BUSTED: Emails Reveal Hillary Aid And CNN Reporter Caught Conspiring To Do THIS At Benghazi Hearing

The U.S. media has always claimed itself to be an “unbiased” review of “the news,” and that its reporters do only that: report. But a recent review of Hillary Clinton’s emails seems to show that a CNN reporter coordinated with Clinton’s staff to push favorable stories on social media.

The CNN reporter in question is the network’s foreign affairs reporter, Elise Labott; and her communications seem to show that she coordinated with Clinton’s top State Department staffers during the former secretary of state’s January 23, 2013 Senate testimony about the Benghazi attacks.

The emails show that Labott took directions from Clinton staffer Philippe Reines by posting criticisms of Kentucky Republican Senator Rand Paul because he dared to ask tough questions of the secretary during the hearings.

According to the Daily Caller, “Labott also coordinated with Reines to post a favorable quote from Clinton’s testimony, which she gave just a week before she left office.”

After posting some of the tweets she was directed to post, Labott also engaged in high fiving Hillary with the State Department staffer.

“She was great. well done. I hope you are going to have a big drink tonight,” Labbot said to Reines in compliments over Clinton’s performance at the hearings.

And that wasn’t all. The next series of emails shows that Reines asked the “reporter” to join him on an instant messaging service so she could get further instructions. Minutes later, she sent an email saying, “done.”

According to Phil Kerpen, it appears that the “done” was in reference to a tweet Labott posted on January 23 at 4:01 PM. It was a tweet pushing a claim Clinton made during the testimony.

Kerpen needled the CNN “reporter,” saying, “A reporter who Tweets on request!”

This isn’t the first time that this CNN “reporter” has revealed her apparent left-wing bias on Twitter. In fact, she was recently suspended for two weeks after slamming Republicans for their vote to put a halt to President Obama’s importation of Syrian “refugees.”

On November 19, Labott tweeted, “House passes bill that could limit Syrian refugees. Statue of Liberty bows head in anguish.” This sort of opining, CNN claimed, violates its code of journalistic practices, and so Labott was suspended.

CNN Made A Massive Accusation Against Trump Supporters. Then This Video Came Out..

Video evidence puts several large holes in the claim that Donald Trump’s supporters punched and kicked an attention-seeking protester who tried and failed to disrupt Trump’s Birmingham, Ala., rally on Saturday night.

“A black protester at Trump’s rally today in Alabama was shoved, tackled, punched & kicked,” CNN reporter Jeremy Diamond tweeted Saturday night.

“At least a half-dozen attendees shoved and tackled the protester, a black man, to the ground as he refused to leave the event. At least one man punched the protester and a woman kicked him while he was on the ground,” read Diamond’s initial report. “All of the attendees who were involved in the physical altercation with the protester were white…”

Unfortunately for CNN’s preconceived story line, a video of the incident shows a different story.

The video begins with Black Lives Matter protester Mercutio Southall on the floor, struggling to get up. The Gateway Pundit reported that it appeared that Southall repeatedly fell to the floor to frustrate the efforts of security personnel to remove him.

The video shows that as some members of Trump’s security team arrive and try to help the large black man rise, he struggles against them. As he starts to get up, Southall throws a wild punch that connects only with the air. The only people touching Southall as they struggle to get him upright are security people. One man, who never touches Southall, assumes a boxing stance, but is waved off by a member of the security team.

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Southall was then escorted from the building by security personnel. Birmingham police reported that three people were forced to leave during the evening. No charges were filed, police said. No injuries were reported, they added.

“Jeremy Diamond and CNN should retract their story and issue an apology. And conservatives need to be on guard for this media manipulation in the future,” wrote commentator Jim Hoft.

h/t: Breitbart

CNN Reporter’s 2-Sentence Response To House Refugee Vote Gets Her Suspended Immediately

Many feel that the mainstream media liberal bias is often obvious and often on display. In this instance, however, it was so obvious that CNN actually did something about it.

Correspondent Elise Labott has been suspended for two weeks after not simply reporting this week’s House action to limit refugees from Syria, but also condemning it in the same tweet.

“House passes bill that could limit Syrian refugees. Statue of Liberty bows head in anguish,” Labott tweeted Wednesday.


This very public display of bias was well over the line of the usual, more subtle variety, and it was instantly attacked,

” … we’ve asked CNN what part of the company’s editorial guidelines smiles on this very recent tweet from the network’s Elise Labott,” Erik Wemple of the Washington Post posted on Twitter.

Readers showed they knew bias when they read it.

CNN then gave Labott Thanksgiving week off, with one more for good measure, amounting to a two-week suspension.

“If you publicly declare your preference for issues or candidates or one side or the other of the public policy issues CNN reports on, then your ability to be viewed as objective is compromised,” reads CNN’s social media policy.

Labott herself posted appropriate contrition.

“Everyone, It was wrong of me to editorialize. My tweet was inappropriate and disrespectful. I sincerely apologize,” she wrote.

Readers remained unconvinced that all was now objective at CNN.

What a joke,” commented a Newsmax poster under the name soapy jeansy. “ALL of CNN correspondents are bias. Its way too late for CNN to portray themselves as journalist, lol. Corrupt Network News has revealed its blatant bias repeatedly by covering for Obama, omitting pertinent facts, falsely editing tapes to fit the lefts narrative etc. Adios CNN.”

h/t: TheBlaze

Watch What Obama Just Did When A Reporter Dug Up His Past Comment About ISIS

A CNN reporter asked President Obama a pointed question at a press conference in Turkey on Monday suggesting the leader has underestimating ISIS and wondering, “Why can’t we take out these bastards?”

CNN’s Jim Acosta noted in making his query that the president has referred to ISIS as the “jayvee team” and being “contained.”

“I just spent the last three questions answering that very question,” Obama, replied to Acosta looking clearly agitated. “I don’t know what more you want me to add. I think I’ve described very specifically what our strategy is, and I’ve described why we do not pursue some of the other strategies that have been suggested.”

Obama also said unlike past wars, ISIS is not a “traditional military opponent.” He explained, “We can retake territory, and as long as we leave our troops there, we can hold it. But that does not solve the underlying problem of eliminating the dynamics that are producing the kind of violent extremist groups.”

The president has been attending the the Group of 20 developed countries, which has been taking place in the seaside community of Antalya in Turkey over the last two days. The focus of the agenda of the meeting quickly changed following the ISIS Paris attacks.

Obama also announced increased intelligence coordination with France to oppose the Islamic State. As reported by Western Journalism, the United States assisted the French air force in identifying and striking ISIS targets in the so-called caliphate’s capital of Raqqa over the weekend.

Last Thursday, the president, told ABC’s George Stephanopoulos“I don’t think they’re gaining strength,” adding, “What is true, from the start our goal has been first to contain and we have contained them. They have not gained ground in Iraq and in Syria. They’ll come in. They’ll leave. But you don’t see this systemic march by ISIL across the terrain. What we have not yet been able to do is to completely decapitate their command and control structures.”

Obama remains reluctant to put more boots on the ground in Syria or Iraq, the New York Times reports.

CNN Anchor Sends Surprising 1-Sentence Message To All Mizzou Protesters That EVERYONE Should See

In a message that some might say should be received on every campus where the chill winds of restraint threaten opinions self-appointed censors want muzzled, CNN host Don Lemon warned University of Missouri students against walling themselves up within “safe spaces” where no opinions but theirs can tread.

“If you’re afraid of having your feelings hurt, don’t leave your house,” Lemon said Thursday on The Tom Joyner Morning Show.

Lemon criticized clashes between Mizzou students and reporters in which students sought to ban reporters they didn’t like.

“…[T]he only issue I have with what happened at the University of Missouri is their vigorous effort to squash freedom of speech and freedom of the press,” said Lemon, who had earlier praised the college’s football team for forcing out its president. “That is a very dangerous road that no one should want to go down.”

However, it was what protesters did, he said.

“The Twitter account belonging to Concerned Students 1950, the protest organizers, tweeted, ‘It’s typically white media who don’t understand the importance of respecting black spaces,” Lemon said. “It was followed by, ‘We truly appreciate having our story told, but this movement isn’t for you.’”

Lemon said freedom requires unfettered media access.

“Students there should know that in America, a country with a free and open press, that it is dangerous to deny anyone that freedom. In fact, it’s un-American,” he said.

College students, he argued, “should not be coddled by retreating into so-called ‘safe spaces’ because they’re afraid of having their feelings hurt. If you’re afraid of having your feelings hurt, don’t leave your house. College is the place where robust debate should be welcomed and vigorously explored.”

Lemon said students hurt themselves by avoiding those with whom they disagree..

“It is also equally as dangerous and limiting and short-sighted to only speak, associate and engage with people or news organizations with whom you agree,” he said.

Lemon told students that life is not a cocoon.

“In the real world people’s feelings are hurt every single day,” he said.

h/t: Mediaite