YouTube Takes Down Video Of Conservative Journalists Making Fun Of CNN, But Don’t Worry You Can Watch It Here
Since President Trump was elected CNN’s coverage has been a conglomeration of Trump derangement syndrome and they have the crappy ratings to prove it. As most of us live our lives day to day, liberals consistently have full-blown panic attacks and there isn’t enough Xanax in the world that can help them. Their presidential primary candidates are the worst candidates at the very least in the modern era and they have no chance in beating President in 2020. As a result, Democrats and the press are doing all they can to hurt the President.
Doing the dirty work for the Democrats and trying to assist them in impeachment is CNN who has presented impeachment as RedState Journalists Bonchie put it, “some combination of Lincoln giving the Gettysburg Address and Washington crossing the Delaware.”
Deciding to have some fun, Tom Elliot founder of Grabien News put together a “supercut” of CNN’s impeachment rantings. You’ll notice a theme that every day during the impeachment proceedings is “historic.”
The video itself is hilarious but what really puts the cherry on top is that CNN got so pissed off by the video that they made a copyright claim to YouTube and got the video taken down.
CNN proves that they are just as much of a bunch of whiny cry babies as the Democrat party was after the 2016 election. However, Elliott may have an opportunity for a lawsuit because supercuts of news coverage are protected under fair use standers, meaning CNN has no legal right to have it removed.
Unfortunately, when Elliot protested YouTube told him he didn’t have a valid reason to file a counter-response. Elliot said, “Filed a counterclaim making that precise point. Youtube replied: “Unfortunately, it’s unclear to us whether you have a valid reason for filing a counter notification, so we won’t be able to honor your request.”
At least, for now, Twitter has allowed the video to remain available.
CNN had this supercut removed from YouTube … sensitive much? https://t.co/3NPy2X3M0m
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) December 6, 2019