CNN is the premier provider of fake news.
Their latest coverage of the Roy Moore scandal is no different.
But Moore’s supporters aren’t making life easy for them, and what one supporter just did is leaving CNN executives furious.
During a recent CNN broadcast in Alabama, a Roy Moore supporter found his way into the shot, and made his opinion known.
He began screaming “fake news!” at the reporter, and before being cut off was able to yell that CNN is “conspiring against Roy Moore.”
As reported by Mediate:
Someone in Alabama crashed a live report on CNN to shout “fake news!” at the reporter covering the latest fallout from the Roy Moore scandal.
CNN’s Nick Valencia reported live from Gadsden, Alabama this afternoon and noted the significant editorial board endorsement of Doug Jones over Moore.
And as he read the editorial, someone came up and shouted, “Fake News! Fake News!”
The person shouting also said something about people “conspiring against Roy Moore.”
The media lynch-mob against Roy Moore over unproven claims has been disgusting.
Many of their claims have been debunked, and other claims have had heavy doubt cast over them.
As we’ve reported here in the past, the latest Roy Moore accuser was proven to be a criminal who stole from her own family.
Instead of reporting that information to show that his accuser had a history of stealing from her own family, they reported her claim at face value.
Other holes in his accuser’s stories have been ignored by the mainstream media.
For instance, Beverly Nelson, who claimed that Moore tried to rape her, had multiple falsehoods in her story, like her claim that she never talked to Moore after he tried to rape her.
That was proven false after it was shown that Moore was the judge assigned to her divorce case over 20 years after the alleged incident.
Thankfully, there are many people in Alabama, and across the country, not buying into the mainstream media slander of Moore.
As the Washington Post reported, Alabama Republicans seem to be standing by Moore, many doing so to defy the media:
“Alabamians will be the ultimate jury in this election, not the media or those from afar,” said state party chairwoman Terry Lathan.
Gov. Kay Ivey (R) said Friday she would vote for Moore despite being bothered by the accusations against him, because, “I believe in the Republican Party, what we stand for, and most important, we need to have a Republican in the United States Senate to vote on things like the Supreme Court justices.”
Similar sentiments are coming from local-level Republicans such as Steve Morgan, the vice chairman of the Bibb County GOP in rural central Alabama, who says he doesn’t know what to make of the allegations against Moore but is frustrated by the involvement of those who live outside of Alabama — starting with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) and other national leaders who have abandoned Moore.
“The people in Alabama don’t like to be told what to do,” said Morgan, 69, who did not support Moore in the GOP primary.
“I never liked Roy Moore,” he continued. “But guess what? I’m voting for Roy Moore, because I hate the stupidity that has invaded the Republican Party.”
The man who interrupted CNN is clear proof that Alabama Republicans are still standing with Moore.
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