When Jeffrey Epstein allegedly killed himself in his Manhattan jail cell, Americans’ eyes immediately turned to Bill and Hillary Clinton.
Bill Clinton had forged a relationship with Epstein which caused millions of people to suspect the former President had something to hide.
And CNN just got caught red-handed telling this ugly lie about the Clintons and Jeffrey Epstein.
CNN hosts lost their minds over the weekend when Donald Trump retweeted a video of conservative comedian Terrance Williams promoting the hashtag #Clintonbodycount.
In the video, Williams speculates that the Clintons had a hand in Epstein’s death to protect the secrets about his relationship with Bill Clinton.
Williams made light of the fact that a number of people related to the Clintons have turned up dead under suspicious circumstances.
Multiple CNN anchors flipped out over this tweet.
State of the Union host Jake Tapper raged it was “dangerous” and “indecent” and claimed the tweet would incite violence against the Clintons.
“President Trump could use his megaphone for anything, but the president often uses it to amplify that which is the worst of us, personal attacks, bigotry, and insane conspiracy theories… That was the motive for the mass slaughter in Pittsburgh and El Paso. This is no longer irresponsible and indecent. It’s dangerous.”
So-called “media reporter” Brian Stelter wrote in his daily newsletter that President Trump was “poisoning” the media environment and that his retweet was “shameful.”
“If you found yourself online this weekend, you know what a terrible place it was. Jeffrey Epstein’s death unleashed a torrent of conspiracy theories online, some of which were propagated by individuals with sizable platforms and influence, including the President of the United States,” Stelter added.
Meanwhile Tapper – and especially Stelter – have basked in many conspiracy theories about Trump and the false partisan attacks made by Democrats.
Stelter and Tapper regularly promoted the baseless conspiracy theory about the Trump campaign colluding with the Russians and had no issue with CNN giving airtime to guests who made claims that the President was a traitor or a Russian agent.
In addition, Stelter regularly spread conspiracy theories on his show that President Trump was mentally ill or that Melania Trump was missing in the summer of 2017 when in reality she was recovering from surgery.
And then in June 2017, a deranged Bernie Sanders supporter attempted to assassinate over 20 Republican members of Congress at a baseball practice.
The shooter was inspired by none other than the conspiracy theories and misinformation he heard on CNN and MNSBC about the GOP’s attempts to repeal and replace Obamacare, and the hysteria surrounding the Russian collusion hoax.
The truth is, there are no worse actors in American politics for spreading misinformation and encouraging political violence than the so-called “mainstream” media.
And CNN sits at the forefront of this growing crisis.
Liberal Propaganda Exposed will continue to cover any new developments in this ongoing story.