ZING: CNN’s Anderson Cooper Gets SHOCK Surprise From PATRIOT During LIVE Broadcast [Video]

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Sean Brown AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS –

Americans are getting fed up with the biased coverage from networks like CNN and others that refuse to cover the President fairly.

Anderson Cooper was doing a live broadcast from Manhattan following the vicious terror attack that killed eight and wounded another 11 after an immigrant from Uzbekistan mowed down innocents using a rented truck from Home Depot. Cooper was joined by several guests to discuss the attack, and out of nowhere a fifth guest appeared in the frame to personally deliver a message to the gay host and his network – “CNN is fake news!”

Check it out:

From the Daily Caller:

Cooper was asking, “How likely is it that there could be a video, kind of a martyrdom video so-called, which is what we saw in, I think when the Charlie Hebdo attacks, if memory serves me, there were some, and some of the attacks in Europe that we’ve seen…”

A pedestrian walked into the camera feed and said, “CNN is fake news! CNN is fake news! Anderson Cooper is fake news!”

LOL!

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Two other users made an important observation:

Isn’t that the truth.

Anyway, CNN has definitely earned their reputation as fake news, especially after their coverage of the worst terror attack in New York City since the 9/11 attacks.

The network pretty much bent over backward to avoid telling their audience that the radical Islamist yelled “Allahu Akbar” after he exited his vehicle with two weapons.

Of course, they were ripped to shreds over this, too.

Indeed. CNN is working hard at retaining its fake news status, isn’t it?

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