Why People Don’t Trust CNN: A Compiliation of Fake News Pushed by CNN

Why People Don’t Trust CNN: A Compiliation of Fake News Pushed by CNN

CNN has earned the reputation of pushing fake news. After a string of bias reports and false narratives, it comes to no surprise that CNN is seeing its overall ratings decline. A list of deceitful and unethical reports by CNN have been compiled to show how they have managed to go from a slightly liberal news choice to a far-left propaganda arm.  However, the list is so vast, they have been condensed to only a small amount. -CNN pretends that a studio is on location in The Gulf War. A leaked video shows a CNN reporter in front of a green screen. -In one interview, CNN said, “Jared Kushner may be one of the people who has to die.” -CNN lied about “hands up don’t shoot” narrative. After the shooting of Michael Brown, CNN claimed Brown had his hands up when he was shot. CNN’s description read, “Authorities said Brown had attacked the officer in his car and tried to take his gun. Others said the teenager was surrendering, his hands in the air to show he was unarmed when the officer opened fire.” When describing the alternate side of the matter, they cite “authorities” and refuse to include evidence and eye witnesses who debunked the “hands up don’t shoot” narrative.  And CNN never recanted, despite a report by the DOJ that debunked their story. -CNN claimed that the Manchester bombing could be a right-wing false flag operation. Terrorism analyst Paul Cruickshank, told Anderson Cooper, “in recent months in Europe, there have been a number of false flag plots where right-wing extremists have tried frame Islamists for terrorism.” -CNN...
UBER CEO RESIGNS Company’s founder Travis Kalanick steps down

UBER CEO RESIGNS Company’s founder Travis Kalanick steps down

by Fox News FILE: Uber CEO Travis Kalanick gestures as he addresses a gathering during a conference of start-up businesses in New Delhi,  (Reuters) Uber founder Travis Kalanick resigned Wednesday as CEO after pressure from investors. The company’s board confirmed the move, saying in a statement that Kalanick is taking time to heal from the death of his mother in a boating accident “while giving the company room to full embrace this new chapter in Uber’s history.” He will remain on the Uber Technologies Inc. board. Five of the company’s key investors on Tuesday demanded that he resigned, according to The New York Times, which first reported Kalanick’s decision to step down. The demand came in a letter titled “Moving Uber Forward.” “I love Uber more than anything in the world and at this difficult moment in my personal life I have accepted the investors request to step aside so that Uber can go back to building rather than be distracted with another fight,” Kalanick reportedly said in a statement to the Times. The resignation came after a series of costly missteps under Kalanick. Uber on Tuesday embarked on a 180-day program to change its image by allowing riders to give drivers tips through the Uber app, something the company had resisted under Kalanick. The San Francisco-based company is trying to reverse damage done to its reputation by revelations of sexual harassment in its offices, allegations of trade secrets theft and an investigation into efforts to mislead government regulators. Related: keystone-state-boom-first-coal-mine-under-trump-praised-as-lifeline Uber’s board said in a statement that Kalanick had “always put Uber first.” Related: john-flannery-named-chairman-and-ceo-of-ge Under Kalanick, Uber has...
Tropical Storm Cindy may bring ‘life-threatening’ flooding across Gulf Coast – North Carolina rip currents leave four people dead

Tropical Storm Cindy may bring ‘life-threatening’ flooding across Gulf Coast – North Carolina rip currents leave four people dead

by Fox News By Travis Fedschun This satellite image taken Tuesday, June 20, 2017, and released by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration shows Tropical Storm Cindy over the Gulf of Mexico approaching the Gulf Coast.  (NOAA via AP) Tropical Storm Cindy formed Tuesday in the Gulf of Mexico, and may bring “life-threatening flash flooding” across the central Gulf Coast, according to forecasters. The National Weather Service said the storm is centered about 250 miles south of Morgan City, Louisiana and has top sustained winds of 45 mph. The storm is presently stationary in the Gulf, and has tropical-storm-force winds extending outward up to 205 miles from the center, according to the NWS. Cindy, the third tropical storm of 2017, is expected to reach the Louisiana coast sometime late Wednesday and then move inland over western Louisiana and eastern Texas on Thursday. Tropical Storm Warnings associated with #Cindy now extend from the Mouth of the Pearl River to San Luis Pass, Texas. https://t.co/tW4KeGdBFb pic.twitter.com/sfQHbGHeso — NHC Atlantic Ops (@NHC_Atlantic) June 20, 2017 The storm is expected to bring 6 to 9 inches of rain in areas, and up to 12 inches in some spots across Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and the Florida Panhandle through Thursday. The weather service said the rain “could cause life-threatening flash flooding in these areas” in its latest advisory. Related: tornado-damages-homes-downs-power-lines-in-oklahoma-town–fox-news-weather-center- A tropical storm warning is now in effect from High Island on the upper Texas coast all the way to the mouth of the Pearl River at the state line of Louisiana and Mississippi. A tropical storm watch is in effect elsewhere on the Texas coast, from west of...
GOP ROCKS GEORGIA: Handel beats Ossoff despite Dems’ big-bucks effort

GOP ROCKS GEORGIA: Handel beats Ossoff despite Dems’ big-bucks effort

by Fox News Republican Karen Handel on Tuesday night defeated rival Jon Ossoff in Georgia’s record-spending, special-election congressional race, keeping yet another House seat in GOP hands and denying Democrats a chance to deliver a rebuke to President Trump. With all precincts reporting, Handel, a former Georgia secretary of state, led Ossoff 52 percent to 48 percent — a margin of nearly 11,000 votes out of more than 250,000 ballots cast. Congratulations to Karen Handel on her big win in Georgia 6th. Fantastic job, we are all very proud of you! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 21, 2017 The race smashed fundraising records for a House contest — with both campaigns and outside groups combining to spend a record $50 million. Ossoff’s defeat was another setback for Democrats hoping to capitalize on Trump’s low approval ratings to win a long-standing Republican seat. It was the party’s fourth straight defeat this year in attempts to win a Republican seat and take the momentum into the 2018 midterms. They now must win 24 GOP House seats to retake control of the chamber next year. Related: liberals-and-wall-street-a-statist-love-story Laughing my #Ossoff — Kellyanne Conway (@KellyannePolls) June 21, 2017 “This race was going to require all hands on deck, and that’s what we had,” Handel said at her victory party. “Tonight’s victory is for you. It’s for every citizen in the 6th (Congressional) District.” To be sure, the contest was close since Handel and Ossoff were the top finishers in April’s first balloting, which sent them to Tuesday’s runoff. Related Image Expand / Collapse Republican candidate for 6th congressional district Karen Handel speaks...
Travel Ban Challengers Urge U.S. Top Court to Reject Trump Appeal

Travel Ban Challengers Urge U.S. Top Court to Reject Trump Appeal

by Reuters Travel ban challengers urge U.S. top court to reject Trump appeal U.S. President Donald Trump concludes remarks to reporters during his meeting with Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko in the Oval Office at the White House in Washington, U.S. June 20, 2017. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst   By Lawrence Hurley   Opponents of President Donald Trump’s ban on travelers from six Muslim-majority countries again urged the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday to reject his bid to revive it, saying his administration undermined its own arguments by amending the order last week. In court papers filed with the justices, lawyers for the state of Hawaii and individual plaintiffs in Maryland made note of a June 14 memo by the administration amending the executive order to let the government conduct an internal review of vetting procedures for people entering the country. Related: st-louis-judge-halts-removal-of-confederate-monument The order signed by Trump on March 6 called for a 90-day ban on travelers from Libya, Iran, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen and a 120-day ban on all refugees entering the United States to give the government time to implement stronger vetting procedures. Related: otto-warmbier-dead-american-student-who-was-released-from-north-korea-has-died-his-family-says “This memorandum conclusively severs the already tenuous relationship between the bans and their ostensible rationale by making it clear that the order’s travel and refugee restrictions may begin after the vetting reviews are complete,” Hawaii’s lawyer, Neal Katyal, wrote. The administration has appealed lower court rulings blocking the travel ban to the Supreme Court and made an emergency request that the justices put the order into effect immediately while the legal battle over its legality continues. A decision by the justices on whether to take...
St. Louis Judge Halts Removal of Confederate Monument

St. Louis Judge Halts Removal of Confederate Monument

by Fox News St. Louis Confederate monument’s removal halted by judge   A St. Louis Circuit Court judge has temporarily stopped the city from taking down a Confederate monument.  (Fox 2 Now) A St. Louis Circuit Court judge has temporarily stopped the city from removing a controversial Confederate monument from Forest Park. Last week, the Missouri Civil War Museum contested monument ownership and filed suit on Friday. A museum spokesperson said the United Daughters of the Confederacy, who helped pay for installation of the monument more than a century ago, signed the memorial over to the museum’s care. The museum wants to move the memorial to an undisclosed location. Related: travel-ban-challengers-urge-us-top-court-to-reject-trump-appeal Judge Robert Dierker ruled Monday that far too many questions remain regarding legal ownership of the monument. The city had planned to place the Confederate Memorial in storage after its removal until further notice. City attorneys claim the monument its city property and the museum’s lawsuit is just a publicity...