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CNN falls into deep ethical crisis

After all, President Trump was right about "fake news"

Hidden camera reveal CNN's "fake news" Atlanta, June 28 (─ An independent non-for-profit organization based in New York, devoted to «investigate and expose corruption, dishonesty, self-dealing, waste, fraud, and other misconduct in both public and private institutions in order to achieve a more ethical and transparent society» provoked a real media tsunami when exposed in a revealing video the procedure followed in the investigation of "fake news" in the media and the explosive results of its inquiries.

CNN's high echelon was manipulating news according to the revealing words of one of its members, John Bonifield, Supervising Producer, who confessed before a hidden camera about the alleged investigation on Russian meddling in US elections twisted to gain ratings, misrepresenting the news knowingly, without any credible evidence behind the allegations of its reporters and anchors.

In the wake of these events, CNN and other media reporters checkmated themselves after asking Sarah Huckabee about President Donald Trump’s allegations of claiming they’re fake news. Without a moment of pause Sarah delivered so much salty truth, while citing James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas videos that proves CNN's fake news. One reporter was so inflamed he shouted at Sarah wanting an apology for “inflaming” media critics… but failed. (see video next)

Trying to cover their backs, three CNN employees resigned last Monday after the news station was forced to retract stories on Russian ties with President Trump.

The New York Times reported that "CNN’s president, Jeffrey A. Zucker, has invested enormous resources into political and investigative coverage of the Trump White House, and he was deeply upset by last week’s reporting errors, according to two people briefed on the network’s discussions over the weekend who spoke on the condition of anonymity." Therefore, Thomas Frank, a veteran CNN reporter; Lex Haris, executive editor of investigations; and Eric Lichtblau, an investigative editor and reporter previously working for The New York Times, submitted their resignations last Monday.

The swift investigation and departure of the three journalists is interpreted as a sign that CNN wants to protect itself against allegations of “fake news” from Trump and his supporters. CNN’s website reported that an internal review by the company’s management found that some “standard editorial processes were not followed"