I haven't believed a thing said on any network channel since I learned about this site and alex jones and other real information sites.
Originally posted by Sparta
Doesn't surprise me, they lost all credibility when their Syrian rebel who was filming from Syria was actually in their green room
Originally posted by PsykoOps
reply to post by Sparta
Source that? I haven't seen it. Sounds funny.
Originally posted by Mr Mask
Look...just repeat...its all real..its all real...its all real.
Years later, look back...and say "How the hell did I fall for THAT!?"
Like I said OP...many times. CNN is the KING of faking news events. Been doing it for many years.
Heres one of the BEST.
EASY TO SEE NOW...RIGHT?! lol...but the blind can't see.
lol@ "I used to trust CNN"...lol...I want that tattoo.
What you are seeing here is CNN being busted from a broadcast from ver a decade ago. Back then, before everything was digital, analogue singles remained open and the news controllers would flip a switch going feed to feed...this meant that both feeds still recorded and remained operational at all times, but only one reach "the air". Well, here you see a reporter in a live air-strike...well, actually, a liar being paid by a liar based news outlet, in a sound studio, mocking us and the war as they "pretend its real" for the viewing masses.
Eventually someone released both feeds...ask yourself how did people believe this. The answer is easy. "mental conditioning through flashing images and sound"...or better called "Mind control".
EDIIT TO ADD: A member just showed me what I thought was a sound stage in this clip is actually not. But I still stand by my views on it being faked news as in the reporter is acting concerned and in danger and under attack, but when the feed switches he is laughing and mocking the situation. BUT IT IS NOT A SOUND STAGE (thank you PsykoOps for showing me that).
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Originally posted by WaterBottle
reply to post by Mr Mask
Please just watch the video again without the pre- conceived notions that it is fake in front of a "blue screen". Confirmation bias is a real phenomenon.
ETA; I see you realize it isn't a set, but just going to leave this up here for anyone else still not convinced.
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