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Type • commercial
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Headquarters CNN Center, Atlanta, Georgia

CNN is a US television channel. Donald Trump called it a purveyor of "fake news" before he was elected.[1] Observing its banning in Venezuela for persistent "fake news", 21st Century Wire termed it "Deep State TV network and master of fake news".[2]

September 11th, 2001

Full article: Rated 4/5 9-11

Anticipating the collapse of WTC7, CNN announced at 4:10pm on September 11th, 2001 that another building in the WTC complex "has collapsed or is collapsing".[3] Later that evening they reported that a van of explosives had been stopped on the New Jersey Turnpike,[4] a report which was quickly amended by Bernard Kerik.


Full article: 9-11/Pentagon

CNN Published a short report about a large jet white which flew over the White House on September 11th, 2001, believed to have been an E4B. Another report issued in 2007 was removed from the internet and then later replaced.[5] The video is stil available on Youtube.[6]

Jamie Mcintyre stated “From my close-up inspection, there is no evidence of a plane having crashed anywhere near the Pentagon... The only pieces left that you can see are small enough that you could pick up in your hand. There are no large tail sections, wing sections, a fuselage, nothing like that anywhere around which would indicate that the entire plane crashed into the side of the Pentagon and then caused the side to collapse. Even though if you look at the pictures of the Pentagon you see that the floors have all collapsed, that didn’t happen immediately, it wasn’t until almost about forty-five minutes later that the structure was weakened enough that all of the floors collapsed.”[7]


In 2014 Donald Sterling's former mistress V Stiviano was in New York to appear in an hour-long interview scheduled with Anderson Cooper. This was pulled without explanation.[8]

War Profiteers

Global Research reports on an investigation by the Public Accountability Initiative into the TV appearances of a set of war pundits with known toes to weapons manufacturers which found that out of "37 appearances of the pundits named, CNN attempted to disclose that individual’s ties a mere seven times."[9]


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