Fake news CNN lionizes JFK’s serial adultery as “legendary” while criticizing an alleged romp between Trump and porn star Stormy Daniels

Tuesday, April 03, 2018 by

Day by day CNN continues to erode its credibility as a news source as the network’s bosses continue to allow #TrumpHate to guide their coverage.

In one of the most blatant displays of hypocrisy thus far, the network hailed late President John F. Kennedy’s string of infidelities after spending weeks savaging President Donald J. Trump over an alleged one-night stand with porn star Stormy Daniels a dozen years ago, long before he ever threw his hat in the ring for the Oval Office.

As reported by Fox News, in promoting “The Kennedys,” CNN lionized the 35th president’s philandering in a tweet as a “legendary love life” before asking teasingly, “Did one of his affairs connect him with the mob?”

“The tweet featured video detailing JFK’s relationship with actress Judy Campbell, who was allegedly intimate with the head of the Chicago mafia while also having an affair with the president,” Fox News reported.

In the words of one respondent, “Hypocrisy at its finest.”

Joshua Kendall, an author, said that “legendary love life” is a lousy way to phrase JFK’s serial cheating because it makes the dalliances sound “glamorous.” He attached a link to a recent op-ed in the Los Angeles Times headlined, “JFK may have been a worse philanderer than Trump. Does it matter?”

Well, of course it matters, and one could even argue that it mattered more to Americans in the early 1960s when Kennedy was serving — had they been told about them by the media, which knew but did not report such ‘tawdry’ and scandalous things back in those days. Also, Americans were much more religious back then.

Amber Athey, a media reporter for The Daily Caller, quoted the network’s promotional tweet, then wrote, “That’s certainly an interesting way to describe having numerous affairs while president. I think we need to get Anderson Cooper on this to find out if JFK was wearing a condom” — a reference to a question that Cooper asked Daniels when he interviewed her for CBS News’ “60 Minutes” program, which aired a few weeks ago.

Senior presidential advisor Stephen Miller channeled CNN asking, sarcastically, “Why does no one take us seriously when we constantly talk about Trump’s behavior with women?”

Cooper, CNN’s biggest star, also sat down with Playboy Playmate Karen McDougal to ask detailed questions about her alleged affair with Trump. The network has also spent a significant amount of time and resources poring over various details and aspects of the alleged affairs that included questions regarding intimate details.

However, JFK’s extramarital love life was, well, just “legendary.”

Fox News reported further:

Respected DePauw University professor Jeffrey McCall penned an op-ed for The Hill Friday headlined, “CNN lost its way in struggle to find an audience,” slamming the CNN Worldwide Jeff Zucker’s network’s obsession with women who have been friendly with Trump.

“CNN’s warped obsession with reporting about supposed adultery demonstrates a larger problem at the once-proud and groundbreaking channel,” McCall wrote. (Related: Stormy Daniels to ’60 Minutes’ — ‘I’m not a victim.’)

He also noted that CNN covered McDougal and Daniels much more often than the recently passed government spending bill, because the legislation “isn’t photogenic,” so it isn’t critical to Zucker’s strategy for network success like pre-presidential sex with a porn star and Playboy playmate.

“But was JFK’s love life really legendary? In actuality, JFK was an awful person in the bedroom who certainly would have been labeled a sexual predator in this #MeToo moment,” commentator Ben Shapiro wrote as he linked to a 2012 Daily Mail story that provided details about the time Kennedy forced an intern to publicly perform oral sex on an assistant in the White House pool.

And this was after Kennedy had deflowered her, according to National Geographic.

“Remember, this is the same network currently shellacking President Trump for bedding a porn star while married, and hosting her on the air to ask about Trump’s condom use,” Shapiro noted further.

Stay informed on all the media shenanigans at NewsFakes.com.

J.D. Heyes is editor of The National Sentinel and a senior writer for Natural News and News Target.

Sources include:

DailyWire.com

FoxNews.com

TheNationalSentinel.com



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