No, the CNN porn hub video is obviously not real.

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Some amusing footage from NSFW CNN has brightened the election mood a bit, but we are here to report that it is definitely not real.

The newscasters have been working tirelessly this election week as the race between Joe Biden and Donald Trump continues and CNN’s John King has become a celebrity in his own right.

On Friday morning, a stupid clip went on air that seems to show a message from the porn site Pornhub that appears on CNN’s magic wall.

The clip has been cleverly edited to look like King makes the message disappear quickly, and the result is quite humorous.

The video, uploaded from an unverified Twitter account, has no sound, and if you look closely, the pornhub notification doesn’t appear on the magic screen, but hovers, so to speak, above it, which makes it clear that it was cut into it.

CNN had Pornhub open ðððð #Election2020 #Vote2020 #CNNElectionpic.twitter.com/46zhaMM5DL

– Patrick (@PatrickSikler) November 6, 2020

Be that as it may, the fake clip loosens up the tense election mood, as Biden seems to be getting closer and closer to victory in an endlessly nerve-racking race.

The tweet was subtitled: “CNN had opened Pornhub”, and was liked almost 60,000 times at the time of release. By Friday morning, it had been viewed almost three million times.

Some people have posted that the clip is fake.

“Please stop sharing the fake CNN/Pornhub thing ffs,” tweeted journalist Jake Ball.

Please stop sharing the fake CNN/porn hub thing ffs.

– James Ball (@jamesrbuk) November 6, 2020

While comedian Natasha Rothwell joked: “The CNN video of the porn hub is fake, but it will live on as truth in my heart.

The porn hub CNN video is a fake, but it will live on as truth in my heart. https://t.co/D3iTB6jui0

– Natasha Rothwell (@natasharothwell) November 6, 2020

TV presenter Piers Morgan was embarrassed when he honestly presented the fake video, only to have legions of commentators mocking him for believing it.

Obviously this is a fake.
Still, it’s damn funny. https://t.co/T6Mbmyyr3K

– Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) November 6, 2020

Later he twittered: “Apparently this is a fake. Still, it’s damn funny.”

King is not the only presenter to have gained new popularity this week due to his impressive election coverage: MSNBC’s Steve Kornacki has viralized himself by performing extraordinary mathematical magic live on air and working for hours without sleep to keep the election coverage on his own magic wall.

Both King and Kornacki have built new fan communities on TikTok, with the #johnking hashtag being seen a million times and #stevekornacki receiving 561,700 hits at the time of release.

Currently, Biden has taken the lead in Georgia and is just ahead of Trump with over 1,000 votes in the early morning hours of November 6.

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