CNN Compares Terrorism to 'Lightning Strike,' Cuts to 'Breaking' Terror Attack

Chris Menahan
InformationLiberation
Feb. 08, 2017

Life comes at you fast.

From The Free Beacon:
A CNN anchor compared the abundance of terror attacks in recent years to random lightning strikes during an interview Tuesday, just before the network cut to "breaking news" of yet another terrorist attack that killed at least 20 people.

During an interview with Rep. Sean Duffy (R., Wis.) about President Donald Trump's move to halt immigration to the United States from countries deemed terrorism hotspots, anchor Alisyn Camerota compared the threat of terrorism to that of random lightning strikes.

Immediately following the interview, the network cut to "breaking news" about another terror attack in Afghanistan that killed at least 20 people and wounded another 50.
You have to click the links to see the videos, no one has uploaded them to YouTube in succession.

Here's a funny highlight:



The big difference between terrorism and being struck by lightning is you can't import lightning into your nation to make it less safe, nor can you deport lightning to make your nation more safe.

As Duffy said: "Lightning may be random, but this [terrorism] is purposeful and if the government could prevent lightning from killing people, we would. But if we can prevent terror attacks, and we can, we should."

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