CNN or Cernovich, who can you trust more?
Although my record isn’t perfect, I’m happy to compare my track record with CNN’s. Let’s look at some major stories that they blew.
- Jake Tapper reported that fired FBI director James Comey would testify that he never told Trump he was under investigation. After Comey testified, Tapper’s article was updated to include this disclaimer, “The article and headline have been corrected to reflect that Comey does not directly dispute that Trump was told multiple times he was not under investigation in his prepared testimony released after this story was published.
- Jim Acosta claimed Trump did not visit Steve Scalise after the tragic mass shooting committed by a far left wing terrorist.
- CNN had to retract a story about Anthony Scaramucci being under investigation after it was revealed to be fake news.
- CNN White House Reporter Jeremy Diamond claimed Trump was first President since George H.W. Bush to not take questions at a press conference held in China. Jake Tapper himself RT’ed Diamond. This claim was false.
- CNN claimed that Trump committed a faux pas during a fish feeding ceremony held in Japan.
- White House reporter Manu Raju claimed Donald Trump Jr. had advanced knowledge of the Wikileaks release of the Podesta emails. This story was confirmed by two sources, and it was fake news. To this day, Raju refuses to burn the sources who fed him a fake story.
Those stories are only a sampling of the many errors made by CNN, and those errors are from CNN’s biggest names. Jake Tapper is the gold standard of objective journalism and he blew his only real story of the year. Acosta is CNN’s White House correspondent. Raju is CNN’s top man covering Congress.
They fabricate sources and stories and can’t get basic facts correct.
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