CNN pushes false narrative of Trump-inspired anti-Muslim crimewave

According to just released FBI hate crime statistics, over half are antisemitic. Does CNN report on that? Or ever mention that? Never. So many “anti-Muslim” hate crimes turn out to be hoaxes, fakes, staged by Muslims themselves. Does CNN ever report on that? Never.

One of the biggest lessons we learned during the 2016 presidential election was that the mainstream media is not just biased; it is not even a news source at all. It is just a propaganda arm for the hard Left and the Democratic Party, including its agenda of denial, willful ignorance, and false Muslim victimhood in the face of the jihad threat.

CNN Pushes Narrative Of Trump-Inspired Anti-Muslim Crimewave,” by Peter Hasson, Daily Caller, November 12, 2016:

Liberal news network CNN is pushing a narrative of an anti-Muslim crimewave inspired by Donald Trump’s election.

An article published Saturday night catalogued various reports — some unconfirmed — of anti-Muslim incidents.

One anti-Muslim incident that was breathlessly reported by the press — although not included in CNN’s article on Saturday — has already been proven to be a hoax.

A Muslim woman who claimed to have been attacked and robbed by supporters of President-elect Donald Trump after his election on Tuesday admitted that she made the whole thing up.

The woman, who attends the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, claimed that two white men, one of whom was wearing a Trump hat, attacked her and stole her wallet and the hijab she was wearing.

The unnamed woman claimed her attackers knocked her to the ground while hurling racial slurs at her.

She later admitted to police that she fabricated the entire thing.

Reason columnist Elizabeth Brown argued that the entire notion of a Trump-inspired crimewave is false in a column titled, “There Is No Violent Hate-Crimewave In ‘Trump’s America.’”

Documents released by WikiLeaks revealed the close relationship between CNN — which some Trump supporters refer to as the Clinton News Network — and the Clinton campaign….


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