It's Not Just CNN
Mark Dice exposes NBC which must stand for Nothing Burger Corporation.
It's Not Just CNN
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Published June 6 2022
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Mark Dice 0:00
CNN is the fakest name in news and have completely ruin their reputation and become the Jerry Springer show of news. But it's not just the bottom feeders on cable, like CNN and MSNBC, who make the grocery store tabloids seem like a reliable source of information. The legacy television networks are also causing Walter Cronkite to roll over in his grave. One of the most shocking examples of fake news was when NBC aired a story about General Motors trucks having faulty gas tanks that could rupture if they got into an accident and possibly explode. Well, this was a real concern. NBC actually staged a scene where they crashed a car into the side of a GM truck and blew it up. It turns out that NBC producers not only put the wrong gas cap on the truck, so it would pop off causing fuel to squirt out, but they also attached lit flares underneath the car that crashed into the truck, so when fuel spilled out of the tank, it caught on fire and blew up. The scene was dramatic with a huge fireball engulfing the two vehicles. And news of the exploding gas tanks was now everywhere, but General Motors was suspicious and obtained the vehicles from the junkyard and had them forensically analyzed. GM sued NBC after the analysis revealed what actually happened and NBC later admitted they staged the whole thing.
Another embarrassing and unethical blunder was accidentally exposed live on air when a reporter was shown in a canoe rolling down the middle of flooded streets in New Jersey after heavy rain. As soon as she began her segment, the live shot looked like she was in six feet of water in the middle of the summer, but then two men came walking by directly in front of her showing the water was only ankle deep. Looking bewildered anchor Matt Lauer asked, What just happened? And the staff in the New York studio could be heard laughing off camera. Years later, Jimmy Fallon asked Matt Lauer about the incident when he was a guest on The Tonight Show, but he didn't want to talk about it.
NBC has a history of deceptively editing people's comments, which causes them to be misrepresented to the audience. One of the most well-known examples of this is when they edited George Zimmerman's call to 911 just before he got into an altercation with Trayvon Martin and ended up fatally shooting him. NBC's version of the call had Zimmerman on the phone with the 911 operator, saying this...
George Zimmerman 2:27
This guy looks like he's up to no good. He looks black.
911 Operator 2:32
Did you see what he was wearing?
Yeah, a dark hoodie.
Mark Dice 2:36
The actual conversation, however, went like this.
George Zimmerman 2:39
This guy looks like he's up to no good or he's on drugs or something. It's raining and he's walking around, looking down.
911 Operator 2:47
Okay. And this guy, is he white, black, or Hispanic?
George Zimmerman 2:50
He looks black.
Mark Dice 2:51
Even the Washington Post far-left paper denounced the deceptive editing and said it was unfair to George Zimmerman's reputation. Zimmerman later sued the network for defamation for perpetuating the fake news that he was a racist and a predatory villain.
Katie Couric, who worked as an anchor for NBC, learned the art of deceptively editing video in order to cast people in a false light there because she was sued for $12 million in 2016 by several people who claimed it was just that after they appeared in her anti-gun documentary Under the Gun.
Just one month after Donald Trump took the oath of office, NBC News produced a segment called Dear Mr. President: Kids Talk Donald Trump, which showed a bunch of young kids voicing their fears about the new president, instead of being just a cute segment of innocent kids asking questions about the presidency. It looked like a propaganda piece that North Korea would produce,
Kid 1 3:43
Most of my family is black. I'm afraid that you're gonna hurt some of us blacks.
Kid 2 3:49
I want you to know that I don't like your definition of American, because I don't seem to fit within it.
Kid 3 3:56
...that some of my friends are really scared about you building a wall and the travel ban, because a lot of their families live in different places.
Mark Dice 4:06
It's clear the kids had no idea what they were talking about, and their parents who had to approve of their appearance, were behind the camera coaching them on what to say. The segment was widely denounced online for using children in an anti-Trump propaganda piece portrayed as news by a major network.
NBC actually had people dress up as Muslims and attend a NASCAR race in Virginia once in order to attempt to spark negative reactions from the other attendees. NASCAR fans, as you're probably aware, are often stereotyped as racist rednecks, so NBC thought they could easily find a few drunk hicks who would give dirty looks to the Muslims. But when their stunt was discovered, many people denounced NBC for violating journalistic ethics. A NASCAR spokesperson said quote, It is outrageous that a news organization of NBC stature would stoop to the level of going out to create news instead of reporting news The segment never aired, likely because they didn't get the negative reactions that they had hoped for.
This is the same network that still employed Brian Williams, even after his admittedly false claims about being under enemy fire while covering the Iraq War. Perhaps they appreciated his ability to keep a straight face while mischaracterizing things and framing stories in a false light. President Trump could do nothing right in the eyes of NBC, or any of the network's for that matter, after his first press conference as president. Brian Williams categorized it like this.
Brian Williams 5:26
A live special television event brought to you by narcissism, thin skin. chaos, and deeply personal grievances.
Mark Dice 5:34
Other NBC anchors just complained about Trump instead of actually reporting on what he was doing. When their nightly news anchor Lester Holt interviewed him for the first time, he interrupted Trump nine times in just two and a half minutes, barely letting him finish a sentence before he would cut him off to challenge what he was saying or ask something else as if he didn't want him to finish his points. Every night on NBC News, their disdain for President Trump was clear and how they frame their opening segment and cast their coverage in the most negative light possible since they too have long given up on objectivity in exchange for being another weapon in the arsenal of the liberal establishment. NBC was sad after President Trump got impeached, the first time, when they realized that it had absolutely zero effect on his poll numbers.
NBC News 6:19
It's bizarre to think that he's getting cheers in Battle Creek, Michigan, on the same night he is literally getting impeached on the floor of the House. It is bizarre, but historians will make more sense of it than we can right now.
Lester Holt 6:31
All right. Andrea Mitchell, Chuck mentioning that the polling continuing to show nothing has really fundamentally changed, so will actual impeachment change anything?
Andrea Mitchell 6:41
We don't know, because to be totally honest, one would have thought that over all of these weeks and the testimony and the arguments on the other side, that something would have shifted. But the poll numbers that we have tonight, that came out just this evening, are exactly identical to the same polling we had in October, within the margin of error.
Mark Dice 7:01
Of course, NBC spent three years hyping up the Trump Russia conspiracy theories, like everyone else in the liberal media industrial complex. They would have spent his whole term parroting the nonsense, but in 2020, the Coronavirus pandemic dominated the airwaves, and the establishment knew that the worst they could paint the situation, the harder it would be for President Trump to win reelection, since of course, things are going really bad, many people's instincts are to replace the president. Of course, in the New World Order, you're not allowed to have certain opinions about the 2020 election.
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Transcribed for Ruby Ray Media by Carol Allen