Okay, what the heck is going on?!?
For the second time this week, CNN has actually used some common sense and isn’t acting like a puppet for the Democrats!
If you read yesterday’s article you know that CNN condemned Nancy Pelosi for holding a signing ceremony and handing out souvenir pens. Now, CNN’s Jake Tapper, of all people, actually warned liberals not to trust the words of criminal Lev Parnas! Parnas, as many already know, is claiming that President Trump and Rudy Giuliani directed him to force Ukraine to give up dirt on the Biden family.
According to Breitbart, “We can’t ignore Parnas has a serious credibility problem,” Tapper said. “He’s under indictment for campaign finance charges. The foreign minister of Ukraine told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour that he doesn’t trust a word Parnas is saying. And yet I see people out there on social media — Democrats — acting as if this guy is the second coming of Theodore Roosevelt or something.”
No you aren’t dreaming Jake Tapper really just said that!
Then, CNN’s Nia Malika-Henderson actually agreed as well saying, “It’s true, and all of those reasons are why maybe people should want him to testify under oath.”
“Kellyanne Conway, for instance, says when he’s talking in a television studio he isn’t under oath, but there actually is a way to get him under oath if anyone is interested in vetting his claims,” she added. “It’s not clear at this point that Republicans are interested in hearing his claims.”
This comes in stark contrast to what Chuck Schumer said yesterday when he told CNN, “Parnas was a close associate and worked with Giuliani, one of Trump’s closest people. So, it’s logical that they knew each other. And second, there’s going to be all kinds of documentary evidence where either Parnas, or maybe Giuliani, or maybe someone else talks about meetings with the president. So, I don’t — given Trump’s tendency to prevaricate, just not tell the truth, I tend to believe Parnas.”
Has CNN really turned over a new leaf? Or is this just a fluke? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below…
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