Thursday, June 29, 2017

Maybe CNN should refocus its use of 'dummies, for their Liberal political puppet friends in Illinois

     "CNN, the nation's Fake News Leader, has reached an all-time low--using a beloved children's character to attack President Trump's temporary travel ban."

     This assessment comes to us from it's number one competitor, Fox News.

     The Fox article continues,  "The network produced a bizarre Facebook Live Chat that featured CNN reporter Clarissa Ward, Sherrie Westin from Sessame Street, International Rescue Committee's David Miliband and Elmo - a hand puppet.

     "They like to play and learn just like Elmo and all his friends at Sesame Street." Elmo said during the interview.  "Elmo thinks it's important to know that everybody is the same deep down and that's very important."

     CNN reported that Elmo visited a Syrian refugee camp - calling the trip "really wonderful.""

     You can view the interview with all  four puppets interacting at the Fox news website here:

     Perhaps using Elmo as a propaganda tool might be put to better use by the CNN puppets and their handlers, simply by educating their fellow Liberal dummy political hack Democrat friends and partners in the State of Illinois, where that State just recently was compared to being a 'Banana Republic,' in light of it's total ruination of the Illinois bugetary system.  See details here:

     Although this program's message is directed primarily at pre-schoolers and other young people (learing how to save and spend), when discussing financial matters, our Liberal friends certainly easily pour smoothly into the same mold.  Oh, and one more thing kids, pay no attention to that $6 Billion  deficit hole crafted and created by those Illinois wizards of the financial world.

     Pay close attention is your money management message for today from Sesame Street's master of finance--ELMO.

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