Coincidence? Coverage flips to background music as Trump labels Clinton “founder” of Islamic State
Paul Joseph Watson
August 8, 2016
Video from Donald Trump’s speech last week in Daytona Beach shows ABC News cutting the live fed as Trump begins to talk about Hillary Clinton’s connection to ISIS.
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“Take a look at Orlando, take a look at San Bernardino, take a look at the World Trade Center,” states Trump, before adding, “And we let ISIS take this position, it was Hillary Clinton that….she should get an award from them as the founder of ISIS. That’s what it…”
ABC News’ live stream coverage then immediately cuts out and goes to background music.
The video comes back in but with Trump muted before returning to full coverage.
While the media has repeatedly bashed Trump for his spat with Khizr Khan, whose Muslim son died in Iraq fighting for America, and used it to portray Trump as Islamophobic, Hillary’s support for policies in Libya and Syria that led directly to the deaths and displacement of hundreds of thousands of Muslims has been absent from the national conversation.
That may be about to change however, with Julian Assange’s promise that soon to be released Wikileaks emails will prove Clinton had a role in arming ISIS.
This is not the first time in recent weeks that a major network has mysteriously cut the feed when negative revelations about Clinton are being discussed.
Last month, CNN reporter Brianna Keilar began talking about Hillary’s support for anti-crime legislation in the 90’s which contributed to the “mass incarceration” of black people before the video was immediately cut.
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This article was posted: Monday, August 8, 2016 at 7:40 am