CNN should change the corporate slogan again to “Narrative First” instead of “Facts First.”
It’s no wonder that these folks have moved away from “The Most Trusted Name In News” label.
They have replaced journalism with opinion — and to hell with the facts.
Since Monday, CNN has had “Trump’s racist tweets” on their chyron.
On New Day, CNN’s Alisyn Camerota badgered acting ICE Director, Ken Cuccinelli about commenting on the President’s Tweets instead of asking about the deportations that were to occur over the weekend or immigration policies.
But women who support President Trump? Well, they should be interrogated for their wrongthink or expelled from polite society entirely.
CNN’s Don Lemon, The Dumbest Man On Television™ has said that interviewing Kellyanne Conway, the first successful woman to run a presidential campaign, is “beneath the dignity of the network” because it would be “giving them a platform that they haven’t earned.”
Keep in mind @DonLemon said it was "beneath the dignity of this network” to interview Kellyanne Conway. "I feel like having someone on like that is giving them a platform that they have not earned.”
But yesterday, Richard Spencer. All good apparently. https://t.co/lLzimolaEA
— Steve Krakauer (@SteveKrak) July 17, 2019
The “dignity” of CNN?
On Anderson Cooper 360° last night, CNN decided to “ask” a group of Republican women what they thought of President Trump’s “racist” tweet.
They have framed the tweet as racist, despite the President backing off from the “go back to where you came from” statement and instead saying, “if you don’t like the country — leave.”
[As an aside, it cannot be denied that the “go back to where you came from” statement is indeed racist, but I actually don’t believe that President Trump meant it that way. If he did, he wouldn’t have said, “…and then come back…” As someone who has heard that horrible phrase to my face — incidentally, it wasn’t in the U.S. — racists don’t want you to come back. I’m also thinking that the man who received the Ellis Island Medal of Honor alongside Rosa Parks and Mohammed Ali isn’t exactly a closet white supremacist, either.]
But haters gonna hate and CNN is gonna CNN.
Anderson Cooper starts things off by saying that Randi Kaye was questioning Trump-supporting women about the President’s “racist” tweet.
When asked about the tweet, here is a selection of what the ladies said.
SHARON BOLAN: I’m a brown-skinned woman. I am a legal immigrant. I agree with him.
GINA O’BRIANT: I’m glad that the president said what he said because all they are doing is inciting hatred and division. He didn’t say anything about color.
RANDI KAYE: Let me just share with you the definition of ‘racism’ from Merriam Webster dictionary: ‘a belief that race is the primary determinate of human traits and capacities and that racial differences produce an inherent superiority of a particular race.’ Based on that definition, do you not think that what the president has been saying—
GOP WOMEN: (Interrupting) No!
RANDI KAYE: Do you think it’s just a coincidence that these four congresswomen that the president is going after none of them are white?
PEACHES MCGUIRE COATES: I don’t think it matters. It’s idiotic, what they’re saying, so it doesn’t matter if they’re black or white.
DENA MILLER: Why haven’t they befriended one of their white female Congresswoman colleagues and let her join the group? They don’t like white people. C’mon, they’re racist.
Watch the epic “jouranlisming” of CNN’s Randi Kaye:
"I don't think it matters. It's idiotic, what they're saying, so it doesn't matter if they're black or white."
Female Trump voters in Dallas, TX, deny any element of racism in the President's comments aimed at four Democratic lawmakers, all of whom are women of color. pic.twitter.com/wX3fouhHNy
— Anderson Cooper 360° (@AC360) July 17, 2019
She just can’t let it go because she is attempting to paint all Trump-supporting women as racist, or “racist-adjacent” which is just as bad, apparently.
Here’s the thing, though — they can’t keep saying that “Trump’s a racist” for criticizing “The Squad” because AOC is taking a page right out of Obama’s playbook. She claims that all criticism of her is racist, including the attempt at reigning-in of the freshmen Congresswomen by Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
So, riddle me this, CNN, is Nancy Pelosi’s criticism of The Squad make her racist, too?
Meanwhile, the Media(D) has completely ignored the repeated denunciation of racists and white identitarians by President Trump.
Here is President Trump denouncing white supremacists, the KKK, and neo-Nazis as “criminals and thugs.”
The Media(D) has created a narrative that the President said that white supremacists and neo-Nazis were “fine people” when that isn’t what he said at all. They have created what Scott Adams, creator of Dilbert, calls “The Fine People Hoax” and he’s been publicly debunking it since it began in 2017.
All you have to do, though, is watch a clip from CNBC of that media scrum and hear President Trump’s words in their entirety, which all of the talking heads on The Media(D) seem incapable of doing.
[In case anyone from The Media(D) is curious how I found this clip, I just used the search bar on YouTube’s homepage and searched “Trump Charlottesville” and Bam! it was the first video.]
They have to do this because in their NPC world, the Orange Man is bad, and so is anyone that is supporting him.
Good luck with this strategy in 2020.
All President Trump needs to do is feature a compilation of him denouncing racists.
Oh, look! Here’s one now:
President Trump has disavowed David Duke, white supremacy and the KKK for 17 YEARS!
The mainstream media has been LYING to you all. pic.twitter.com/3wQHtPRp0I
— Adrian Norman (@AdrianNormanDC) November 3, 2018
I guess CNN’s “journalists” are too busy shaping the narrative to find those clips.
We’ve all seen the dishonest games the left have played with the power they’re entrusted with, they’re obviously unworthy of that trust.
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