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CNN Production Manager Openly Hopes for Trump’s Death

The media is supposed to be fair and balanced, right?

Then how do you explain CNN Field Production Supervisor Gerald Sisnette openly wishing for Donald Trump to die, “hopefully soon.”

So Much for Fair and Balanced

CNN would love us all to believe the network is only hitting Trump hard because that is where the facts are taking them.

You would have to be a complete moron not to recognize the open bias inside the organization, something that was completely exposed with a recent Project Veritas report.

As part of that undercover investigation into the bias of CNN, a hidden video was taken of some CNN staffers, including a conversation with Sisnette.

While discussing the Trump news narrative, Sisnette reveals his real attitude with PV’s undercover operative.

Gerald Sisnette: This is a story that is not gonna go away.

PV Insider: Oh, the Ukraine thing? Or Just Trump, in general?

GS: Trump in general. The only way this will go away is when he dies. Hopefully soon.

Not Taking It Lightly

This information is not something Americans should take lightly, and we know Trump isn’t either.

There have already been several reports that lawsuits are already in the works on Trump’s behalf over the bias and possible slander.

If you have not seen the Project Veritas report, I highly recommend you check it out, as it is simply mind-blowing as to what CNN President Jeff Zucker is demanding of his staff right now.

There simply is no way CNN can be considered a neutral news agency, nor should the network be allowed to host presidential debates considering its open position against Donald Trump.

It’s bad enough that Zucker wants to push the impeachment angle but to have one of his top executives openly wishing for the death of our president, well, that is simply unacceptable.

Sadly, this is the type of story you will not see covered in the mainstream media, though, so it is up to us to share it and expose CNN for the farce it truly is.

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