a reply to: JohnnyCanuck
It's sad that people will ignore facts, but unfortunately, they aren't going to watch this. I wish they would, and I'm glad you pointed this out
Johnny. Star for you.
Here's a description for those of you that will ignore the video:
That's footage from Hurricane Ike, so it's a decade old. And it's in Texas. He's standing off the side of a road (the cameraman is closer to the
road so is on a bank of land), which is why it's not as deep where the cameraman is. During the broadcast he makes note of the fact that the water is
receding and points out the road, which proves he isn't hiding anything. He's away from the road so there's enough room for emergency crews to move
through, which he points out at the beginning of this video.
In fact, in the meme Gargoyle91 posted, in the top right photo you can actually see the white line of the road behind the cameraman, as well as the
road sign the cameraman is leaning on.
I get it. People want to debase and defame things they don't agree with. And CNN doesn't have an impeccable record (neither does FOX, fyi). But in
this instance, you are wrong about them/him.
Deny ignorance. JohnnyCanuck here has found the truth, thus ending the ignorance around this topic.
Posts about this Anderson Cooper footage should probably go to the LOL forum now, right? Since it's been proven to be a lie to say that he's staging
this to make Hurricane Florence look worse than it is? I mean, 1. it isn't even Hurricane Florence 2. he says during this broadcast that it was worse
earlier that day and the water is receding, and 3. he points out why he's standing where he is.
Nothing about this accusation is accurate.
I'll repeat, Deny ignorance.
edit on 18-9-2018 by narrator because: spelling