Skip to comments.ViacomCBS channels air almost nine minutes of 'I can't breathe' video [including kids’ channel Nickelodeon]
Posted on 06/01/2020 6:23:39 PM PDT by Stravinsky
Many of the ViacomCBS-owned TV channels observed eight minutes and 46 seconds of silence on Monday to recognize the importance of the protest movement sparked by the death of George Floyd.
The channels included Comedy Central, Nickelodeon and MTV, which aired a video showing the words "I can't breathe" on the screen with a haunting audio of someone breathing.
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Another mega-media operation penetrating the American psyche.
I’ve noticed the media doesn’t run a lot of video of the destruction caused by the riots, because they “consider it too inflamatory” but they run this video over and over and over again, including on FOX.
Too bad it is not eight years and 46 days of just silence...
This is all orchestrated by the Democrat party as part and parcel of Obamas plans.
The Democrat party are treasonous insurrectionist and were having our Venezuela moment RIGHT NOW
Demagogues gotta demagogue.
I bet they returned to their depraved programming after.
If a person can not breath then a person can not say, ‘I can not breath’.
But facts mean nothing to emtional leftists.
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