A new video released by a citizen journalist shows a behind-the-scenes look at a CNN video crew on the streets of London. It appears to show them coaching and coercing the protesters, leading to allegations they faked a protest to fit their chosen narrative. The ‘protesters’ were holding signs saying “ISIS will lose.”

CNN and other left-wing media outlets always seem to go into overdrive after a terrorist attack by pushing talking points that all Muslims are not terrorists. Although no one really needs to be reminded of this fact, it is still a staple of their programming. But this time, they went too far.

In this photo you can see a CNN producer coaching the protesters instead of just filming them:

And then the AP reported on it with a picture from this “protest,” in a close-up to make the crowd look larger:

And here is the video footage that aired on CNN:

In the video above you can see how the protesters were coached. The person who filmed this encounter also claims that Asian police officers were moved into the shot to replace white police officers:

Look, there are plenty of Muslims who hate terrorism. These networks don’t need to go to such lengths to create the narrative they want. Just report the facts.

CNN is in full damage control after this video started making the rounds. They released this overly aggressive statement:

But CNN dismissed the claim that it had staged the scene for any purpose outside of getting a clear shot on camera.

“This story is nonsense,” CNN said in a statement. “The group of demonstrators that was at the police cordon was being allowed through by officers so they could show their signs to the gathered media. The CNN crew along with other media present simply filmed them doing so.”

What do you think? Did they fake this protest?

It should also be noted that this isn’t the first time they have been caught faking news. Back after the election they got caught interviewing their own cameraman as an over-the-top Hillary Clinton supporter. Don Lemon, ironically, called them out on live TV for faking news.

(H/T Mark Antro, who shot the video)