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Old Tweets Show that Hack CNN Reporter Used to Hate CNN

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A former reporter at Glenn Beck’s failed The Blaze is taking heat for tweets that he posted a few years ago mocking CNN, the network for whom he now works.

“At what point does CNN not let people just make stuff up on the airwaves,” current CNN Senior Media Reporter Oliver Darcy asked in 2016. “One thing to argue for your guy, another to just invent things.”

Reporter Ryan Saavedra unearthed the tweets, including one that made fun of the network for overusing the “Breaking News” banner.

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“I seriously can’t remember the last time I looked up at CNN and didn’t see the ‘BREAKING NEWS’ banner,” Darcy wrote.

Darcy also sarcastically called out the network for reporting on a seaplane that almost landed on a whale.

“Some hard-hitting breaking news from CNN tonight:” he said. 

He also lambasted anchor Don Lemon for not knowing anything about firearms…

…and Kathy Griffin for taking her shirt off during live New Years Eve coverage with Anderson Cooper, before Griffin was dropped over a photoshoot holding President Donald J. Trump’s severed head.

Amazingly, Darcy has not deleted the tweets.

CNN was bitter about Saavedra’s sleuthing.

“Oliver was critical of CNN before, just as he is now,” a CNN spokesperson told Fox News. “CNN is a place where opinions and ideas are valued. And we encourage staff to share their thoughts about the organization – both positive and critical. While this might seem like an exotic concept to you, we’d headline it ‘Media Reporter Does Job.’ This is a nothing story.”

The formerly conservative journalist either had a massive change of heart, or he simply sold out to CNN. We’ll let our readers decide.

 

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Local Government Demands Christian Family SHUT DOWN Bible Study on Their Own Farm

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A Pennsylvania town has sent a cease and desist order to a family that held bible study sessions on its privately-owned farm.

“[Sewickley Heights] Borough leaders accused Scott and Terri Fetterolf of improperly using their 35-acre farm as a place of worship, a place of assembly and as a commercial venue,” wrote Todd Starnes.

The cease and desist was sent to the family in October 2017, and since then the Independence Law Firm has filed suit against the town.

“Government should not target religious activities for punishment, particularly when similar secular activities are permitted,” said Jeremy Samek, Senior Counsel for the Independence Law Center. “In America, no government can categorically ban people from assembling to worship on one’s own property.”

The suit alleges that the town is violating religious freedom, freedom of speech, freedom of assembly and equal protection laws, noting that other assemblies are permitted in the town for a number of different purposes.

“According to the lawsuit, the Fetterolfs were threatened with fines of $500 per day plus court costs for having Bible studies at their home, having meetings where religious songs are sung, conducting any religious retreats for church leaders or seminary students or conducting any religious fundraisers,” Starnes wrote.

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