LIES, LIES, LIES: Nancy Sinatra Sets CNN’s “FAKE NEWS” Story Straight


The least trusted name in cable news, CNN, has once again stirred a “fake news” controversy involving Nancy Sinatra’s tweets regarding the Trump administration using her father’s signature song at the inauguration.

This time, CNN has accused Nancy Sinatra of making less than favorable claims at the Trump administration for using her father’s song, “I did it my way.” Sinatra says it’s not true.

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According to CNN, Nancy Sinatra isn’t happy about a song that’s to be played at the inauguration of Donald Trump:


RedState has the tweets that set CNN straight.

Sinatra was actually a lot more philosophical and easy-going than her frothing followers:

The story is obviously wrong, both in substance and in context. She didn’t say she was unhappy about Trump using the song and her subsequent tweets make it clear that she was enough of an adult to realize she had no rights at all when it came to the use of the song.


That’s not true. I never said that. Why do you lie, CNN? @CNN

— Nancy Sinatra (@NancySinatra) January 19, 2017

Yep, CNN is going to keep “fake newsing” their way right out of the press corp.


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