Death threats against CNN are nothing compared to the outrageous, repeated death threats against vaccine safety researchers

During a recent episode of his little-watched program, CNN host Don Lemon excoriated President Donald J. Trump for calling his network “fake news.”

After playing a montage of instances showing Trump making that charge in order to reinforce his point, Lemon then claimed that several hosts and employees at CNN had been threatened with violence — which he blamed on Trump’s “fake news” accusations (accusations which, by the way, just so happen to be accurate).

“When you make that baseless and incendiary charge, be aware that people are listening to you. Some very dangerous people,” Lemon said.

“According to a federal affidavit, the caller who threatened to kill CNN employees made his threat using these words: ‘Fake news. I’m coming to gun you all down.’ Fake news. I wonder where he got those words. And in the second call, ‘I am on my way right now to gun the f???in’ CNN cast down. I am coming to kill you.’

Well, that’s regrettable if it’s true, but two things: First of all, CNN is guilty of publishing and broadcasting “news” that was defamatory or negative to the administration and the president personally that turned out to be demonstrably false. Despite that, such fake news often enrages the far-Left base that is CNN’s core audience. Just ask House Minority Whip Steve Scalise, R-La., about that; he was nearly shot to death by one of them last summer. (Related: Seething hatred of left-wing media drives shooter to target congressional Republicans in attempted mass shooting,)

For another, how about all those times CNN’s fake news and distinct anti-Trump bias has inspired, say, D-list Hollywood actresses and “rappers” to simulate killing the president?

But aside from all of this, there are truly some heroic people other than Trump who are being threatened with their lives on a daily basis, and simply because they’re trying to get the truth out to the public about the dangers of vaccines.

Natural News founder/editor Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, spoke to one of them in an exclusive in-studio interview this week after reporting on Jan. 20: “In the last 48 hours, Dr. Suzanne Humphries, creator of the Honesty vs. Policy presentation and author of Dissolving Illusions — which expertly dismantles the most persistent myths of the pseudoscience vaccine industry — received a shockingly detailed death threat that promises a ‘suicide mission’ mass shooting at a public autism event.”

In recounting the horrific messages she was sent by one or more individuals, Humphries said one of the worst, more vivid threats involving snatching her off the street, taking her to a remote location and slowly torturing her to death.

Here’s an excerpt of the lengthy message she received [Warning: Graphic language]:

I’ve thought about how to do it for a while, and I have it pretty much down. I want to pull you off the road and torture you to death, but it’s just too f#cking hard to pull off. Another idea I had is when you’re doin one of your live things, I want to walk right to the door and shoot ya live on camera, so everyone sees you f#cking begging, c#nt, you’re gonna f#cking squeal so hard, cuz I’m gonna hit you in the chest, then the legs bitch, to make ya suffer before I finish you.

Humphries also said that the person or persons threatening her said he/she/they may just come to the autism center where she works and kill her live on camera, as well as everyone else in the building.

Why would anyone want to harm a double-board-certified physician — in nephrology and internal medicine? Because she could no longer stay silent about what she learned about vaccines.

And obviously, someone or several someones don’t want her talking about it.

Watch her interview with the Health Ranger here:

J.D. Heyes is a senior writer for and, as well as editor of The National Sentinel.

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