CNN Reporter Says Governments Pays Them To Produce Fake News Stories

Have you ever heard the term, “barely scratch the surfaces?”

Former CNN reporter, Amber Lyon blows the lid off the network—exposes that governments around the world pay CNN to write fake news stories.

Amber is a three-time Emmy award winning journalist who has reported on news from across the world. When CNN refused to air a segment she wrote and produced on the Arab Spring in Bahrain—a violent uprising against an oppressive government in the Middle Eastern nation—Amber was surprised.

When she started to dig into the reasons behind why CNN would not air this news story she uncovered shocking facts about the network and the Obama administration. Amber found that CNN is routinely paid by the U.S. government and other foreign government to selectively report and air news stories on events from around the world.

In the video clip below Amber explains that she found out Bahrain’s government paid CNN not to report on the violent incident. They country did not want it getting out that peaceful demonstrators were shot en masse. And that citizens reported they were brutally tortured by the regime and family members were abducted or disappeared.

CNN tried to keep Amber quiet, but she felt a moral obligation to the American people to expose the network and the Obama administration for their role.

Amber is now trying to get the real story out of what is going on in the liberal media. Corruption in the liberal media is never surprising, but it should always be acknowledged and remembered.