CNN Helped Raise 230K For Single “Mom” Facing Eviction…Turns Out She’s Not Single Or “The Mom”

CNN with fake news!

Again, CNN is reporting fake news. But, now, their lie was expensive, and their viewers paid the price with their money.

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CNN promoted a woman who was evicted because the moratorium expires. The network shared that one mother of three girls started a Gofundme so she could pay rent.

Below you can see the clip:

“You know it’s happening when we start talking about it… it’s bringing all of my emotions.”

Dasha Kelly is a single mom facing eviction over unpaid rent.

If you’d like to help, the family has set up a GoFundMe here:

— OutFrontCNN (@OutFrontCNN) August 2, 2021

The story has one problem. The first thing is that the mother wasn’t a single parent, and those aren’t her kids.
Radical Rep. Cori Bush attempted to promote the story by sharing a second CNN interview:

Once the fake news reached the public, people realized it was a fake one, so CNN had to get off their duffs and analyze and verify the story they have already shared twice in a row.

Gofundme raised more than 230K because of the CNN promotion.

Fox News reported that CNN shared fake news about the single mother of three children, nervous about being evicted amid the federal eviction moratorium. The network promoted the Gogundme to raise as much money as possible for the mother who wasn’t even a mother at all.

Nick Watt, a CNN reporter, talked with Dasha Kelly about the story. He spoke about the children as ‘’her little girl’’, concluding that they could end up on the streets. Watt shared that Kelly doesn’t have a job. She recently lost it and can’t feed her kids due to the coronavirus pandemic.

But, after all, it turned out Kelly wasn’t the children’s mother.

Dasha Kelly announced that she wasn’t the mother of the children, as CNN reported. In fact, she took care of the kids for a particular time. Precisely because of that, she referred to herself as a mother because that was what mothers do.

The online version of the interview now starts with: “After CNN aired a story about her potential eviction, Dasha Kelly clarified to CNN that she is not the mother of the three children featured in the story.”
Gofundme has frozen that account until they investigate the case thoroughly.

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