(Tea Party PAC) – CNN is an absolutely ridiculous network. It’s the absolute worst of the worst when it comes to fake news.
They claim to be objective, but their own coverage and shameless propaganda begs to differ, every single evening.
So it’s always hilarious when someone manages to school them…on their own network.
A gun shop owner in Arizona was recently interviewed by the famously fake news network, and clearly knew just the shirt to wear.
Patrick Baughman or Against All Enemies Armory was recently interviewed for a segment on Arizona’s controversial facial covering mandate.
For the occasion, he donned a mock CNN shirt which replaced the “C” with the communist hammer and sickle.
Baughman made no mention of his hilarious wardrobe choice during the interview, but calmly explained that he requests customers remove their face masks before entering his establishment.
Baughman did not acknowledge his shirt during the exchange, but explained he makes customers remove masks before entering his store.
“We make any member, or any customer that’s walking through our doors remove their face mask. Again, that’s our pride,“ Baughman said, according to Infowars.
“So you make people remove the mask when they come in?” reporter Miguel Marquez asked.
“Absolutely. You do not shop my store without — with a mask on, period,” Baughman replied.
He explained that he also disagrees with the official numbers of coronavirus deaths being reported by heap authorities.
“But 150,000 people are dead! Over 150,000,” Marquez told Baughman.
“I definitely, definitely, don’t agree with that number that you just threw out there. I think there is… There are so many cases of fraudulent claims as far as how they’re reporting numbers,” he replied.
Following the segment, CNN anchor Alisyn Camerota couldn’t help but comment on Baughman’s shirt, weirdly calling it a “mixed message.”
“I couldn’t help but notice the t-shirt that Patrick was wearing, I guess for the very occasion of being interviewed on CNN. He–it was a mixed message, is all I can say,” Camerota said.
Was she previously under the impression that he thought CNN was a great pro-capitalist network?
Almost more hilarious than Patrick’s shirt choice was reporter Marquez’s claim that he actually liked the shirt.
“Yeah. He came out there in the Communist News Network t-shirt,” Marquez confirmed.
“We’ve heard that quite a bit out here in Arizona. And it was impressive. It was good colors, great shirt. I actually kind of thought it was cool.”
Glad there are plenty of Arizona residents who have no problem telling fake news outlets exactly how they feel about communist propaganda!