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CNN Contributed to a 230K Fundraiser for a Single “Mom” Facing Eviction…Turns Out She’s Not Single or “The Mom”

Unfortunately, I must notify you that CNN is once again propagating false information.
This time, though, it is costing them a lot of money.

CNN featured a woman who was about to be evicted owing to the moratorium’s expiration.
Thy explained that she was a single mother with three daughters who had created a Gofundme to pay her rent.

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Dasha Kelly, a single mother facing eviction due to unpaid rent, says in the video, “You know it’s happening when we start talking about it… it’s bringing all of my emotions.”

If you’d want to help, go to https://t.co/g7j4QuRk4b pic.twitter.com/FFYIjDvVe2 — OutFrontCNN (@OutFrontCNN) August 2, 2021

However, there is a flaw in this story.

To begin with, the woman is not single.
Then there’s the fact that those aren’t her children.

Whoops.

Nonetheless, later, radical Rep. Cori Bush tried to join in by pushing a second CNN interview:

However, there is a flaw in this story.

To begin with, the woman is not single.
Then there’s the fact that those aren’t her children.

Whoops.

Nonetheless, later, radical Rep. Cori Bush tried to join in by pushing a second CNN interview:

As word of the hoax spread, CNN was forced to get off their asses and investigate the story they had previously shown and promoted TWICE.

However, it was too late.

Thanks to the phony CNN sob story, the Gofundme had already raised over 230K.

CNN recently publicized the narrative of a “woman” with three small children who was afraid of being evicted due to the federal eviction moratorium, according to Fox News. The leftist network even encouraged people to donate to a GoFundMe to help her pay her rent – but it turned out she wasn’t the mother after all.

Dasha Kelly was interviewed by CNN reporter Nick Watt last week for a piece about the recent eviction moratorium lapse. The three youngsters were referred to as “her” by him.

Kelly lost her job due to the coronavirus outbreak, and she can no longer afford child care, according to Watt, who showed her “little children” during CNN’s story.

Kelly, however, is not the mother of the three small children featured in CNN’s investigation.

Dasha Kelly stated to CNN after a CNN story about her possible eviction aired that she is not the mother of the three children portrayed in the story. CNN has confirmed that she looks after her children in her house for a period of time. She claims she originally portrayed herself as a mother to CNN because she feels herself to be a mother to them,” according to a correction posted to CNN’s web report.

“After CNN broadcast a report on her impending eviction, Dasha Kelly explained to CNN that she is not the mother of the three children shown in the article,” the online version of the on-air interview now begins with a disclaimer. Kelly was portrayed as a “single mom” from the opening.
GoFundMe has temporarily suspended the account as they investigate the situation.

CNN’s snake oil marketers have delivered us yet another phony propaganda narrative.

 

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Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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