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CNN: Undetected Asteroids Could Threaten Earth During Government Shutdown

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Two CNN correspondents claimed during an episode of The Leadwith Jake Tapper that an asteroid could potentially threaten the Earth if the government shutdown continues.

CNN correspondent Tom Foreman recalled the time NASA could not monitor “potentially dangerous asteroids” for over two weeks, implying that NASA would not be able to prevent an asteroid attack if it hit Earth while the government shut down.

“In space, that same year, for more than two weeks, NASA reportedly stopped monitoring potentially dangerous asteroids. A big one, by the way, is expected to brush by Earth on February 4th,” Foreman noted.

Forman and CNN anchor/chief Washington correspondent Jake Tapper were discussing how federal employees foregoing paychecks and government-funded ventures affected by the government shutdown would impact the economy.

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http://www.breitbart.com/big-journalism/2018/01/21/cnn-undetected-asteroids-threaten-earth-government-shutdown/

 

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A government shut down is a political power play and nothing more, and those whom are causing it should be held for treason! end of story!!

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If they detected an ELE asteroid with or without the govt shutdown....what the he'll could nasa do about it?

Nothing

CNN....STFU

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12 hours ago, Cinnamon said:

Two CNN correspondents claimed during an episode of The Leadwith Jake Tapper that an asteroid could potentially threaten the Earth if the government shutdown continues.

CNN correspondent Tom Foreman recalled the time NASA could not monitor “potentially dangerous asteroids” for over two weeks, implying that NASA would not be able to prevent an asteroid attack if it hit Earth while the government shut down.

“In space, that same year, for more than two weeks, NASA reportedly stopped monitoring potentially dangerous asteroids. A big one, by the way, is expected to brush by Earth on February 4th,” Foreman noted.

Forman and CNN anchor/chief Washington correspondent Jake Tapper were discussing how federal employees foregoing paychecks and government-funded ventures affected by the government shutdown would impact the economy.

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http://www.breitbart.com/big-journalism/2018/01/21/cnn-undetected-asteroids-threaten-earth-government-shutdown/

 

CNN = "The Most Busted Name in News" - Best James Earl Jones voice.... 

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Asteroids can't be trusted, and are clearly just circling the sun quietly waiting for the right opportunity to break orbit and barrel into earth and kill us all off.  The asteroids are monitoring earth constantly and will undoubtedly see this as the golden moment for one of them to fry us all.

CNN knows this asteroidal fact and is just trying to save us all.

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Talk about fear porn......

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14 hours ago, Oregonian said:

If they detected an ELE asteroid with or without the govt shutdown....what the he'll could nasa do about it?

Nothing

CNN....STFU

Nods. lol

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The whole thing stemmed from who was to blame for the shutdown. lol  If you were left, it was Trump's fault, thus if we got obliterated by an asteroid, it would be his fault. 

Now, I ask you did you see the right blaming the left for an asteroid potential? Nope.  And there, my friends, is the classical difference between people who are cray cray and who are not. 

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There are many people out there looking for asteroids as a hobby..  

Bit of fear porn from CNN

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