CNN’s Don Lemon Claims It’s NOT REALLY HILLARY On Tape Of Her Laughing About Rape Victim


CNN’s Don Lemon has landed on an interesting way to deflect attention from the damning tape where Hillary Clinton laughs while discussing the rape of a 12-year old:

Pretend the tape isn’t real.

The biggest problem with that, of course, is that it’s 100 percent true and nobody – not even the Clinton campaign – has alleged it’s not a young Hillary Clinton on the tape.

Only CNN’s Don Lemon thinks it’s not really Hillary Clinton on the tape.

Our friends at The Washington Free Beacon uncovered the tape and it’s pretty clear who it is and what is going on:

So when CNN analyst and former Trump advisor Corey Lewandowski brought up the tape, Don Lemon’s reaction was simply amazing:

So the audio tape isn’t accurate?” Lewandowski asked.

“It’s a false accusation,” Lemon said, again ignoring the point Lewandowski was trying to make.

“It’s a doctored audio tape, that’s what we’re saying?” Lewandowski asked.

“It’s a false accusation, Corey. It’s not the truth,” Lemon said. “It’s not even clear that it’s her on the audio tape.”

“It’s absolutely her on the audio tape,” Lewandowski said.

“I would tell our viewers to go listen to it,” Lemon said.

Lemon continued to interrupt Lewandowski, insisting the claims were “false,” but it’s clear on the tape that Hillary is laughing.

Lemon also repeated the assertion that Clinton was appointed to the case without choice, when she in fact told Reed she defended the rapist as a “favor” to the prosecutor. PolitiFact did a fact-check later and concluded it wasn’t a contradiction for her to claim in later years that she had no choice but to take the case.

CNN has had numerous issues with reporting on the Clinton tapes. Anderson Cooper cast doubt on the same subject in May when Donald Trump supporter Kayleigh McEnany brought up the tapes. Cooper claimed CNN had never reported on them or authenticated them, but he was rebuffed shortly after by contributor Mary Katharine Ham.

Daily Mail reporter Alana Goodman (who was a Free Beacon reporter in 2014) uncovered the story. She weighed in unconditionally: