CNN’s April Ryan DRAGGED For Tweeting Conspiracy Theory Claiming President Trump Runs A Child Sex-Trafficking Ring

CNN’s resident crackpot “analyst”, and White House correspondent for American Urban Radio Networks, April Ryan took a break from re-tweeting complements to post an article alleging President Trump runs a sex-trafficking ring. In the still up, and undeleted tweet, April Ryan linked to an article on race-baiting site “The Root” titled “Is the Trump Administration Running a Child-Trafficking Ring or Nah? Follow Me Down the Rabbit Hole”.

Ryan’s tweet caused outrage enough to catch the attention of Melania Trump’s Comms Director, Stephanie Grisham who took note of April Ryan’s more than 300k followers and remarked: “If you’re a journalist w many followers & a contributor…is it ok to retweet any headline you want, regardless of if it’s true? Remember: “The core purpose of a journalist is to research, document, write, & present the news in an honest, ethical, & unbiased way.”

Fox News Media reporter Brian Flood and Fox 5 DC reporter Britt McHenry also chimed in:

Unsurprisingly, Ryan attempted to double down in response to a Fox News article covering the controversial tweet, “So apparently fox just wants to slam me for clicks. and never read the article I retweeted either. Lol! So sad! Hello it said the conspiracies were unfounded. You just need me to hate. Thank you!!”

https://twitter.com/AprilDRyan/status/1000840416533544960


Brian Flood wasn’t having it:

 

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