Virulently Misogynistic Nigger Morgan Freeman Sends Kike Lawyer After Jew CNN

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
May 30, 2018

So the oppressed black is hiring an oppressed Jew to sue the oppressed Jew-run CNN for an article by an oppressed feminist.

Let us introduce you to the players in this greatest of games.

Oppressed multimillion dollar nigger actor Morgan Freeman (runaway slave finally granted freedom by Barack Obama in 2013)

Oppressed millionaire Hollywood Jew lawyer Robert Schwartz (escaped gas chamber by climbing out the chimney)

Oppressed feminist journalist Chloe Melas (receives hundreds of images of roast beef in her inbox daily from Gamergate)

Oppressed billionaire Jew CNN chief Jeff Zucker (escaped gas chamber by walking backwards)

Looks like we’ve got ourselves an old-fashioned rodeo.

In the final showdown, we will finally find out which is the worst oppression of all:

  1. The Holocaust
  2. Slavery
  3. Rape culture

The final revelation is expected to blow your mind worse than Westworld plot twists.

Hollywood Reporter:

Morgan Freeman’s lawyer has asked CNN to retract its report about sexual misconduct allegations against the actor.

The 10-page legal letter, obtained by The Hollywood Reporter (below), is addressed to Jeff Zucker, president of CNN, and claims the story has defamed and “inflicted serious injury” on Freeman’s reputation and career.

“At a minimum, CNN immediately needs to issue a retraction and apologize to Mr. Freeman through the same channels, and with the same level of attention, that it used to unjustly attack him on May 24,” reads the letter from attorney Robert M. Schwartz. “CNN also needs to retract the portions of the story that concern Lori McCreary and apologize to her for defaming and injuring her.”

Freeman’s lawyer said they have begun an investigation into the story and shared some of the findings of their review:

Of the three people CNN identified as being a “victim,” the first, CNN’s own Chloe Melas, had no reasonable basis to have interpreted what Mr. Freeman said or did at the Going In Style interview last year as having been directed at her or as any form of harassment. The videotape confirms that his statement had nothing to do with her and was not harassing. And an independent third party, the Warner Bros. Human Resources Department, investigated her claim and concluded that it was not supported by the facts.

The second person CNN identified, Tyra Martin, has gone on record twice since CNN published the article to state that CNN misrepresented what she said to CNN and that Mr. Freeman did not harass her.

The third person CNN identified, Lori McCreary, told CNN that Mr. Freeman never harassed her. And as to CNN’s gratuitous sideswipe at Ms. McCreary herself, yet another independent party investigated the claim when CNN raised it, and found it to be meritless.

Ms. Melas baited and prodded supposed “witnesses” to say bad things about Mr. Freeman and tried to get them to confirm her bias against him. Thus, no reader of the article can have any confidence that any of the anonymous sources, which make up the balance of CNN’s article, can be relied upon at all.

In response to the letter, a CNN spokesperson said in a statement to The Hollywood Reporter: “The unfounded accusations made by Mr. Freeman’s lawyer are disappointing and are difficult to reconcile with Mr. Freeman’s own public statements in the aftermath of the story. CNN stands by its reporting and will respond forcefully to any attempt by Mr. Freeman or his representatives to intimidate us from covering this important public issue.

In a follow-up statement to THR, Schwartz added: “We presented CNN with objective evidence, including videotapes and on-the-record denials by the claimed ‘victims,’ that the alleged incident that gave rise to the story never happened. We proved to CNN, beyond any doubt, that the whole story was built on fakery. The credibility of the entire CNN attack on Mr. Freeman has now been undermined. And in choosing to ignore all of the evidence that we presented, CNN has confirmed our concerns about its reporters, its lack of oversight, and its gross misconduct in unjustifiably attacking Mr. Freeman.”

Okay so.

The real issue at stake here is black people vs. women.

Jews are just mediating the dispute.

Freeman clearly thinks that because he is black, he has the ability to claim racist against the (mostly white) women who have accused him of sexual harassment.

So this case – and I mean this semi-seriously – will decide whether or not black men or white women are higher on the ladder of oppression.

It is a major match in the Oppression Olympics, as it were.

HOWEVER

The Jewish issue is not totally irrelevant to this. Although Freeman has a Jew lawyer, he is demanding that Jeff Zucker, a very powerful Jew, effectively admit that he printed fake news.

So if I had to guess, I would expect the woman to win this round.

So far, metoo has won every battle except Aziz Ansari. And that wasn’t solely due to the fact of brown privilege, but because the accusations themselves were very flimsy. What’s more, the publication that originally printed them was not CNN, and no retraction was ever demanded – Aziz’ own business associates simply made the decision not to punish him.

Freeman has already been fully punished, with all of his ad deals being canceled and talk of various other punishments coming down the pipe.

We shall see…

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