected their freedom of the press.

And now The New York Times is using the current crisis to attack Christians for this outrageous reason.

The liberal mainstream media has been out of control for decades.

They have gone from reporting the news and providing vital information to being nothing more than a public relations company for the far Left.

Now the liberal mainstream media’s blatant disregard for truth, accuracy, and basic decency has reached new lows in the last four or five years.

It’s no wonder journalists have become among the least trusted segments of American society, joining lawyers, politicians, and infomercial spokesmen.

From CBS using fake video footage to promote an anti-Trump story on the coronavirus, to the Washington Post gleefully predicting Trump supporters would suffer the highest number of deaths from the virus, the media has reached new lows.

Now The New York Times has taken it even lower with a shocking claim that Christians are to blame for the Chinese coronavirus.

Last week, The Times published an op-ed placing the blame on the so-called “religious right” for President Trump’s supposedly delayed response to the Chinese coronavirus pandemic.

In the editorial, self-described “journalist” and author Katherine Stewart attempted to argue that the President’s “anti-science” evangelical voter base is influencing him too heavily, causing him to ignore scientists on issues like vaccines and, of course, climate change.

The op-ed was originally released with the title “The Road to Coronavirus Hell Was Paved by Evangelicals” but after massive backlash the liberal rag toned down the title to “The Religious Right’s Hostility to Science Is Crippling Our Coronavirus Response.”

Of course, both titles are vile and show the author’s (and the newspaper’s) violent bias against Christians.

Not to mention the author completely ignoring the fact that it is the Left’s anti-science views on life that have caused the slaughter of millions of children over the past few decades.

And it is the liberal anti-science views on gender that have led to the destruction of women’s sports and left thousands of scared, confused children facing mutilating surgeries.

What is most interesting about Stewart’s anti-Christian hit piece is that she focuses most of her vitriol on Christians who oppose the “Green New Deal” and other socialist attempts to take control by promoting fears of climate change.

Once again, the author ignores the fact that the same people claiming the earth will end in ten years have made those claims before.

In fact, some of these “scientists” have been predicting the end of the world since the 1970s.

And, the author conveniently leaves out the fact that as Donald Trump was first warning of the Chinese coronavirus in January, many “scientists” were claiming it couldn’t even be spread by human contact.

And when Trump placed a ban on travel from China to try and stop the spread, it was “scientists” who called him a racist and claimed a travel ban wasn’t needed.

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The New York Times admitted one coronavirus error that had Trump grinning from ear to ear

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During the coronavirus outbreak the Fake News Media is not trying to inform the American people.

Instead, so-called “reporters” are seizing on the pandemic to launch another front in their war to destroy Donald Trump.

But now The New York Times admitted one coronavirus error that had Trump grinning from ear to ear.

During a March White House press briefing the President expressed his hope that the anti-malarial drug hydroxychloroquine would prove to be a game-changer as it showed promise in limited use in treating coronavirus patients.

While the evidence was anecdotal and more tests were clearly required, the President was offering the American people a ray of hope as the outbreak spread.

The New York Times – instead of reporting facts – attacked the President for falsely touting “unproven drugs.”

“At a long-winded White House briefing on Friday, President Trump enthusiastically and repeatedly promoted the promise of two long-used malaria drugs that are still unproven against the coronavirus, but being tested in clinical trials,” The Times wrote on March 20.

By April 1, The Times was singing a different tune reporting that “The malaria drug hydroxychloroquine helped to speed the recovery of a small number of patients who were mildly ill from the coronavirus, doctors in China reported this week.”

The Times also noted that the drug helped those with mild cases avoid a severe infection that could result in an ICU stay or having to go on a ventilator.

“Cough, fever and pneumonia went away faster, and the disease seemed less likely to turn severe in people who received hydroxychloroquine than in a comparison group not given the drug. The authors of the report said that the medication was promising, but that more research was needed to clarify how it might work in treating coronavirus disease and to determine the best way to use it,” The Times added.

While the study was limited there are extensive tests going on in New York with drugs and many Americans are hoping that there is more good news to be found.

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