- Leaked Footage Shows CNN Producing Fake News During First Gulf War
by Cathal Haughian, https://beforethecollapse.com/
Leaked footage has emerged of Charles Jaco when he was the CNN anchor made internationally famous for heroically covering the 1990 Persian Gulf War.
The first part of this video shows the stage set he was on while he clowns around with fellow CNN staff. The Saudi Arabian “hotel” in the background is adorned by fake palm trees and a blue wall in a studio. This clip was leaked by CNN staff.
The second part of this video is a live CNN satellite feed recorded onto VHS showing the final cut. Charles Jaco is wearing a different jacket, but he had the same act. Even though the acting is terrible as Charles Jaco puts on a gas mask, and his fellow correspondent Carl Rochelle gropes for a helmet—the American public were manipulated and duped en masse. The sirens and missile sound effects are part of the stage set. The camera never pans out or shows the sky as they appear terrified of chemical weapons being dropped from on high.
And yes, Charles Jaco was a reporter for CNN and then worked as a reporter for FOX 2 NOW in Saint Louis, Missouri.
According to Johnathan Shaw, who recalls watching this footage live in 1990, “This makes me sick. He’s taking credit along with Carl for being heroes. Worse than that, I was in college at the time. People had family fighting over there and were glued to the television praying for their loved ones. I hope Trump repeals the law that the U.S. can use propaganda on its citizens. I wish soldiers saw this at the time. I’m sure they’d have a lot to say to both of these guys. Dude keeps saying he smelled propellant and that’s why he used his mask. The more I think about this, the angrier I get.”
Here’s a recent clip of “Fake News” coming from Syria, it appears the budget for fake news has increased or costs have dropped. The reporter requests a mattress to sit on while waiting to talk to the CNN anchor. One can notice this clip is more realistic, almost surreal, as the reporter arranges gunfire as background noise for his live interview with Anderson Cooper. Notice how the footage is presented by CNN, you get the impression a battle is raging with civilians being burnt to death, but actually there’s just a guy standing calmly in the freezing cold in the dead of night. The last clip shows him smiling and smirking in a comfortable apartment as he decries “they can’t get any help. They’re shooting at ambulances.”