Buzzfeed Breaks News: CNN Targeted Wrong Video Meme Maker

CNN reporter/journalist Andrew Kaczynski targeted the wrong online video meme creator according to liberal Buzzfeed.

CNN has targeted Reddit meme generator HanA**holeSolo as the source of President Trump’s WWE vs. CNN logo wrestling gif that shook the entire social media world. But now, we are learning they possibly chose the wrong person to out.

Is it possible that CNN has opened themselves up to legal proceedings by threatening an American citizen by outing their real name? Did they give out the wrong online ID?

Source: Buzzfeed

According to BuzzFeed, “one user pointed out that what Trump tweeted wasn’t actually HanA**holeSolo’s GIF.” Trump’s gif included both video and audio – whereas the Rebel smuggler wannabe’s gif did not include audio. Furthermore, the original HanA**holeSolo gif “was shorter, had a different aspect ratio, and had a WWE logo in the corner…Not even the colors are processed in the same manner… HanAssholeSolo’s GIF has an NTSC aspect ratio, because it was cut directly from a taping of analog Westlemania footage. Trump’s video has an aspect ratio of 16:9.”

BuzzFeed continues:

Someone downloaded the GIF that HanAssholeSolo originally posted to Reddit. Then that person cropped it to better fit a video player like Facebook or YouTube. Then they went through the effort of syncing it back up with audio from the original clip. Then that person put it somewhere where Trump or one of Trump’s people could see it and download it. Then whoever found the video version had to get it to Trump’s phone.

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