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Mark Levin: CNN ‘destroying the first amendment’

(National SentinelNational SentinelMainstream media: Conservative talker and constitutional expert Mark Levin said Friday on his nationally syndicated show that CNN‘s fake news and constant Trump hate is “destroying the First Amendment,” while referring to network correspondent and host Jake Tapper as “evil.”

Reading from a column written by Ben Domenech at The Federalist, which laid out how the network was waging “war” on President Donald J. Trump and that it has sacrificed “balance and centrism” in its one-sided coverage, Levin pointed out that the White House was correct in labeling it an opposition party.

“You can see how CNN has changed its coverage,” Levin said. “CNN is at war with Trump. CNN is violating – CNN is destroying the First Amendment and freedom of the press. And when Jake Tapper says, ‘How dare President [Trump] call us evil?’ Jake, you’re evil. You’re unconscionable. All of you – because you know exactly what you’re doing. You don’t care.”

Later in the segment he noted that there was more truthful reporting on Russian TV than on CNN and other fake news outlets like The New York Times and the Washington Post, both of which have been willing dupes in publishing any and all allegations from unnamed “sources” they haven’t bothered to fact-check — because Trump hate.

“I think you get more truthful reporting on Russia TV, which I have never watched in my life, than you get on CNN,” Levin noted. “How do I know? Because you don’t get truthful reporting on CNN. And you know what you’re getting on Russia TV. They call themselves ‘Russia TV.’ ‘Oh – must be about Russia or something, Russia TV.’ CNN pretends to be something it’s not – an objective news organization. It’s not an objective news organization. They got one clown after another, one fool after another, one Democratic appointee after another” constantly being featured on-air.


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