The election may be over, and the candidate CNN was shilling for may have lost, but the Clinton News Network continues to peddle fake and/or one-sided news.
CNN’s online coverage of Monday’s deadly terror attack on a German Christmas market focused on the attack’s potential to stoke far-right anger, rather than the threats of Islamic radicalism.
The attack in Berlin killed at least 12 people and injured dozens more, but on CNN’s website, the network’s top story warned about “the fallout of fear” and said that “attacks fuel [the]far right’s assault on democracy.”
The headline leads to an article by columnist David Andelman, in which he warns not to let repeated Islamic terror attacks undermine the West’s commitment to mass immigration.
“Across Europe, right-wing candidates are positioning themselves against immigration and Islam, defending an ever-tougher stance with every new terrorist assault.” Andelman writes, presenting this as a threat to “traditional democratic values” even though all the candidates he names are participants in electoral democracies.