Valerie Flynnsister-in-law of former Trump Administration National Security Advisor Michael Flynnfiled a $100 million allegation lawsuit against CNN.
The segment shows multiple QAnon conspiracy theorists discussing the election. QAnon Shaman Jacob Chaoned is one of them.
At one point during the meeting, attendees complimented O’Sullivan and others wearing masks.
In this segment, CNN cut into a video of Flynn with his family at What the Daily Beast report is the 4th of july barbecue.
The Flynn family in the video shared by CNN raised their hands as they repeated the phrase, “Where we come one, we go all.”
O’Sullivan, throughout the passage, points out that this phrase is commonly used by QAnonists.
– CNN Newsroom (@CNNnewsroom) February 5, 2021
According to Valerie Flynn, the video CNN shared about her and her family has nothing to do with QAnon, and it was edited to connect her with fringe ideology.
The Beast reports:
Valerie Flynn’s lawsuit alleges that CNN “selectively edited and altered” the clip, “making it falsely appear… that Valerie had pledged an oath of allegiance to QAnon.” The filing denied that Valerie was a follower of QAnon, adding that “CNN’s false attributions resulted in Valerie being scorned, ridiculed, and despised by the public.”
Flynn’s lawsuit also alleges that “Until she was blatantly smeared by CNN, Valerie enjoyed a reputation of impunity.”
Michael Flynn has appeared publicly with QAnon conspiracy theorists, but he was recorded by a frustrated lawyer Lin Wood in a phone call calling it a CIA-generated “disinformation” campaign. out.
“I find it completely pointless,” Flynn speak. “And I think it’s a disinformation campaign created by the left.”
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– Jan Bobrowicz (@janbobrowicz) November 28, 2021
Mediaite has reached out to CNN for comment on the lawsuit.
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https://www.mediaite.com/news/michael-flynns-sister-in-law-reportedly-files-100-million-lawsuit-against-cnn-for-associating-her-with-qanon/ Michael Flynn’s sister-in-law sues CNN for $100 million