CNN Removes Reporter Diana Magnay from Israel After She Calls Criminals Who Cheered Gaza Bombing, then Threatened to Destroy Her Property, “Scum” in Tweet

The following correspondence originally took place upon the Facebook wall of fellow emcee, Tru Leo…

CNN correspondent, Diana Magnay, reporting live from Israel during Gaza invasion

CNN correspondent, Diana Magnay, reporting live from Israel during Gaza invasion

Tru Leo: CNN Removes Reporter Diana Magnay From Israel-Gaza After ‘Scum’ Tweet:
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/07/18/cnn-diana-magnay-israel-gaza_n_5598866.html

Rayn: I give this reporter props. In reality, MOST of humanity does not look kindly upon crowds of cowards cheering at the massacre of innocent civilians. Yet, in this case, such despicable behavior is magically acceptable? Never! And, since when did threatening others with destruction of their property for not speaking how you want them to magically stop being a criminal act? Never! So, why was this reporter penalized by her job for simply publicly posting her feelings about being victimized into censorship by this cheering mob? Would CNN prefer that their reporter sympathize with those who initiate aggression against her, instead? That’s laughable!

The lamestream media is a total joke. They are completely out of their depth when it comes to reporting the Truth, and should just stick to propagating the sorts of toxic Pentagonian lies that lead to illegal wars of aggression (such as: imaginary WMDs in Iraq, and the Kuwaiti incubator hoax).

Tru Leo: I definitely don’t look to mainstream media for truth unless it concerns it’s own agenda. Easy to see where they stand.

RaynBehind TV Analysts, Pentagon’s Hidden Hand:
http://www.nytimes.com/2008/04/20/us/20generals.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0

Tru Leo: Thanks

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