Epic: UK reporter calls CNN ‘Clinton News Network’ — on CNN (Video)

UK Daily Mail Hopkins Clinton News Network CNNFor many of us on the right, CNN is known as the “Clinton News Network” for its completely biased and over-the-top “reporting,” which more resemble Soviet-era Pravda-style propaganda than actual news reportage.  But Katie Hopkins, a reporter from the UK Daily Mail, referred to e outlet as the “Clinton News Network,” much to the chagrin of the propagandist conducting the interview.

Here’s video of the segment:

Hopkins tweeted:

Will this presidential election be the most important in American history?


“I think he’s going to win. I think you guys are in for a big surprise which I am quite excited about. I think we have seen a very similar thing here in the UK with Brexit. We saw a lot of the liberal press kind of sneering at Brexiteers. We see a lot of the sneering that we’re seeing from the Clinton News Network,” Hopkins said.

“That’s CNN, you’re calling us the Clinton News Network,” the host said.

“That’s exactly correct,” Hopkins said before explaining why she used the term.

“I will say having sat in the Republican convention and having watched your coverage, it is completely biased. And I think Trump is doing a great job. And I think what we saw from him today over,” Hopkins explained.  “You’ll also find polls that find 70% of individuals find Clinton to be utterly distasteful. I find her abhorrent to look at. Her little smile there does nothing for me,” she added.

The host refuted Hopkins’ assertion, but the bias at the network has become so blatant that a blind person with bad hearing can spot it.

Maybe Republicans should watch this video and take notes…


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