CNN’s April Ryan Pushes Insane Conspiracy Theory That Trump is Running a Child Trafficking Ring

Kirsters Baish| Conservativecash.us recently reported “on how CNN had falsely reported that one of the people they claimed Morgan Freeman ‘victimized’ with sexual harassment was blasting that as a false report. While the other reports have not been questioned or discredited and may well be true, CNN’s poor reporting once again made the situation worse.”

It seems like the once trusted news network didn’t make it through the day without another big problem. CNN correspondent April Ryan has been known to have said some pretty bad things about the Trump administration in the past. She has even made false reports about Trump’s White House. She just tweeted the following for all of her 336,000 followers to see.

It goes without saying that Twitter users were not amused by her tweet. Stephanie Grisham, First Lady Melania Trump’s spokeswoman, came forward to condemn Ryan for her allegations.

Grisham questioned, “If you’re a journalist w many followers & a @CNNPolitics contributor…is it ok to retweet any headline you want, regardless of if it’s true? Remember: ‘The core purpose of a journalist is to research, document, write, & present the news in an honest, ethical, & unbiased way.”

There was no support in the article to support the theory. All the article turned out to be was a lame attempt at trolling President Trump. The reason? Because some Conservatives have pushed conspiracy theories. The left has had their fair share of pushing conspiracy theories, to be totally fair. Take a look at the whole Russia investigation!

As written in The Root:

“Now it turns out that the Trump administration may have an equally implausible conspiracy on its hands: Is the administration involved in child sex trafficking or just white nationalism? Follow me down the rabbit hole and see for yourself,” Johnson says in the article, published Friday.

Now, of course, none of this means that Jeff Sessions and Donald Trump are part of some vast conspiracy to sell minority children to the highest bidder like some scene out of Taken 4: Bad Hombres. This could all just be a series of unfortunate policies and events. It could just be white nationalism at work, destroying black and brown families seeking a better life, and demonstrating a careless disregard for nonwhite children.

However, why be hamstrung by the facts, as bad as they are? Trump has shown America that you can get away with whatever salacious, ridiculous and unfounded conspiracy you want as long as you say it loudly enough and find enough other people to repeat it.

The entire thing is both opinion and conspiracy.

So then April Ryan says this:

This “journalist” shouldn’t have said these things in the first place, but the fact that she is now trying to justify what she said is really something!