CNN Caught! TV Screen Suddenly Goes Dark After James Clapper is Asked a Tough Question

When a CNN news analyst asked former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper a tough question, something he’s not akin to getting on liberal media channels, the TV screen suddenly went dark. How convenient!

In the video, just before the screen goes blank you can see Clapper has the “a deer caught in headlights” look on his face.

100% FED Up notes the subtitle running across the screen when Clapper’s feed was lost claimed: “there was nothing wrong with what the Obama administration was doing by unmasking anyone they wanted to unmask for the sake of trying to spy on political opposition.”

Text released last Fall show that Clapper ordered the takedown of President Trump’s then-National Security Advisor, retired General Michael Flynn. Flynn’s lawyer released information that a follower with the Twitter handle TecnoFog retweeted:

James Clapper told WaPo reporter Ignatius to basically “take the kill shot on Flynn.”

 

During an interview with CNN’s Don Lemon, Clapper appeared unnerved after being asked about the “sharp turn” the Russia hoax had taken into being a criminal case, one in which he is implicated. At that time, Clapper feigned innocence, but one viewer noted in a tweet:

@DGPurser: I’m no expert, but when I watch Clapper, I see a guy scared out of his wits, trying to remain cool, calm, and collected – and failing miserably!! The screws are tightening. He has every reason to be afraid!

Watch the video of Clapper and judge for yourself if he is afraid the walls are closing in on him.


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