Rush Limbaugh totally destroyed CNN’s mystery audio that surfaced last night three weeks after the shooting death of “gentle giant” Michael Brown. The video was unverified but they ran it anyway.

Rush noticed something odd about the audio that completely escaped the journalists at CNN:
“There’s gunfire outside the window, and he’s not even fazed.”

Hat Tip Mara Zebest

CNN played the video over and over all day believing they had a new angle on the Michael Brown shooting.
It looks more and more like they got duped.
But it did fit their media narrative.

Transcript via The Rush Limbaugh Show:

RUSH: I mentioned in the previous busy broadcast hour that out of the blue a forensic audiologist has discovered a new audiotape of the incident in which the gentle giant was shot. This audiologist has been all over CNN all morning long and CNN’s been all over the story, and if I had to summarize CNN’s coverage, it would be “the gap is the thing.” See, apparently, folks, there’s a gap. The first six shots, then there’s a gap, and then there are four other shots. And I guess this actually surfaced last night.

We have a portion here of the anchor Don Lemon’s report of exclusive audiotape of the shooting of the gentle giant. The audio is said to be a man recording a video chat with a friend on his computer when the gunfire is taking place outside in the Ferguson neighborhood.

So, to set the stage, the gentle giant has just left the convenience store that he robbed — no. Let’s not do that. Forget the convenience store. Let’s go back to a very pristine beginning. The gentle giant and his friend are walking down the street on a beautiful Saturday afternoon in St. Louis. It’s 2:15. The gentle giant is on the way to grandmother’s house and is excited about his soon-to-begin college classes. And then he was accosted by a white cop who shot him, for no reason other than he was black.

He was shot in the back while running away with his hands up, surrendering. This was the original story that we had for five days. Now we’re told that somebody living nearby was conducting a video chat on their computer with a friend when the gunfire took place and this video chat, like FaceTime or Skype, whatever, picked it up, and the guy got hold of an audiologist and gave the audio of the chat to the audiologist, and now we think there’s a new piece of evidence. Here’s how it was reported.

LEMON: CNN cannot independently verify the authenticity of the tape and has reached out to the FBI for confirmation of their interview with the Ferguson resident who says he made the recording. Here it is, listen.

MAN: (web audio) You are pretty. (six gunshots in the background) You’re so fine. Just going over some of your videos. (four gunshots in background) How could I forget?

RUSH: So that guy was talking to somebody, telling them, “You’re so pretty. You’re so fine, just going over some of your videos,” and there’s gunshots ringing out the background. You heard the first six, then there’s a gap, then there’s four more. You want to hear it again? Yeah. Okay. Here it is again. I tell you what, Mike, just play it twice, so that people get it in their minds.

LEMON: CNN cannot independently verify the authenticity of the tape and has reached out to the FBI for confirmation of their interview with the Ferguson resident who says he made the recording. Here it is, listen.

MAN: (web audio) You are pretty. (six gunshots in the background) You’re so fine. Just going over some of your videos. (four gunshots in background) How could I forget?

(played again)

RUSH: That’s the strangest sounding thing I think I’ve heard. (interruption) I know, that’s my same reaction. I mean, here’s apparently gunshots going on, close enough that this guy’s computer microphone could pick ‘em up and he doesn’t even skip a beat. He doesn’t miss a beat. He’s so excited to be talking to this babe and watching this babe’s videos, there’s gunfire outside the window, and he’s not even fazed. And then, after a week or more goes by, then this guy realizes what he’s got and turns it over to somebody. That could have been anywhere. That could be in Chicago. That could be in Detroit…

 

 

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