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CNN Isn't Running This Story - Clintons Hoping To Bury It

A major news network is refusing to broadcast any stories about a man who claims to be Bill Clinton’s illegitimate son, according to the Drudge Report.

The conservative website alleged Wednesday that “CNN boss Jeff Zucker has directly ordered network staff not to cover shocking allegations made by Arkansas resident Danney Williams.” A CNN source reportedly told Drudge that Zucker “thinks it is a ridiculous hoax.”

The website declared that “when it comes to Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, there are no depths to which CNN will not sink, (but) when it’s a story that’s damaging to Hillary Clinton they’re as silent as can possibly be.”

Williams is seeking to prove he is Bill Clinton’s son by calling for the former president to take a DNA test. While the mainstream media continue to ignore the man’s claim, tabloid newspapers have covered the story since the 1990s, according to the Conservative Tribune.

In April, former Arkansas highway patrol officer Buddy Young said he was one of two cops who received $400 to drive Clinton and Bobbie Ann Williams to a house. The woman, Danney Williams’ mother, allegedly was a former prostitute.

“I always felt bad about Bill Clinton not wanting to be in my life,” Danney Williams said in a video that went public on Monday. “Was it because I was black? Was there something wrong with me? It made me think sometimes even of suicide. It’s not fair and it has been hurtful. Hillary, please do not deny I exist. I am your stepson.”

Source: Conservative Tribune

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