See Anderson Cooper’s Nose Disappear
News and TV is called a “program” because it “program” you to believe what the oligarchs want you to believe. Just in case you thought it was real, this is a classic.
Published on Jan 21, 2013. Original CNN footage. Watch the nose of Anderson Cooper. It disappears due to a set up that is not real, that was obviously done on a green screen. You can hear the editing “click sound” where they edited Anderson Cooper into the shot.
You can also notice where he is looking is in the wrong place right after the click sound, then they adjust his gaze to the corrected spot, this is when you hear the “click sounds”. This is from editing in and forgetting to mute the sound in the edit to make it one smooth shot.
Also note that at 21 seconds their gazes are in wrong place to one another, this is where editors messed up! (notice the 2 clicks sound) beginning and end of where it was clipped together… (they might both be in the same location on a green/blue screen but it does not explain why it looks like a split screen).
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