In the clip, posted by Venezuelan journalist Elyangelica Gonzalez, channel transmission is seen going dead and service providers pull the plug.
The passport fraud allegations are aimed at the Venezuelan embassy in Iraq, with a CNN report alleging that Venezuelan Vice President Tareck El Aissami was involved in granting 173 passports, including to members of Lebanese group Hezbollah – a designated terrorist group by the US.
The country’s National Telecommunications Commission (Conatel) hit back and accused CNN of “defaming and distorting the truth” after dropping the channel.
Venezuelan Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez dismissed the claims at a press conference on Wednesday.
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She accused the whistleblower behind the leak of being an "agent in the service of international intelligence agencies”.
She also alleged the have links to Venezuelan opposition groups.
CNN responded by making their channel available on YouTube free of charge and issued a statement blasting the Venezuelan Government.
"At CNN en Español we believe in the vital role that freedom of press plays in a healthy democracy," it read. "Today the Government of Venezuela pulled our television signal, denying Venezuelans news and information from our television network, which they have relied upon for 20 years.
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"CNN en Español will continue to fulfil its responsibility to the Venezuelan public by offering our live signal on YouTube free of charge and news links on CNNEspanol.com, so they may have access to information not available to them in any other way.
"CNN stands by our network's reporting and our commitment to truth and transparency."
The sanction on the channel comes amid rising tensions between Venezuela and America with the US Treasury Department sanctioning Vice President El Aissami for allegedly trafficking drugs.
Adding to the tension was Donald Trump, who tweeted a photo of himself meeting Lilian Tintori, the wife of jailed Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez.
But the President’s disapproval of the news broadcaster did not wane, with him suggesting once more that it broadcasted “fake news”.
He tweeted on Wednesday: “The fake news media is going crazy with their conspiracy theories and blind hatred. @MSNBC & @CNN are unwatchable. @foxandfriends is great!”
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