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CNN does hard-hitting ‘news’ segment: What 12 Diet Cokes look like when lined up in a row

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CNN does hard-hitting 'news' segment designed to teach you what 12 Diet Cokes look like when lined up in a row

The low brow comedians journalists at CNN care about one thing, and one thing only: The Truth with a capital “T.”  Oh sure, they have to reset their “days without a retraction” sign pretty much every single morning, but they still steadfastly maintain that they are “real news” done without bias. Fox and MSNBC?  That’s where you’ll find bias. At CNN it’s “just the facts” morning, noon, and night.

Of course, that’s laughable.  The Clinton News Network’s bias has been on display - like a baboon ‘presenting’ to a potential mate - since the channel first appeared in the 80’s. No one, and by that I mean no one over the age of four, really believes it’s unbiased anymore.

CNN does visual aide of Trump’s daily Diet Coke consumption

Still, they like to pretend.  While they clearly support the candidates of their choosing, they still feign outrage when the President calls out their advocacy. They even victim-signal, by portraying themselves as the powerless targets of White House bullying.


Yesterday, they pulled 12 cans of Diet Coke from the office mini-fridge and lined them up on a desk to teach you what 12 cans of Diet Coke look like.  Then, they got a gastroenterologist to sit in the catbird seat and fake a severe case of the vapors over something that might “not necessarily” impact the President in any way.

“If we’re saying” the President drinks 12 Diet Cokes a day - please, note the “IF” - this is what it looks like…


My God.

The Horror.

According to CNN’s expert, Donald Trump “MIGHT” be replacing important fluids - by which I can only assume they mean wine and Scotch - with diet soda.

Thank God they’re here to tell us these things.

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