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A CNN Anderson Cooper segment which was set to demonize critics of big government and Obama-Care as violent extremists backfired after radio host Alex Jones pointed out that corporate media outlets like CNN were responsible for killing over a million Iraqis as a consequence of their repeated lies about weapons of mass destruction. Jones was invited for an interview on Friday to appear later that evening on Anderson Cooper 360, but the segment never aired, presumably because CNN program chiefs were so embarrassed at Jones' proficiency in exposing how corporate news networks owned by the military-industrial complex were a far deadlier threat than any of the menagerie of domestic "extremists" CNN has sought to demonize in recent weeks.
He also dares to mention Anderson Cooper’s dirty little secret - the fact that he trained to be a CIA agent before pursuing a career in network news.
Alex Jones during interview
"I don't advocate shock and awe like CNN did, OK? I don't have the blood of a million dead people on my hands," added Jones, "I didn't kill a million Iraqis like those of you at CNN that pushed the lies - I'm not a murderer."
CNN's obsession with over inflating the threat posed by "angry Americans," a passion shared by every other alphabet news agency, serves not only to marginalize legitimate political dissent, but it also exposes a rampaging hypocrisy at the heart of the establishment media which, while characterizing grassroots Americans as violent thugs, has acted as the primary cheerleader for every mass act of violence for at least the last 50 years.