Saturday, September 25, 2021

CNN Silent on Claims it Hired ‘Al-Qaeda Correspondent’

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by Paul Joseph Watson, Infowars:
CNN is refusing to respond to claims that it hired a correspondent who worked and sympathized with Al-Qaeda jihadists in Syria.

Left-wing website Alternet documents how, “Star CNN correspondent Clarissa Ward worked with al-Qaeda “media man” Bilal Abdul Kareem to gain access to her “heroes on the ground.”

While doing coverage for CNN’s Undercover in Syria show, Ward visited the Al-Nusra held areas of eastern Aleppo and Idlib and conformed with the local sharia dress code by wearing a full black niqab.

CNN’s Primetime Shows Get Fewer Viewers Than Decade-Old Re-Runs of Yogi Bear

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by Paul Joseph Watson, Infowars:
After a series of embarrassments and scandals, CNN is in full blown crisis mode, with the network now attracting fewer viewers for its primetime shows than multi-decade old re-runs of Yogi Bear.

Aside from its ongoing feud with President Trump, CNN was rocked by multiple video releases by James O’Keefe last week, including one featuring a producer who called Americans “stupid as shit” and other showing Van Jones admitting that the Trump-Russia collusion story was “just a big nothing burger”.

But things got even worse this week when the network was on the receiving end of a huge backlash as a result of its intimidation campaign against the individual allegedly responsible for creating the Trump-wrestling meme.

CNN’s Ratings Collapse As Primetime Shows Draw Less Viewers Than Re-Runs Of “Yogi Bear”

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from ZeroHedge:
A series of fake news articles (see here, here and here), black mail of anonymous Reddit users who had the audacity to poke fun at them and a couple of undercover videos from Project Veritas revealing CNN producers admitting their own news is “mostly bullshit,” seems to be taking a toll on CNN’s ratings.

As The Federalist notes in the table below, for the week of June 26th – July 2nd, CNN’s primetime shows (Anderson Cooper and Don Lemon) managed to draw about 6{5f621241b214ad2ec6cd4f506191303eb2f57539ef282de243c880c2b328a528} fewer viewers than multi-decade old re-runs of “Yogi Bear,” “Full House,” and “Friends” which air in the same time slots on Nick-At-Nite.

ARROGANT CHRIS CUOMO CONFRONTED ABOUT CNN THREATS TO TRUMP MEME MAKER

from InfoWars:
New Day host doubles down

CNN host Chris Cuomo was confronted today over why he deleted a tweet that asked whether the identity of the individual who created the infamous Trump wrestling meme should have been revealed.

The New Day host was caught up in the ‘CNN blackmail’ controversy when he tweeted, “Should CNN reveal name of Reddit user who made trump wrestling video? Had a lot of bigoted and hateful material on page and website.”

Cuomo was asked by the Rebel’s Laura Loomer why he “deleted a tweet that encouraged the extortion of a Reddit user who posted a meme about CNN?”

CNN President Jeff Zucker: “Trump Is Trying To Bully Us”

from ZeroHedge:
CNN President Jeff Zucker, rather than apologize for publishing fake news story after fake news story all in an effort, by his own admission mind you, to drive ratings for for his network, has decided to take a play from the ‘disaffected liberal” playbook and pretend to be the victim in his rather public scuffle with President Trump. In a new interview with the New York Times published yesterday, Zucker never once apologized for his network’s credibility-crushing mistakes over the past several weeks but instead said that Trump “is trying to bully us.”

“He’s trying to bully us, and we’re not going to let him intimidate us. You can’t lose your confidence and let that change the way you conduct yourselves.”

“My job is to remind everyone that they need to stay focused doing their job,”

CNN’s Ratings Collapse As Primetime Shows Draw Less Viewers Than Re-Runs Of “Yogi Bear”

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from Zero Hedge:

A series of fake news articles (see here, here and here), black mail of anonymous Reddit userswho had the audacity to poke fun at them and a couple of undercover videos from Project Veritas revealing CNN producers admitting their own news is “mostly bullshit,” seems to be taking a toll on CNN’s ratings.

As The Federalist notes in the table below, for the week of June 26th – July 2nd, CNN’s primetime shows (Anderson Cooper and Don Lemon) managed to draw about 6{5f621241b214ad2ec6cd4f506191303eb2f57539ef282de243c880c2b328a528} fewer viewers than multi-decade old re-runs of “Yogi Bear,” “Full House,” and “Friends” which air in the same time slots on Nick-At-Nite.

Trump Comments on CNN Blackmail: “They Have Some Very Serious Problems”

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by Paul Joseph Watson, Infowars:
President Donald Trump commented on CNN threatening to reveal the identity of the originator of the infamous Trump WWE meme, remarking that the news network has “some very serious problems”.

CNN was hit by a huge backlash yesterday after it proudly announced it had discovered the identity of an Internet user known as ‘HanAssholeSolo’ and reserved the right to publicly reveal his identity should he continue to produce anti-CNN content.

This prompted a wave of condemnation across the political spectrum, with prominent people asking why CNN had turned its vast resources against a private individual to bully him into silence under threat of his identity being revealed.

During his appearance in Warsaw with the President of Poland this morning, Trump addressed the story after he was asked about it by a journalist.

CNN Rocked by Huge Backlash After it Blackmails Creator of Trump/CNN Meme

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by Paul Joseph Watson, Infowars:
CNN is reeling from a huge backlash after the news organization was accused of blackmailing the creator of the infamous Trump-CNN wrestling meme by threatening to reveal his identity.

The mainstream media thought it had scored a victory when it was discovered that the original creator of the meme had previously posted racist content. However, the individual, know by his handle ‘HanAssholeSolo’, has if anything been turned into a martyr.

The controversy erupted when CNN’s Andrew Kaczynski bragged that CNN had refrained from publishing HanAssholeSolo’s real name because he had “issued an extensive statement of apology,” showed remorse and promised not to make fun of CNN again.