It’s no secret CNN has spent the last year trying to scare anyone that will listen to them.
From the race riots to the pandemic, CNN has and continues to play on the American public’s fears.
And now a CNN reporter has lost their mind and called the police on everyday Americans for this insane reason.
Randi Kaye, a reporter for fake news CNN, reported live from Tampa Bay during Super Bowl weekend.
According to Kaye, what she saw greatly “disturbed” her.
What did she see?
Americans enjoying the Super Bowl by crowding into bars, having a few beverages, and not wearing masks.
Kaye reported, “If you look at the scene, behind me you can see that a lot of people are here. They’re gathered. They’re already cheering for their favorite team. They’re outside. So it’s considered to be safer. And they are allowed to be here. They’re only supposed to take their masks off while they’re eating or drinking. But you can see quite a large crowd. Certainly not all in one single family or one single household that are mixing.”
According to Kaye, she was so terrified that she wore two masks even though there is absolutely no science to back up the idea that wearing multiple masks makes you any safer.
Kaye also admitted to being a snitch and told viewers that she whined to police officers about why they were not enforcing the city’s mask mandate.
“There were some police there, but we’re unsure about citations. I spoke to the Tampa police, and I asked them, ‘What are you doing about this?’ A lot of people were very concerned,” Kaye reported.
Seems the police didn’t want to act as a nanny state and hand out fines to people that were innocently celebrating a sporting event.
“If you’re not wearing a mask and you can’t safely social distance, you could be fined up to $500, but that’s being largely ignored by many here in the city,” Kaye continued.
CNN was infuriated by Florida rejecting the idea of lockdowns and mask mandates because it proved their coronavirus hysteria was based on voodoo and not real science.
It’s clear that to CNN, the Super Bowl was nothing more than an opportunity to try and create more fear among Americans for doing nothing more than living normal lives.