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Allegedly CNN worked with the CBO to frame health care analysis report

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posted on Aug, 2 2017 @ 02:00 PM
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Someone claiming to be a former employee of CNN dropped some info on the inner workings. A specific claim is that CNN orchestrated the CBO healthcare analysis.

The person claims that he/she and 2 other employees left recently, but different days, because they were planning to go through this "destruction campaign" again in Sept.

Here is a couple paragraphs of the his/her statement on pol

I fully assess that these claims and reports were written with the express assistance of CNN and Time Warner. I was in charge of contributing in establishing these connections.

CNN began being involved in manipulating these statements starting back in March, they worked for two weeks (between the 4th and the 11th), to establish the initial connections between them and the Congressional Budget Office (along with the Joint Committee on Taxation). A team of 12 writers were involved, each of them were former contractors for justice.gov during the Obama Administration.


Below came from pastebin. Seems to show how they coordinate their work. More at the link below. It isn't long but revealing.


Every single Tuesday is a whitehouse.gov review, which we closely scrutinize every inch of whitehouse.gov and every word of every press release, employee statements, and even fabricated sources. We set up traps for those who are in the White House by assisting in a media campaign disguised as something they accept or enjoy (i.e. the NRA and other stupid Conservative media), we then ask various off-topic questions to bait them into answering, they are afraid of refusing to answer because that would (most of the time), make them look bad. These questions also include a "good cop/bad cop" routine where we ask a nice question, and then go "all-in" every other question to throw them off.


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Remember this is a conspiracy forum. Nothing can be proven or sourced to a known person. That said, there is just too much there to dismiss out of hand. Many of us agree they are fake but never would I have thought they colluded with the CBO to hijack repeal and replace. No concern at all for current ACA folks who have lost coverage.




posted on Aug, 2 2017 @ 02:04 PM
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a reply to: liveandlearn




but never would I have thought they colluded with the CBO to hijack repeal and replace.

I would have and do.



posted on Aug, 2 2017 @ 02:09 PM
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The CBO is still heavily infested with left-over deep cover operatives.




posted on Aug, 2 2017 @ 02:59 PM
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a reply to: [post=22518187]xuenchen[/

Actually it is not infested with left over "deep cover operatives." Economist Keith Hall who is the head is a Republican. They are a bipartisan group of tax experts. Not some band of merry men who wear tights and scream liberalism. Even though that would be funny if they were.



posted on Aug, 2 2017 @ 03:24 PM
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a reply to: Stevenjames15

I just the person put up another pastebin doc (email) from someone at CBO named bradley to CNN where CBO was appreciating their work on Medicaid expansion. He names people
I'll not post the email but his comments are below


As you can clearly see, we also assisted in the orchestration of Twitter's Anti-Trump Veterans Page, @votevets, being blocked by @realDonaldTrump.
I can also definitely say that the CBO works with Twitter's Headquarters staff (even though they'd be the least likely committee to do this), and have clear-express access to Twitter. I don't have any emails to prove this, though.


He has given too much info. He may not be around long.



posted on Aug, 3 2017 @ 08:21 AM
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a reply to: liveandlearn

I don't think anyone would be surprised by this. Every notice how they conveniently left the 100 billion dollar figure outnofnall of their reporting?



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