This article was published by The McAlvany Intelligence Advisor on Friday, February 23, 2018:
Replace “duck” with “Van Jones” and “other ducks” with CNN, and one scarcely needs more evidence that CNN has rightly earned its sobriquet, the Communist News Network.
There’s more than sufficient evidence that CNN didn’t “overlook” Jones’ proud declaration that he is a communist, but they hired him – and keep him around – because he is a communist. He’s still around at CNN even after his noisy resignation from the Obama administration in September 2009 because his communist ideology and actions had become public knowledge. Just last month, CNN blessed this thug with his own “The Van Jones Show” with the radical Jay-Z being his first guest. Need more proof? Check “Sources” below.
All of which is background for a better understanding of CNN’s so-called “town hall” it launched just after the Florida shooting. It was so blatantly and clearly an attempt to turn the discussion towards its anti-gun agenda that two students saw it clearly enough to make headlines among the local (read: non-communist) media.
The communist revolution must ultimately remove all manner and forms of resistance from the bourgeoisie in order for it to succeed. No one more clearly enunciated its position than California Democrat Senator Dianne Feinstein in 1995 (again, see Sources below for link to YouTube video of her proclamation): “If I could’ve gotten 51 votes in the Senate of the United States for an outright ban, picking up every one of them [guns] – Mr. and Mrs. America, turn ’em all in – I would have done it.”
CNN held its “town hall” event following the shooting with the blatant purpose of promoting the one single solution it has seen for years as the ultimate and final solution to gun violence: the removal of all firearms from their rightful owners. But that objective can only be achieved a step at a time, and its “town hall” was a step in that direction.
The network invited students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School (MSDHS) to speak, but carefully weeded out questions or comments that threatened to expose CNN’s narrative. It made a mistake of inviting student Colton Haab to speak. When he learned that his comments threatened to expose that narrative and the network wanted to rescript those comments, he refused to participate in the fraud.
Said Haab: “I expected to be able to ask my questions and give my opinion on my questions,” adding:
CNN had originally asked me to write a speech and questions, and it ended up being all scripted. I don’t think that … is going to get anything accomplished. [CNN refused to allow me to] ask the true questions that all the parents and teachers and students have.
Naturally, CNN, being exposed in its deliberate attempt to redirect Haab away from questions and comments that didn’t fit the narrative, denied everything:
There is absolutely no truth to this. CNN did not provide or script questions for anyone in last night’s town hall, nor have we ever….
CNN then delivered its fake reason: “It became clear that Colton wanted to give an extensive speech and not just ask a question, which the town hall was not designed for.”
CNN wasn’t alone, but just the most obvious enabler over the issue. Another MSDHS student, Brandon Minoff, also caught on to the scam and the fraud:
I wholeheartedly believe that the media is politicizing this tragedy. It seems that gun control laws is the major topic of conversation rather than focusing on the bigger issue of 17 innocent lives being taken at the hands of another human….
I know many people who are pro-gun and others who support gun control but it seems that the media is specifically targeting those in support of gun control to make it seem as if they are the majority, and the liberal news outlets are the ones that seem to make the bigger effort to speak to these people … I’m talking from experience….
All day Thursday, CNN was interviewing gun experts and specialists to brainwash the audience that gun control is a necessity. They even have an army of my classmates trying to persuade other students that guns are unnecessary and should be illegal.
When reviewing the evening news, it’s good to remember just what CNN is and what they’re about: subverting the republic in order to replace it with a communist dictatorship. With that in mind, the rest of what CNN is up to will make more sense.
AIM.org: Van Jones Leads CNN Assault on Trump
Conservapedia.com: Van Jones is a communist
Breitbart.com: ‘Turn ’Em All In’: Feinstein Said She Wanted All Guns Banned
DailyCaller.com: Parkland Survivor: Media Using Tragedy To Push Gun Control
RealClearPolitics.com: Shooting Survivor: CNN Gave Me “Scripted Question” After Denying Question About Armed Guards
Breitbart.com: Shooting Survivor Quit CNN Town Hall After Refusing to Ask ‘Scripted’ Question
CNN.com: Students at town hall to Washington, NRA: Guns are the problem, do something