Fake News CNN Reported the Death of the WRONG Jerry Lewis (PHOTO)
CNN, you had one job. Instead of reporting on the death of legendary comedian Jerry Lewis, the embattled news network published a headline on the death of singer Jerry Lee Lewis’ “death.”
#FakeNews CNN wrongly reported singer Jerry Lee Lewis died instead of comedian Jerry Lewis.”
— Josh Caplan (@joshdcaplan) August 20, 2017
Jerry Lee Lewis III, son of the musician took to Twitter to point out CNN’s error.
My father did not pass. Thank you for thinking of us though. The great Jerry Lewis, actor and humanitarian passed. Lord let him RIP
— Jerry Lee Lewis III (@JerryLee3rd) August 20, 2017
How can we forget Jerry Lewis slamming Barack Obama and praising Donald Trump in an interview on World Over with Raymond Arroyo.
Lewis blasted Obama for his failed non-existent leadership.
“Refugees should stay where the hell they are,” said Lewis bluntly. “Hey, no one has worked harder for the human condition than I have, but they’re not part of the human condition. If 11 guys in the group of 10,000 are ISIS—how can I take that chance?”
Lewis is not alone in this feeling; as of last month at least 31 governors rejected President Obama’s push to accept Syrian refugees into their states. Reports of ISIS now having access to a machine that makes American passports and recent revelations of the holes in our vetting system, borne out in the horrific San Bernardino terror attack, are just a couple of the factors legitimizing such pushback from the American people.
Lewis then said that President Obama was “never prepared” for ISIS and suggested that he was not a real leader…
…The clip concludes with Lewis praising Trump for his “showmanship.”
“I think he’s great,” said Lewis of Trump. “He’s a showman and we’ve never had a showman in the president’s chair.”
“Well, we had Ronald Reagan,” Arroyo interjected.
“Well, that’s different,” answered Lewis. “You can’t make do a comparison on Ronald Reagan because I can do three hours on him with just praise, he was so good.”