Uh Oh CNN in Trouble for Citing Terrorist-Tied Groups
To be clear, this story isn't an apple. It's a hand grenade, dressed in a suicide vest. It runs into buildings screaming "I'M NOT A BANANA!"
Daily Caller has the banana split scoop:
A number of news articles published by CNN cited groups accused of ties to terror groups, even promoting donations to one group on two occasions.
CNN.com published two separate articles promoting donations to a group called Islamic Relief USA.
A group calling itself "Islamic Relief" is kind of a red flag moment, no? Like when a suspicious person with a shitty beard yells "allahu akbar" right before killing a bunch of people.
Among them is Islamic Relief USA, a group that is a sister organization of Islamic Relief Worldwide. As reported by The Daily Caller, Islamic Relief Worldwide has been banned from Israel and the United Arab Emirates for allegedly financially supporting Hamas and other terror organizations.
Islamic Relief Worldwide is so terroristic, even the UAE booted it from their country. Reminder, UAE is an Islamic nation. An Islamic country booting out a terrorist linked group (allegedly) is like Amy Schumer rejecting a lackluster condom. Just before a night of passion. Nauseating, lewd passion.
2017 just isn't the year for CNN. The Fake News Network has sprinted across fields of their own rakes, after going in on the tinkling prostitute story with media stalwarts at cat-listicle central, BuzzFeed. CNN also has alleged and undisclosed ties to Fusion GPS, the same oppo research firm who created the Russian Dossier, and "vetted" the Planned Parenthood sting videos. Smooth, CNN. So smooth.
Now the network is accused of citing, nay supporting, groups with ties to terrorism. I'm just waiting for CNN to admit they covered for Ted Cruz's padre in Kennedy's untimely demise. Or maybe CNN drove the convertible toward the grassy knoll.
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