CNN fired only Pro-Trump black commentator over bogus sexual harassment claim

According to former CNN contributor Paris Dennard, CNN let him go even after the sexual harassment claims against him were proven to be false. 


Just five days later, we all watched the Washington Post attempt to torpedo my career through a grossly inaccurate and purposely damaging article about an old claim. Four years ago, while working for the McCain Institute at Arizona State University, I was investigated in connection with a claim of harassment. As hurtful as the claim was, I knew the truth would be on my side.
After an automatic and long internal investigation, I was found not to have violated the university’s sexual harassment rules.
The Post was intent on stifling my rising national conservative voice by publishing a story deliberately mischaracterizing the findings of the four-year-old confidential investigative report from my former employer, which was apparently leaked to the newspaper (in violation of the University’s own rules on confidentiality and Arizona law).

Even more reprehensible was the fact that the Post refused to show me the confidential human resources (HR) report I had never seen, even as they asked me for immediate comment about it. It’s hard to see that as a coincidence, and I don’t, because it wasn’t.
It was a political hit job.
Indeed, the Post reached a conclusion in its story that differed markedly from the conclusion reached in the report, upon which they relied. As a result, every published article in response to the Post’s false hit piece remains fruit from the poisonous tree, and in response, I was immediately suspended, without just cause, from various media organizations for which I was a paid contributor, including CNN. Let me be clear, I did not sexually harass anyone.
It was a political hit job.
The fake news doesn’t care about documented evidence clearing my name years ago, or that the Post claimed exactly the opposite of the confidential report’s findings and ran a story with a deliberate clickbait headline that also purposely mischaracterized the findings to besmirch my character.
CNN’s own “investigation” could not substantiate the Post‘s claims. But what was  even more egregious than the Post‘s behavior was CNN’s blatantly disparate treatment of their only paid black, Republican, Trump-supporting political commentator — compared to a host of others who have never been immediately suspended and denied an opportunity to be booked on their network.
It was a political hit job.

Here is the tweet he claimed got him fired

Paris responded to Trump on Twitter

Isn’t it weird that the left will do all it can to attack African Americans who support Donald Trump? Obviously, the left has no argument if they  

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