We’re all familiar with CNN’s fake news stories and lies about the President and his supporters. It’s a shame that they can’t devote all that energy to reporting the news. The real news, that is!
Recently it’s been revealed that CNN is using social media to bolster it’s fake news stories. According to reports, CNN is not only the master of fake news, but they are also the master of fake Twitter accounts.
It has been discovered that CNN has somewhere in the neighborhood of 17 million fake Twitter accounts. There are enough accounts to make a topic trend on Twitter. If CNN wants to make something look important and true, they can use their fake accounts to spread any narrative they like.
It all seems a little devious!
A recent Twitter account audit revealed that 48 percent of the followers on CNN’s verified Twitter account are fake, giving the network an audit score of 52 percent. How about that! Almost half of the followers on Twitter are fake.
Surprised? Not really!
— Kristin Billitere (@SpecialKMB1969) June 28, 2017
CNN must have a fulltime staff dedicated to fake Twitter accounts!
@CNN is TOAST‼️
— SL (@SLandinSoCal) June 29, 2017
That’s how they justify getting the big advertising dollars! Is there no level to which they won’t stoop?
CNN claiming 17 million fake followers & using them to increase advertising and justify rates? Seems a somewhat fraudulent practice……..
— MERRILL ANDERSON (@reach_mia) June 29, 2017
Biz Pac Review reports:
CNN has been battling charges that it’s the “Fake News Network,” thanks in part to President Donald Trump, but it appears that news is not the only suspect quality at the network.
Turns out, the “alleged” fake news narrative is being complimented by reports of fake Twitter counts.
…to the tune of 17 million!