CNN started using the term “fake news” as an attack on the conservative media, but the use of the fake news term has since made a U-Turn and is squarely aimed at CNN and other corrupt & untrustworthy libtard networks who traffic almost exclusively in fake news stories and reports.
Most conservatives have noticed that Democrats are usually guilty as hell of doing the worst things that Democrats accuse Republicans of doing, and the term “Fake News” was just another example of that libtard tactic, which is very easily proven.
How many times in just the last year has CNN been busted for doing all kinds of corrupt things to create “fake news”? Editing videos to attack President Trump, producing fake news stories, (Remember the interview with their own camera man disguised as an angry protester?) Selective edits of panel discussions to support CNN’s anti-Trump stories, or how about CNN supplying Hillary Clinton with Presidential debate questions beforehand? And that is just the tip of the fake news iceberg currently sinking CNN at a shocking pace.
If you watch 5 segments on CNN, most likely 4 of the segments will be some sort of fake news – mostly against President Trump and conservatives, and in favor of the most deviant criminal groups in America.
VERY FAKE NEWS – CNN SUCKS!!!
Since Election Day 2016 — even before — CNN has moaned about Trump’s non-stop bashing of the liberal network, saying that he’s running roughshod over the First Amendment. (As a refresher, here’s the text of the First Amendment: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”).
But, wouldn’t you know it, CNN now wants to forget all that stuff about “freedom of speech” (see, that only applies to liberals — anyone else needs to be shut down ASAP).
“Ban the term ‘fake news’,” says the headline of a Sunday post on CNN.com. The story was so weighty it took two people to write it: Hossein Derakhshan, a writer and researcher “on the socio-political impacts of new media technologies,” CNN says, and Claire Wardle, a research fellow at the Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy.
When we use the term “fake news” it is not only self-defeating, it oversimplifies a very complex problem.
A year ago, this wasn’t the case. The term actually meant something. It described a particular type of website that used the same design templates as professional news websites but its contents were entirely fabricated.
But earlier this year, the term started to become meaningless. It became used to describe any piece of information that someone else didn’t like. Increasingly the term has become weaponized by politicians who use it to undermine independent journalism in an effort to reach the public directly through their own channels.
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