Fake news for the sheeple.
CBS was caught posting a fraudulent video of an ICU nurse sobbing over ‘poor working conditions’.
So it turns out this video is entirely fraudulent. https://t.co/2axIrXK4LA
— Jordan Schachtel (@JordanSchachtel) April 6, 2020
The network was also caught airing footage of a hospital in Italy and saying it was New York:
CBS News admitted to a “mistake” on Monday after airing footage of an overcrowded hospital room that was allegedly in New York City but was actually from a hospital in Italy.
“It was an editing mistake. We took immediate steps to remove it from all platforms and shows,” a CBS News spokesperson told Fox News.
Last Wednesday, “CBS This Morning” included a brief clip showing several patients and medical professionals in one room during a report about the rising threat of the coronavirus outbreak in New York City.
The media used the same picture of a ‘victim’ to portray 3 different deaths.
More facts: Cases vs fatalities
Pushing hysteria through propaganda. Instead of being level-headed and informative, the media prefers hyperbole. God knows there’s enough simple-minded people that believe that shit.
I haven’t watched national or local news for at least a month. I’ll leave that to the hysterical sheeple who think that bullshit is believable.
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No matter what San Fran Nan says, none of these tweets prove reincarnation.