CNN: The Most “MISTRUSTED” News; Second to Fox | John King Sooo Wants the Boston Bomber Not be “WHITE”




Who is “THEY,” John King? Law enforcement officers, who are reliable?

Wolf: you can’t say the person spoke with a foreign language.” Right, but you can speculate and report false information to alert white folks that the perosn was a “DARK-SKINNED” male.

CNN MAJOR FAIL! Don’t be surpirsed when CNN becomes #1 in reporting PROPAGANDA, LIES, DISTORTIONS, & RACE-BAITING. Watch out FOX, they’re coming after your recipe!

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33 Responses to CNN: The Most “MISTRUSTED” News; Second to Fox | John King Sooo Wants the Boston Bomber Not be “WHITE”

  1. Ametia says:

    You were wrong, NOW APOLOGIZE.

    CNN’s John King: Boston blunder ‘embarrassing’


    GTFOH TJWALKER. No excuses. John King needs to apologize. Nobody gives a flying fuck if John King is EMBARRASED.

  2. Ametia says:

    New, Higher-Resolution Image of Boston Marathon Suspect Emerges
    April 18, 2013, 11:13 pm

    Shortly after finishing the Boston Marathon this week David Green, 49, was walking to meet friends when two bombs exploded in front of him as he faced east on the corner of Fairfield and Boylston Streets. He snapped a photograph with his iPhone before rushing to help those wounded.

    He posted it to Facebook with an account of his experiences.

    On Thursday, when the Federal Bureau of Investigation released images of the two suspects in the blast, Mr. Green’s friends began to notice a figure in the bottom left corner of his picture that closely resembled one of the suspects.

  3. Ametia says:




  4. rikyrah says:

    Michael Skolnik@MichaelSkolnik
    just saw FBI photo without blurred faces. suspect #2 put backpack down right next to Martin Richard, who is in the photo.

  5. rikyrah says:

    Awesomely Luvvie @Luvvie
    If they’re brown, none of our asses gon have peace if we stand next to finish lines ever again. If they’re white “oh it’s just these 2 ppl”
    5:25 PM – 18 Apr 2013

  6. rikyrah says:

    john miller @deaconmill
    The corporate media has a problem. They are under orders not to use the phrase “RW domestic terrorism”. “Lone wolf” is acceptable. For 2?
    7:53 PM – 18 Apr 2013

  7. rikyrah says:


    A word from Don
    By Chipsticks

    So John King is apoplectic that people are questioning if he’s a racist or not, too bad, he signed up for it when he went on national t.v. and said the Boston bombing suspects were black….I mean dark skinned. Let me tell you what I didn’t sign up for, I didn’t sign up to be followed around a department store, I didn’t sign up to have women clutch their purses as they walk in my direction, I didn’t sign up to hear the sound of car doors being locked as I crossed the goddamn street with bags of groceries in both arms, I didn’t sign up to walk in a bank to get some money out of my account and have the teller walk in a back room with my I.D. and have me wait for twenty fucking minutes just to get money out of my account, I didn’t sign up to have some white guy ask me I if was from this country just because I knew who Leon Panetta was, I didn’t sign up to have a realtor question me about my credit score and whether or not I’ve ever been arrested before I could finish saying hello, I didn’t sign up to have a waiter tell me the food in the restaurant I was in was expensive before he gave my wife and I the fucking menu. I’m not telling you these things because I’m looking for sympathy, I’m just telling you about the shit that the average black man has to put up with, so when John King gets upset at getting called out for an error he made, he should get on his goddamn knees and pray to his god that he doesn’t have to go through the same bullshit that the average black guy walking down the street does. Am I angry, hell yes, have I given up hope about the idea that a person should be judged by the content of their character and not the color of their skin, hell no.

  8. rikyrah says:

    By the time corpmedia’s done whitesplaining the suspects they’ll be two kids who just left a pot of mom’s gumbo out in the sun too long.
    — eclecticbrotha (@eclecticbrotha) April 18, 2013

  9. rikyrah says:

    Source of that description was a senior government official. And I asked, are you sure? But I’m responsible. What I am not is racist.
    — John King (@JohnKingCNN) April 18, 2013

  10. parvenu says:

    I grew up in Greater Boston, and John King’s family roots were known in those days as “shanty Town Irish”, (the Kennedy’s were known as “lace Curtain Irish”) – so there is little wonder at King’s wish that the CNN ID of the Marathon Massacre would be a “Dark Skinned Male”.

    • Ametia says:

      If I had been standing as close to John King yesterday as I was standing next to him in Charlotte for the DNC last year, I would’ve punched him in the face.

  11. roderick2012 says:

    CNN has been attempting to become Faux News light for a few years now, but that trend has accelerated since Zuckerman took over the helm especially with that piece of trash wannabe newsman Jack Trapper.

  12. Ametia says:

    Wednesday April 17, 2013
    The Most Busted Name in News – Exclusive and First

    John Oliver and Jessica Williams share an exclusive, possibly credible report of an unconfirmed arrest in the Boston Marathon bombing. (02:52)

  13. Ametia says:

    Boston Marathon Bombing Media Errors Pile Up, as Does the Outrage
    by Michael Moynihan Apr 18, 2013 4:45 AM EDT

    The reporting errors out of Boston after the marathon blasts are piling up—and so is the finger-wagging on Twitter. But isn’t the outrage here a bit selective and dishonest?


    On Wednesday, for 45 minutes, CNN viewers of were told that multiple sources had confirmed that a suspect in the Boston Marathon terror attack had been identified and taken into federal custody. The sources were wrong. The Associated Press followed suit, but it doesn’t have a cable channel, minimizing the humiliation. Likewise, The Boston Globe reported that the suspected perpetrator was caged and en route to federal court. Countless others reported variations on the story, with minor differences.

    The reports were quickly challenged by NBC and other sources—and then gracelessly walked back by all who “broke” the story. The Internet, never short on moral outrage, collectively raised its pitchforks, offered lessons in journalism (on Twitter), and admonished CNN. On Wednesday it was cable’s last-place news network that would be the punching bag.


  14. Ametia says:

    “and I want to be very careful about this because people get very sensitive when you say these things — I was told by one of these sources who’s a law enforcement official that this was a dark-skinned male,” – John King, CNN

  15. Ametia says:


    Here’s hoping the Boston Marathon bomber is white
    The hunt continues for the Boston Marathon bomber, or bombers. As the complicated investigation continues, Americans anxiously await news of his ethnic identity. If the suspects are Muslims it is sure to exacerbate social tensions. And if the bomber is white? Some are hoping the attacker or attackers are just that — for the sake of social cohesion and America’s well being.

    David Sirota argues in Salon that the suspects’ racial identity will “dictate what kind of governmental, political and societal response we see in the coming weeks.”

    He writes: “That means regardless of your particular party affiliation, if you care about everything from stopping war to reducing the defense budget to protecting civil liberties to passing immigration reform, you should hope the bomber was a white domestic terrorist. Why? Because only in that case will privilege work to prevent the Boston attack from potentially undermining progress on those other issues.”

    Anti-racist campaigner Tim Wise writes that if the suspects are white it will have no bearing on how white people in general are treated, pointing to 50 examples including Oklahoma bomber Tim McVeigh and Olympic Park bomber Eric Rudolph.

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