CNN Insider Admits Network Used ‘Propaganda’ During 2020 Presidential Election

CNN Insider Admits Network Used ‘Propaganda’ During 2020 Presidential Election

CNN: The loudest 2020 candidate

Jim McCool
Jim McCool
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April 13, 2021

Earlier today, the tag “Expose CNN” trended on Twitter, with twenty thousand users talking about it.  The tag comes up after a video of CNN technical director Charlie Chester claims that CNN was knowingly trying to get President Trump (R) out of office.

Below is a full video of what is getting this CNN employee in so much trouble:

The video is a compilation of Chester being recorded over time, admitting to what so many Americans have suspected for so long.

This should not come as a surprise to anyone, as Democrats shrugged this off, however, the video starts to become quite startling when Chester uses phrases like “propaganda” to describe the new reporting of his own network.

“We were creating a story there that we didn’t know anything about, you know?  That’s what– That’s what I think, that’s propaganda,” said Chester about Trump’s health.

Chester even attributes CNN for being the sole reason for the Biden presidency, claiming, “We got him [Biden] through this term.” and later commenting on Trump, stating, “I am a hundred percent going to say it.  And I hundred percent believe it that if it wasn’t for CNN, I don’t know that Trump would have got voted out.”

However, let’s not assume the propaganda campaign is over, as CNN will tell you it is. Chester later talks about their next move, meaning this playbook will continue, and probably has for a long time.

“So our next thing is going to be for climate change awareness,” added Chester.

The woman he is being questioned by then responds, “Do you think it’s going to be a lot of fear for the climate?”

In which Chester simply responds, “Yeah. Fear sells.”

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Jim McCool

Jim McCool

Jim is a Pre-law student and has lived in Florida for 15 years. He is a member of the Benjamin Franklin Society of Scholars, received the 'Spirit of the American Legion' award, and was the President and founder of his high school's debate and moot court teams. On the side, he enjoys football, academics, politics and is a self-proclaimed patriot.