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.

WOW: What CNN Was Just Caught Doing To Trump Has Some Calling To Cancel Next GOP Debate

In hot pursuit of something to use against Donald Trump, the liberal media is so busy chasing their collective tail that the truth of the fabled “Muslim registry” story has been lost under layers of inaccuracies.

The real story is revealed in a video that clearly shows Trump never proposed a “Muslim registry” and that stories saying he did built a mountain of innuendo without a fact to start.

“The left-wing liars at CNN have intentionally edited the video to make it look as though Trump said ‘absolutely’ to a Muslim registry,” wrote John Nolte on Breitbart.

Nolte said it is time the Republican Party stood up to the media.

“It is time for Reince Priebus and the Republican Party to stand up these left-wing hit squads disguising themselves as journalists,” Nolte wrote. “CNN should not be allowed within a country mile of a GOP debate.”

The video, posted on the Gateway Pundit, shows that the entire “Muslim registry” concept was the brainchild of a reporter and that Trump’s so-called agreement to the idea is based on trick editing.

The incident took place Thursday.

“Should there be a database system that tracks Muslims who are in this country?” the reporter asks.

“There should be a lot of systems, beyond databases. We should have a lot of systems, and today you can do it,” he said.

Trump then added comments not reported by CNN and other liberal media outlets.

“But right now we need to have a border, we have to have strength, we have to have a wall, and we cannot let what’s happening to this country happen any longer,” Trump said.

In the wake of Trump’s comments on a wall, the report then asks, “Is that something your White House would like to implement?”

“I would certainly implement that. Absolutely,” Trump said.

The full conversation makes it clear Trump was not talking about a registry, but fortifying the border.

Trump, who has never shied away from controversy, maintained throughout Friday and Saturday that he never called for a “registry.”

“I didn’t suggest a database-a reporter did. We must defeat Islamic terrorism & have surveillance, including a watch list, to protect America,” Trump tweeted.

Radio host Rush Limbaugh said the furor provoked by the reports of a “Muslim registry” will not sink Trump.

This isn’t gonna hurt Trump.  Even their journalistic malpractice is not gonna hurt Trump. They haven’t figured that out.  They keep applying standard, ordinary, everyday tactics on hit pieces to Donald Trump, and all that happens as a result is that Trump increases his support,” Limbaugh said Friday.

“Trump’s support gets stronger. It gets deeper every time they try something like this because Trump is dead serious about protecting this country and its borders and keeping terrorists and so forth out of the country,” Limbaugh said.

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

Revealed: The Stunning Thing That Happened To Ben Carson Right After Media’s Assault On Him

A new poll finds that Ben Carson weathered the media’s “vetting” of him over the last few weeks very well, with the majority of respondents finding him even more trustworthy.

The poll conducted for the Independent Journal by Google Consumer Surveys asked those surveyed to choose on a scale of 1-to-5 how they viewed Carson’s trustworthiness following the media’s questioning of his background.

Nearly 50 percent indicated on the 1-to-5 scale that they trusted the candidate more, while only 15 percent reported trusting him less. The view of 35 percent remained unchanged.


Image Credit: Independent Journal

Image Credit: Independent Journal

As reported by Western Journalism, Politico published a piece last Friday charging Carson with fabricating an account in his autobiography of turning down a “full scholarship” to West Point. Additionally, CNN ran a story conveying that the candidate’s account of his violent early teenage years could not be validated.

The candidate strongly defended his biography, charging both Politico and CNN with trying to propagate a “bunch of lies” about him. Carson reiterated the charge at this week’s Republican debate, stating, “I have no problem with being vetted. What I do have a problem with is being lied about and then putting that out there as truth,” which drew strong audience applause.

Carson told the New York Times last Friday, “I don’t remember all the specific details. Because I had done so extraordinarily well you know I was told that someone like me – they could get a scholarship to West Point. But I made it clear I was going to pursue a career in medicine.” He added, “It was, you know, an informal ‘with a record like yours we could easily get you a scholarship to West Point.’”

A Reuters/Ipsos poll published on Friday specifically asked respondents whether their view of the candidate changed as a result of the West Point story.

According to Reuters: “After hearing the report questioning Carson’s recollections about the scholarship, 39 percent of Republicans said they had a less favorable view of him, with 26 percent saying it was ‘somewhat’ less favorable and 13 percent saying it was ‘much’ less favorable. 

“The majority of Republicans polled, 51 percent, said the issue made no difference and an additional 10 percent said it gave them a more favorable view.”

h/t: The Washington Examiner

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Ben Carson Just Responded To Media Attacks With 4 Perfect Images That Say It All

A GOP front-runner, Ben Carson has been under the spotlight lately. Having experienced what he considers to be unfair criticism, Carson is firing back.

It has been said that a picture is worth a thousand words; so instead of fighting a verbal battle with the media, Carson decided to let a few carefully crafted graphics send a message to the media and to voters.

According to TheBlaze, Carson posted several images on Facebook. In a CNN-style image, the headline reads, “In the Fall of 1962, Ben Carson checked out a library book and returned it two days late.”

Image credit: Ben Carson/Facebook

Image credit: Ben Carson/Facebook

In a POLITICO-style image, the headline is, “During his residency, Ben offended a cupcake by calling it a muffin.”

Image credit: Ben Carson/Facebook

Image credit: Ben Carson/Facebook

In a HUFFINGTON POST style image, the headline states, “BREAKING NEWS latest: In college, Ben Carson threw away a glass bottle in the ‘paper products only’ receptacle.”

Image credit: Ben Carson/Facebook

Image credit: Ben Carson/Facebook

The last one was for an “MSNBC Urgent Update Exclusive Interview.” The headline is, “A witness reported seeing Ben Carson putting an ‘X’ in the box when the instructions clearly said ‘check one’.”

Image credit: Ben Carson/Facebook

Image credit: Ben Carson/Facebook

The messages imply that the news agencies are digging up non-stories in an attempt to find some sort of scandal that would seem to contradict Carson’s good guy image. Western Journalism recently reported that POLITICO questioned Carson’s credibility when he stated that he had been offered a scholarship to West Point. The Carson campaign responded, and POLITICO changed the title to their story as a result.

CNN even ran a story reporting that they had tried to locate two individuals Carson described in his autobiography. Carson’s book detailed that he had a problem with anger and rage as a youngster, and that he hit one kid in the head with a lock and attempted to stab another. Western Journalism reported that Carson called CNN’s story all “lies” and said that the media was attempting to “distract” voters from the real issues the country faces.

Carson summed up his frustration with the media at Tuesday’s GOP debate when he said, “I have no problem with being vetted…What I do have a problem with is being lied about.”