CNN’s “Trump-Hater” Poll Doesn’t Go Quite As Planned

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In a cringe-worthy but laughable moment which shows CNN’s bias and solidifies their status as “fake news,” the outlet tried to conduct a “Trump-hater” poll. But it didn’t quite go as the leftist propaganda outlet planned. CNN hasn’t tried to hide their mission of kicking Trump out of office, and they’ve done what they can to discredit him. They’ve used sensational headlines and hidden important information in the bottom of articles hoping no one reads their nonsense for that long.

But in an epic and humorous turn of events, the leftist outlet couldn’t even get their viewers to express their distaste for Donald Trump. The poll states, “Should Trump be investigated for obstruction of justice?” The simple question is posed with an unflattering image of the president. As of Monday morning, 2,711,228 votes had been cast. The verdict? 70.2% said “no,” just 29.8% said “yes.”  Oh, snap!  How do you botch a poll this epically? Well, be CNN, and push propaganda and fake news.


A screenshot taken by The Daily Sheeple of CNN’s live poll.

CNN did make sure that they noted that the results of this “survey” weren’t scientific. Unlike phone polling? Which also only tallies opinions. Can we all just take a moment and realize who is laughing at whom here?


Sometimes mainstream media is so glaringly obvious in their bias and attempts to brainwash by pushing propaganda. There’s no question anymore as to whether CNN is a legitimate news source or not. They have sealed their own fate as “fake news.”

What could be easier than getting someone to admit they hate President Donald Trump? Not much, yet CNN managed to botch their own “Trump-hater” poll, which ended up showing support for the president by a landslide. Had Hillary been elected, we’d be reading articles by CNN with so much sugarcoating and added saccharine that most of the country would be diabetic by now.

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  • NonYo Business

    As with any digital poll… There is no shortage of paid for disinfonauts, actors, or Troll army. I dont believe in any poll. Why should popular opinion sway my own thoughts? Thats all they’re good for. Think like us, the poll says. Be a part of the group!

    • g.johnon

      more like be a part of the hive. the usa was established as a constitutional republic with a constitution designed to protect the sovereign individual from the will of the mob.
      it has been hijacked and turned toward “democracy” which basically is mob rule.
      why have we the peepls tolerated both this leftoid bullshit and this neocon fascism?
      when are we going to stop tolerating horseshit?

      • Lewie Paine

        Socialism makes a lot of promises. Safety, abdication of personal responsibility, free shit…

        It’s a siren call each generation can’t resist. And it plays perfectly for the controllers.

        • Phil_Ossifer

          Each generation has to learn the hard way that there really ain’t no such thing as a free lunch. But usually, by the time they figure this out, they’re in too deep to back out and that’s what the controllers count on.

          • Robindventers

            my best friend’s step-mother makes $85 hourly on the computer . She has been fired from work for nine months but last month her pay check was $17089 just working on the computer for a few hours. see it here ++++++++++

    • The best part about digital polls is that the pollster can create the entire thing sitting at their desk without having to speak to a single pollee.

  • TrevorD

    Incredibly funny and tragic all at the same time. CNN the great example of a dying irrelevance to an awakening world.

  • Kendoaz

    I think most Americans just want the Russia collusion debacle to end, so America can move forward with important issues.

  • RandyJ/ProudSurvivor

    IF…the results of CNN’s poll are actually representative of a majority of their average users, they’re as good as dead.

  • elbustaroyjetspeekerson

    2.7 million votes, huh? Wow. Those three die-hard “Never-Not-CNNers” they have left for a viewing audience were biz-ZEE last nite, stuffin’ the poll……….

  • Err Amerika

    CNN somehow continues, yet RT, a network actually distributing the TRUTH, is condemned as “Russian propaganda.”

    Disregard, because the 4th of July is right around the corner….

    • Assuming that the reports that the long awaited collapse doesn’t occur on July 1st, as predicted.

    • RandyJ/ProudSurvivor

      That’s because today the truth, just like morality, is relative, existing in a perpetually fluid state.

  • renee ciccioni

    I don’t care for CNN I prefer RT.

    • Unfortunately RT has been discredited by its name among many.

      • renee ciccioni


        • Since I have found that I find the veracity of foreign reports to be far greater than domestic ones, I’ll usually go with them first. When it involves video, I’m a sucker for hot women, and Russians are my favorite.

          • renee ciccioni

            Yeah I feel like learned something after watching RT.

          • I’m not much for videos and I haven’t had a television since 1987, but the text that washes down is usually interesting if not useful.

  • Simon says

    is anything CNN puts out Scientific in any way, shape or form? Thought they only reported butt hurt feelings..Cognitive Ninny Network

    • Phil_Ossifer

      The use the term “scientific” because it sounds, well, really neat and implies a level of credibility far beyond any other poll. In truth, CNN wouldn’t know a true “scientific” poll if it bit them in the ass.

      • Scientific is the wrong word to use when discussing surveys or polls.
        The correct terminology is statistically significant, like the pharmaceutical writers use.

        • Phil_Ossifer

          Agreed, but “scientific” is a nice, short and simple word with positive connotations. “Statistically significant,” while accurate, is a cold, clinical term that leaves most people scratching their heads. It’s all about manipulation of perception.

          • It always has been, and will be, until the ignorants are cured of their ignorance.

    • They are very much psychosocially ultraliberal. Does that count?

      • Phil_Ossifer

        Don’t forget the associated condition, RCI (recto-cranial inversion).

  • SP_88

    The big story here is that CNN had 2.7 Million viewers. It is quite surprising that so many people actually get their fake news from them.
    What’s more likely is that they only have about 100K viewers, and the rest of them are people who just happened to see it and decided to give them their two cents.
    CNN reminds me of when someone dies in a movie, and it takes them twenty minutes to finish dying while they give their goodbyes and farewells to everyone in a dramatic fashion. CNN has been in a death spiral, struggling for relevancy in a society that has woken up enough to realize that they are the ones putting out nothing but fake news, hit pieces and propaganda. Their bias is blatant. Their network is on life support and it’s time to pull the plug.

    • elbustaroyjetspeekerson

      Better yet, pull the plug on your T(ranquilization)V(ehicle)s. BETTER better yet, take ’em all up on the roof and THROW THEM OFF.

  • randy wellman

    maybe there IS a God afterall!

  • N. Subramanian

    CNN’s Original Sin is not trying to overthrow a duly-elected President. The Sin lies in believing that a “Yes” / “”No” Opinion rather than facts on record or a given situation or Diplomatic needs or compulsions and so on, is what decides Administrative action.
    Why have an election and why have all the various agencies of governance when for a fraction of that price, a TV Network can be run to collect Opinions and make decisions ?