Angry suspicions flare when crazed CNN street interviewee turns out to be ex-cameraman

After the 2016 election coverage, the network has lost all credibility.

After an interview with a supposedly randomly selected #NotMyPresident protester many people have accused CNN of staging the entire thing.

“I need Hillary to stand up right now, walk in, and… sue the United States of America,” the man, later identified as John Grkovic, told the CNN reporter covering anti-Donald Trump protests.

“I believe in you Hillary. I’ve been to Rwanda. I’ve been to your hospital in Rwanda. I’ve seen all the good you’ve done,” he continued.

Grkovic repeatedly played the race card as he told black reporter Ryan Young “Back when black people….right, they couldn’t vote, right? How many years ago your vote would’ve been one-third? Guess what: today it still is, today right now it still is,” likening the Electoral College to the disenfranchisement of black voters.

The interview was so bizarre, it got the attention of actor James Woods, who openely mocked the exchange. But, the controversy didn’t end there.

When the interview ended, CNN anchor Don Lemon outed the man, and perhaps, the sham.

“Ryan you know I used to live there and I know that guy. That’s John Grkovic. He actually went to Africa with me as a cameraman,” Lemon said.

An online resume proved what Lemon said.


And his IMDB page showed that he has worked as crew for many TV shows and even appeared as an actor.

After former CNN employee Donna Brazile was outed giving Hillary Clinton debate questions in advance and other CNN employees were caught by Wikileaks soliciting questions for interviews with GOP candidates from the Democrat National Committee, many on social media were not willing to call this interview a coincidence.

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