CNN Cuts Trump

PUBLISHED: 1:39 PM 25 Aug 2020
UPDATED: 6:40 PM 25 Aug 2020

CNN Freaks Out, Cuts Away From Trump Speech Claiming “Outright Lies”

Incidentally, other than a scant mention of something that wasn’t an outright lie, CNN couldn’t point to one real example of their claims.

The fact is, the RNC was on fire last night, winning over democrats, and the leftists at CNN were terrified of allowing anyone to hear the truth. (Source: OANN YouTube Screenshot)

Last night, the Republican National Convention was going so splendidly, firing up the base and actually transferring “lifelong” democrats to support of President Trump, that CNN frantically had to ‘cut away’ from the president’s remarks and claim “outright lies.”

Of course, there was absolutely no real fact checking done to back up their claim of ‘lies.

Breitbart News reported:

Monday, the GOP formally nominated President Donald Trump for reelection. As Trump delivered remarks following his nomination, “CNN Newsroom” cut away from the speech and criticized him for his “misleading” statements and “outright lies.”

After cutting the interview, CNN anchor Anderson Cooper noted Trump went “negative” at the convention after promising to be “positive.” He added the president “falsely” attacked mail-in voting and “falsely” accused Democrats of wanting to shut down the country to hurt the economy and thus hurt him at the ballot box.

“After vowing to have a positive convention, the president goes negative in its first moments. He started off falsely attacking mail-in voting. He’s continuing attack mail-in voting and, as the postmaster general testifies that the attacks are ‘unhelpful.’ That’s his own postmaster general,” Cooper emphasized. “He also criticized the media for airing the postmaster’s hearing instead of his roll call. He falsely accused Democrats of wanting to shut down the country to hurt the economy and somehow help them at the ballot box. Unclear how angering the entire country by shutting down would help them in the ballot box. He attacked North Carolina’s governor for putting limits on crowds during a convention.”

CNN’s John King said Trump’s remarks underscore the “challenge” for those in the news business. He advised undecided voters to watch this week’s RNC to see that Trump is misleading the people and providing “outright lies.”

“This is a sad thing to say, but a lot of what you just heard from the President of the United States is wrong, misleading, and outright lies,” he stated. “Wrong, misleading and outright lies.”

See if you can pinpoint the “lies” in the remarks below: