Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Many views of CNN recently have been explosive about how they try to silence any sort of discussion that goes against their political narratives, but this evening live on CNN one reporter dared to bring up many facts about how Hillary Clinton contributed to the massive incarceration rates of African-Americans in the 1990’s stating: Remember Hillary Clinton has some vulnerabilities herself even as she calls for criminal justice reform because of her support in the 1990’s for anti-crime legislation that ultimately helped contribute to this era of mass incarceration that she now speaks out agai- She is then cut off by CNN and the anchor claims: We just lost Brianna Keilar… The mass incarceration of African-Americans can be attributed to the anti-crime bill that Bill and Hillary Clinton tried so hard to push–former President Clinton even went as far as to say that the crime bill he signed into law in 1994 deeply worsened race relations and the nation’s criminal justice system by increasing prison sentences. CNN continuously shows time and time again that they have absolutely no concern for any facts or evidence that makes their poster-child Hillary Clinton look bad. It can easily be said that other news stations such as Fox News and ABC News also have a clear political bias in the types of stories they cover and how they cover these stories, but there hasn’t been reports of a single situation where they cut a reporter off for reporting on facts. It is unclear whether this was a true “signal loss” case or CNN trying to silence the discussion against Mrs. Clinton; however, it is obvious to anyone who is capable of critical thinking how and why CNN and Hillary Clinton would benefit from this unexpected signal loss at the perfect time. CNN has been referred to by critics and Republican Nominee Donald Trump as the “Clinton News Network” and this is clear evidence that they are deeply rooted into trying to convince their viewers that Clinton has never done wrong.