Brave CNN anchor magically changes clothes before rescuing man stuck in 3ft ditch
It looks like everyone's favorite fake news source is doing what it does best.
During this broadcast apparently some guy decided to drive into a flooded ditch just yards from the CNN crew, and wouldn't you know it! They were right there to rescue him when his truck began to float away!
And just to give you an idea of how amazing this news anchor Drew Griffin is, he even manages to change out his shorts and sandals in a matter of seconds for pants and rain boots to make the heroic save from a drainage ditch that the man could have literally just drove around.
If you're some kind of alt-right NAZI you're probably thinking, "No anon, CNN is full of dogshit and making up for getting owned live on the air by a distraught mother and her family who were understandably upset over having a microphone shoved in their face moments after arriving in an emergency shelter."
But you're wrong, bigot. Give these brave guys an Emmy… uh I mean, a medal.https://youtube.com/watch?v=5e8mX6VWXvQ [Embed]
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08/31/2017 (Thu) 15:15:56
I can't stand these people & their staged shit
THE HIGHLANDS FORUM
>Welcome to The Bilderberg Group, 2017 Edition
Sorry for the shitty formatting, all I've got right now is my tablet, and I'm fucking tired. So I'm just copy and pasting some quotes I pulled from the article and posted on Gab. I can't do the article justice, it's a must read.
>"One idea is to establish a telecoms partnership that would unilaterally delete content deemed to “fuel hatred and violence” in situations considered “appropriate.”
>"Known as the ‘Highlands Forum,’ this private network has operated as a bridge between the Pentagon and powerful American elites"
>"The Highlands Forum has for 20 years provided an off the record space for some of the most prominent members of the shadow intelligence community to convene with senior US government officials, alongside other leaders in relevant industries."
>"The Highlands Forum has served as a two-way ‘influence bridge’: on the one hand, for the shadow network of private contractors to influence the formulation of … US military intelligence; and on the other, for the Pentagon to influence what is going on in the private sector."
No surprises here, we all knew something like this existed. Now we've got a name boys.
>"… outlined a strategy for “perception management”
AKA the feds have been memeing for quite some time.
>"Notice that in 1998, the Highlands ‘Group’ became a ‘Forum.’ According to O’Neill, this was to avoid subjecting Highlands Forums meetings to “bureaucratic restrictions.” (FACA) [Prevents secret consultation with private groups to create policy]"
Basically, they have made it impossible to FOIA any minutes of their meetings. Whatever they are doing, they want it to be secret.
>"The Highlands Forum … Its purpose is to provide the Pentagon a shadow social networking mechanism to cement lasting relationships with corporate power, and to identify new talent, that can be used to fine-tune information warfare strategies in absolute secrecy."
Basically, we need to screen all of these new alt-tech companies to make sure they have no association with The Highlands Forum. If they are connected at all, they are co-opted 100%.
>"Delegates have included senior personnel from SAIC and Booz Allen Hamilton, RAND Corp., Cisco, Human Genome Sciences, eBay, PayPal, IBM, Google, Microsoft, AT&T, the BBC, Disney, General Electric, Enron, among innumerable others"
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08/28/2017 (Mon) 14:11:12
So basically everything we've been saying, but now we've got proof. Dis gon be good.