Fake News Explained So Clearly That Even Don Lemon Could Understand It

Published on July 12, 2017

CNN and their media accomplices HATE all this talk about ‘fake news’.

They claim it’s anti-journalism.

(Considering their ‘commitment to journalistic ethics‘ that is ‘adorable’.)

CNN has a curious pattern of ‘tech issues’ when the topic of ‘fake news’ comes up on air.

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Don Lemon has even been known to end interviews completely for even mentioning it.

But if CNN and the Media (D) have any intention of saving their credibility — and credibility IS their product — they must first come face-to-face with the problem.

This is a top-notch breakdown of what we mean by ‘fake news’ and why we mean it.

Will the networks ever beat their addiction to Fake News? That depends whether they can admit their problem.

They really SHOULD read this book. It could help with that.

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