WATCH: CNN Openly Promises To Hide THIS Truth Because It Might Help Trump

CNN is a fake news network. They are lying to all of us, but now we have caught them in the act.

Propaganda peddler and CNN host Don Lemon used his television show to defend Barack Obama. He lied and claimed there is zero evidence that Trump was spied on, saying,

“We will not insult your intelligence by pretending otherwise nor will we aid and abet the people who are trying to misinform you, the American people, by creating a diversion.”

This is what propaganda looks like. Don Lemon relies on weasel words and half truths to defend the Democrats.

Don Lemon immediately starts his segment by claiming the original accusation was false, so he is poisoning the well before any information has been presented.

Lemon cannot see the forest for the trees. He says the claims of “wiretapping” are false, but President Trump only used the term “wiretap” colloquially, and it was in scare quotes in the original tweet. He was referring to spying and not a literal wiretap.

Don Lemon continues to refer to three sources that confirm President Trump was spied on. He has already contradicted himself three times within the first minute of his fake news report.

He refers to the shocking admission by Obama’s former aide, Evelyn Farkas, as a discredited talking point. Lemon created a straw-man to quickly discredit this confirmation: he denied that Evelyn Farkas spied on Trump, but no one ever accused Farkas of personally spying. The Obama official said on MSNBC, “I was urging my former colleagues and, frankly speaking, the people on the Hill … get as much information as you can.” Clearly, she did not conduct spying herself, but she urged her colleagues to do so. Not even the liberal Snopes could deny this.

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