CNN tweets saying Waukesha parade attack was caused by ‘a car’ that drove through parade

CNN tweets saying Waukesha parade attack was caused by ‘a car’ that drove through parade

On Sunday, CNN was roasted for tweeting out that the parade massacre was caused by “a car” and not the Black Lives Terrorist. All over the media world, they are scrambling to re-write the narrative of Darrel Brooks.

As most of the world knows except for the Libtards that only watch liberal news like CNN; know that Darrel Brooks was charged with intentional homicide after he drove his red SUV through a crowded street parade, claiming six lives with many more still in the hospital in ICU. The victims ranged in age from 8 to 81.

On Sunday, CNN tried to blame the responsibility of this horrific attack on Darrel Brooks’ vehicle, once again making no mention of the Black Lives Terrorist.

“Waukesha will hold a moment of silence today, marking one week since a car drove through a city Christmas parade, killing six people and injuring scores of others,” the tweet reads.

The comments section quickly lit up with users roasting CNN for blaming the car and not Brooks.

Jeryl Bier noticed how CNN changed their headline after all the online backlash.

CNN can never be trusted anymore and this is just another example of how this fake news network has become a propaganda outlet for the Libtards.
Joe Rogan calls CNN’s Don Lemon a ‘dumb motherf—–‘ for doubling down on ‘horse dewormer’ bullshit

Joe Rogan calls CNN’s Don Lemon a ‘dumb motherf—–‘ for doubling down on ‘horse dewormer’ bullshit

‘You can’t allow people to say things that are absolutely untrue when you have a f—ing news organization,’ -Joe Rogan

Joe Rogan quickly took to the airwaves to go after CNN’s Don Lemon after the anchor once again tried to sway the libtards that watch CNN about the “Horse dewormer” lies.

No matter what CNN tries to spin and pass as lies. The CDC actually has guidelines on the use of “Ivermectin”

CDC Recommendations for Overseas Presumptive Parasite Treatment

RegionArtemether-lumefantrine (malaria)Praziquantel (Schistosoma)Albendazole (soil-transmitted helminths)Ivermectin* (Strongyloides)
Africa, non-Loaloa areasRecommendedRecommendedRecommendedRecommended
Africa, Loa loa areasRecommendedRecommendedRecommendedNot Recommended
AsiaNot RecommendedNot RecommendedRecommendedRecommended
Middle EastNot RecommendedNot RecommendedRecommendedRecommended
Latin AmericaNot RecommendedNot RecommendedRecommendedRecommended

https://www.cdc.gov/immigrantrefugeehealth/guidelines/overseas-guidelines.html