With all the political enemies CNN has made from their blatantly biased (and sometimes completely fake) news, one would think that the person to take them down would be a high-ranking politician, or at least someone connected enough to hold them accountable for all of their distorted stories. It is not a secret that anyone who isn’t far-left on the political spectrum is sick of the lies peddled by the Clinton News Network.
Surprisingly, it appears that a former hospital CEO is winning in a multi-million dollar lawsuit against the fake news agency. They lawsuit states that CNN skewed statistics to write a hit piece on his hospital. They distorted the truth to get a more interesting story, all at the expense of the subject’s reputation. This reminds me of the war they have been waging on Republicans — especially President Trump.
Lying in stories with the hopes of producing more sensational articles has been a common practice by liberal media outlets recently, and it looks like CNN may have to pay millions due to their shady practices.
The media giant is now learning the consequences of publishing fake news — by way of an expensive lawsuit. The ironic thing is that it’s not even a political story that CNN is being sued for. They can’t be honest on topics that aren’t even political. I am starting to believe that they are called the Clinton News Network not just because of their history of extremely biased pro-Clinton content, but also because the can never tell the truth on any subject — just like Hillary.
Recently, a judge in Atlanta, George allowed a defamation lawsuit filed by Davide Carbone to continue after CNN attempted to get it dismissed.
As reported by LawNewz,
“Those who accuse CNN and other mainstream media outlets of “fake news” will probably revel in a recent decision by a federal judge in Atlanta, Georgia. While Judge Orinda Evans didn’t all out declare that CNN was peddling in falsehoods, she did take aim at the network in an initial judgment in favor of a former hospital CEO who sued CNN accusing them of purposely skewing statistics to reflect poorly on a West Palm Beach hospital. Judge Evans didn’t mince words in her 18-page order allowing the case to move forward, and dismissing CNN’s attempt to get it thrown out of court.”
“In our case, we contended that CNN essentially made up its own standard in order to conduct an ‘apples to oranges’ comparison to support its false assertion that St. Mary’s mortality rate was 3 times higher than the national average. Accordingly, the case against CNN certainly fits the description of media-created ‘Fake News.’” said Carbone’s attorney L. Lin Wood, in a statement to LawNewz.com.