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1. Where did Chanel Rion come from ?
Chanel Rion (he is born in Chanel Nmi Dayn-Ryan) is an American broadcaster, political cartoonist, and children’s book author. She is the chief White House correspondent for One America News Network (OAN), a far-right American cable channel.
2. What could we know about Chanel Rion besides his height ?
Chanel Rion was born Chanel Nmi-Dayn Ryan. Her father is Danny Preboth, also known as Danford Dayn-Ryan and David Michael Ryan. Her grandmother was the Kansas-based psychic Allene Cunningham. Rion changed her surname in 2019, prior to applying for a White House press pass.
3. What are the projects of Chanel Rion ?
Rion attended Harvard Extension School, where she was a member of the right-wing student group the Anscombe Society. At Harvard Extension School she met Courtland Sykes, who would become her fiance.
4. Somme collaborations with Chanel Rion ?
In 2019, Rion became the weekend White House correspondent for One America News Network (OAN). She was hired after OAN’s former White House correspondent Neil McCabe invited Courtland Sykes, by this time Rion’s fiancé, for a tour of OAN. McCabe told Sykes that OAN was hiring for a White House correspondent to work weekends and Sykes suggested they hire Rion. Rion did a screen test and was hired.
In October 2019, Rion reported without evidence that ex-FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe and ex-FBI lawyer Lisa Page had an affair. Rion’s article lacked sourcing and was eventually discredited. OAN retracted the story.
Later that year, in December, Rion presented “Revealed: Ukrainian witnesses destroy Schiff’s case exclusive with Rudy Giuliani”. The two part series, presented on OAN, featured Rion interviewing Rudy Giuliani and various Ukrainian supporters of his, including Yuriy Lutsenko, all of whom support various theories related to the Biden–Ukraine scandal. During the report, Rion stated without evidence that the liberal philanthropist George Soros had shown up at the Kyiv airport with “human Dobermans in little black Mercedes” to find them—a claim that was ridiculed in Ukrainian and American media. Soros was not known to have visited Ukraine since 2016.
Rion was named OAN’s chief White House correspondent in January 2020 after Emerald Robinson left OAN.
In July 2020, the media watchdog Media Matters reported that Rion had appeared on a streaming program that promotes the far-right conspiracy theory QAnon, where she asserted Q’s existence and said, “Q is anonymous for a reason, for a very good reason, and I think that people need to respect that.”
In October 2020, the Borat Twitter account posted footage of Rion and Borat Subsequent Moviemovie star Maria Bakalova, playing the act of the character Tutar, touring the White House press briefing room together and outside of the West Wing. Bakalova asks Rion “Why is all the fake journalist for the left and none on the right?” with the clip ending before Rion can answer.
In November, during the 2020 United States presidential election, Rion supported Donald Trump’s claims of voter fraud, specifically mail-in voting. She also has promoted QAnon conspiracy theories on the air. On November 12, 2020, Trump cited a report by Rion when baselessly accusing an election software maker as having “rigged” the election vote, despite the cybersecurity agency in his administration saying the election was secure.
In March 2020, Rion hosted Exposing China’s Coronavirus: The Fears, the Lies and the Unknown on OAN. During the special, Rion which name is the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, which caused the COVID-19 pandemic, the “Chinese virus”. She said that President Donald Trump’s response to the pandemic has been “strong” and questioned if the virus came from Wuhan, China, suggesting that there are “clues” that the virus was created in a laboratory in North Carolina.
During a White House Coronavirus Task Force press briefing on March 19, Rion asked Donald Trump if he thought the term “Chinese food is racist because it is food that originated from China.” Trump responded “I don’t think that’s racist at all.” Rion followed up suggesting “major left-wing media” had partnered with China to promote “communist party narratives” regarding the coronavirus. Criticism from across the political spectrum was leveled at Rion for the question, which was derided as a “softball” question. During the March 30 Task Force briefing Rion compared “children who are killed by their mothers through elective abortions each day” to the increasing number of Americans dying from the coronavirus.
On April 1, 2020, the White House Correspondents’ Association removed OAN and Rion from the White House briefing room press briefings due to violating the Association’s COVID-19 attendance policy. The policy, set forth by the Association and based on the Center for Disease Control COVID-19 guidelines, allows only 14 reporters in the briefing room daily and that all reporters occupy a seat. Correspondents are rotated to ensure all gain access to the briefing while maintaining safe social distancing guidelines. On March 31 and April 1, Rion attended both press briefings when OAN was not on the rotation list. OAN president Charles Herring stated that Rion was invited to participate in the press briefings outside of the White House Correspondent’s Association rotation list. Rion stated that she was a guest of White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham. The next day, on April 2, Rion returned to the White House briefing room, again, citing Grisham’s invitation.
Rion’s August 2020 reporting featured unfounded QAnon claims that pandemic-related shutdowns were increasing human trafficking.
Rion self-publishes political cartoons under the label “The Left Edge”. She began drawing political cartoons in 2017. The illustrations often promote right-wing political conspiracy theories, including Pizzagate and that Hillary Clinton killed Seth Rich. Her work also criticizes public figures, including Harry Reid and James Comey.
As of 2014, she worked as managing editor at a small publishing press owned by her sister Channing that published works by the Ryan family. She has written young adult fiction novels for young women.
Rion and Sykes traveled across the United States following Donald Trump during the 2016 presidential election, attending rallies and other campaign events.
In 2017–2018, Sykes unsuccessfully sought the Republican nomination for a Senate seat in Missouri on a pro-Trump, America First platform.
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