CNN iReport on CDC whistleblower spreads like wildfire, then censored
by Jon Rappoport
August 24, 2014
On August 22, a user named Bobby Dee posted a CNN iReport about the CDC whistleblower who states he cooked data to hide a vaccine-autism connection.
CNN iReports aren’t official CNN stories. They’re “user generated news…opinions belong to the submitter.”
Well, Bobby’s submission, as Celia Farber reports at truthbarrier.com, rocketed to 45,232 views in a matter of hours. 178 comments, 17 thousand shares.
Then it was axed, removed, deleted.
CNN printed the usual tired explanation. The iReport had been “flagged.” It was “in violation of iReport’s policy.”
Translation: Lots of people cared about the report, wanted to read it, it was getting more action than a great deal of what CNN calls news—and it implied something was wrong in the Holy Temple of the Vaccine.
So CNN axed it.
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