CNN’s Anderson Cooper conducts a bogus interview in front of blue screen background

The great thing about technology is that over the decades it can come back to you and bite you hard on the arse. This is exactly what is happening to CNN.
CNN became famous for its super under fire live broadcasts during the first Gulf War in 1991, when it sent its reporters (bullocks to that) to the front lines to cover the news in real time. In this live news report, for instance, it appears as though then CNN correspondent Charles Jaco and another reporter, Charles Rochelle, are indeed caught in the middle of an Iraqi scud missle attack during the broadcast.
During his pathetic broadcast, viewers can listen to the air raid sirens going off.

As the sirens go off, Jaco and the other reporter dramatically put on protective military equipment. Jaco puts on a gas mask while Rochelle grabs a military-style Kevlar helmet (why both wouldn’t have gas masks, since then-Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein had threatened to launch chemical weapons at coalition forces, is not clear – yet).

I suppose if I had watched this broadcast in 1991, I would have been convinced that that these two jokers were risking their lives to bring back news from the front lines.

So what about Sandy Hook?
According to radio and TV host Alex Jones, a close examination of Coopers Sandy Hook funeral broadcast, in which Cooper claimed, he was standing in front of a church in Newtown, at a funeral for one of the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.

A close inspection of the footage shows that, at one point, Cooper’s nose disappears, a result, Jones says, of using a so-calledblue screen that allows you to project a background behind the reporter, making it seem that they are in a specific

The great thing about technology is that over the decades it can come back to you and bite you hard on the arse. This is exactly what is happening to CNN.
CNN became famous for its super under fire live broadcasts during the first Gulf War in 1991, when it sent its reporters (bullocks to that) to the front lines to cover the news in real time. In this live news report, for instance, it appears as though then CNN correspondent Charles Jaco and another reporter, Charles Rochelle, are indeed caught in the middle of an Iraqi scud missle attack during the broadcast.
During his pathetic broadcast, viewers can listen to the air raid sirens going off.

As the sirens go off, Jaco and the other reporter dramatically put on protective military equipment. Jaco puts on a gas mask while Rochelle grabs a military-style Kevlar helmet (why both wouldn’t have gas masks, since then-Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein had threatened to launch chemical weapons at coalition forces, is not clear – yet).

I suppose if I had watched this broadcast in 1991, I would have been convinced that that these two jokers were risking their lives to bring back news from the front lines.

So what about Sandy Hook?
According to radio and TV host Alex Jones, a close examination of Coopers Sandy Hook funeral broadcast, in which Cooper claimed, he was standing in front of a church in Newtown, at a funeral for one of the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.

A further detailed inspection of the footage shows that, at one point, Cooper’s nose disappears, a result, Jones says, of using a so-called blue screen/green screen  that allows you to project a background behind the reporter, making it seem that they are in a specific environment or location.
Anyway I will not bore you with further details, please watch the videos and decide for yourself.



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