Empire strikes back: CNN denied access to DeploraBall inauguration party due to biased coverage

Empire strikes back: CNN denied access to DeploraBall inauguration party due to biased coverage
CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer (Image: YouTube screen grab via The Next News Network)

Their motto has long been “the most trusted name in cable news,” but a recent study found that CNN was the least trusted news outlet among voters — and with good reason. After having been exposed as a co-conspirator with the DNC in trying to tilt the election in favor of Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, Wolf Blitzer and company have become persona non grata among American patriots.

That includes the the group that organized the DeploraBall inauguration event, which released a statement on Wednesday that it had denied a press pass to C(linton) N(etwork) N(ews). The message, also embedded in a tweet for all to see, made that the motivation for excluding CNN was not partisan.

https://twitter.com/MAGA3X/status/821737054598033408?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

According to BizPac Review, BuzzFeed was also denied a press pass. BuzzFeed is the site that posted a “dossier” containing information smearing Donald Trump that even it admitted was unverified and unverifiable.

The party, meantime, was held last night, without CNN or BuzzFeed, but sadly not without incident. According to NBC News:

[H]undreds [of anti-Trump protesters] rallied Friday night outside the National Press Club, where … the “DeploraBall” was being held. Some demonstrators set off smoke devices in the middle of the crowd, and police in riot gear mobilized to block entrance to the event.

Plenty of police were on hand to contain the mob and make arrests as necessary thanks to a Project Veritas video that exposed the plan to disrupt the black-tie event with acid attacks and stink bombs.

Joe Newby

Joe Newby

Joe Newby is an IT professional. He has written for Conservative Firing Line, Examiner, NewsBusters, and Spokane Faith and Values.


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