This Is CNN

“The most trusted name in news” has become a pathetic joke. In its zeal to bring down Republicans in general and Donald Trump in particular, they have stooped to quoting “unnamed sources” and “anonymous tips,”  which is code for Obama holdovers leaking information to harm the administration. They behave like spoiled children at press briefings when they are not given the deference they feel they’re entitled to. It’s gotten to the point the briefings are no longer daily nor televised.

James O’Keefe from Project Veritas has done yeoman’s work for years exposing the Left for the liars and frauds they truly are. He taped a CNN producer admitting the Trump/Russia collusion stories are “mostly bullshit.”

Project Veritas Captures CNN Producer Saying Russia Reporting Is ‘Mostly Bulls**t’

Three journalists quit CNN in fallout from retracted Russia story

Reporter Thomas Frank, editor Eric Lichtblau and executive editor Lex Haris all resigned from their positions following a company-wide investigation into the single-sourced story that was quickly debunked, The Washington Post first reported. CNN quickly followed up with a story of their own on the resignations.

Lichtblau reportedly oversaw the false story, while Haris headed up CNN’s investigative unit.  In the retraction, the network said the story “did not meet CNN’s editorial standards.” The network is now requiring approval from two top editors before any Russia-related story can be published.

CNN Brags About Ratings After Undercover Tape Released

CNN is bragging about the network’s ratings shortly after an undercover video showed one producer claiming they cover Russia so heavily because it helps their ratings.

CNN seemed to think it was good timing to attack President Trump Tuesday morning for misrepresenting the network’s ratings and remind people they had their “most-watched second quarter in history.”

POTUS Trump Responds to Latest O’Keefe CNN Bombshell Report

“So they caught Fake News CNN cold, but what about NBC, CBS & ABC? What about the failing @nytimes & @washingtonpost? They are all Fake News!”

CNN’s Jim Acosta Breaks Press Briefing ‘No Cameras’ Rule and Takes Picture of Sean Spicer

No cameras were allowed in the White House press briefing on Monday, but CNN’s Jim Acosta broke the rules and took a picture anyway.

The liberal press pool act like children in the briefing room.  At one point, CNN’s Acosta opined:  “Why are the cameras off, Sean, why did you turn them off? Can you just give us an answer to that? Can you tell us why you turned the cameras off? Why are they off?”

This is what CNN has become…


Filed under Donald Trump, Fake News, James O'Keefe, News Media, Project Veritas

10 responses to “This Is CNN

  1. Pistol Pete

    Delingpole: Buffett’s Vice Chair – Al Gore Is ‘An Idiot’ Who Just Got Lucky Obsessing About ‘Climate Change’

    Al Gore has come into you fellas business, Munger said. “He has made $3 or $400 million in your business. And he’s not very smart. He smoked a lot of pot as he coaxed through Harvard with a gentleman’s C. But he had one obsessive idea that global warming was a terrible thing and he would protect the world from it
    Meager explained: “So he found some partner to go into investment counseling with and says we’re not going to have any (carbon dioxide). But this partner is a value investor and a good one. So what they did is, is Gore hired staff to find people who didn’t put CO2 in the air. Of course that put him into services. Microsoft and all these service companies were just ideally located. And this value investor picked the best service companies. So all of a sudden the clients are making hundreds of millions of dollars and they are paying part of it to Al Gore.


  2. Pistol Pete

    Unlike Any Other: Clinton Maintains High Unfavorability Post-Election

    “Typically, losing candidates’ favorable ratings improve because political independents and supporters of the opposing political party grow to view the candidate more positively after the election. However, this has not happened for Clinton,” according to Gallup.

    The research pointed out that many of Secretary Clinton’s appearances since the election have not been well received by the public, which has “viewed her comments as shirking blame for her loss.”


  3. Pistol Pete

    The Banana Republic of Illinois

    Last week, Illinois House Speaker Mike Madigan endorsed a $5 billion annual income tax hike. This would be the largest tax increase of any state in years. Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner has blocked new taxes for three years but is now under intense pressure from the Springfield political machine to agree to the revenue heist.
    This is a state that is now $14.5 billion in arrears whose bonds have been downgraded to near-junk bond status, and that is losing its most valuable resource: its businesses and citizens. Small business contractors have to wait six months or more to get paid.

    Back in 2013, then-Gov. Pat Quinn, a Democrat, followed the advice of economists like Paul Krugman of The New York Times and raised taxes on the very wealthiest residents of the state. He argued that the superrich in Illinois could easily afford to pay a bigger share of the tax load and no one would leave.
    Moody’s Investors Service cited the state’s overwhelming pension debt level as a contributor to the poor credit rating and negative outlook. In November, the state reported having $130 billion in unfunded pension liabilities, but Moody’s calculates that level of pension debt as twice as high, or $251 billion. A recent Hoover Institution analysis estimates Illinois’ pension funding ratio to be 29 percent, the lowest level in the United States.


  4. Pistol Pete

    Two House Democrats And A Staffer Under Review By House Ethics Committee

    Two Democratic members of the House of Representatives are under review by the House Ethics Committee for alleged wrongdoing.

    Rep. Ben Ray Lujan (D., N.M.) and Rep. John Conyers (D., Mich.) are both being reviewed by the committee for different issues, Politico reports.

    Lujan is being investigated in connection with the Democratic sit-in on the House floor a year ago. Lujan is being accused of having his campaign profit off the protest by using images of himself on the floor in campaign donation solicitations. Using any image of a member on the House floor for campaign purposes is illegal.
    Conyers’ case involves his former top aide, Cynthia Martin. Martin allegedly refused to return $16,500 that was mistakenly routed to her bank account. Martin was charged and pled guilty to a misdemeanor and was placed on leave. The Committee is reviewing her departure from Conyers’ office.

    “From April to August 2016, Cynthia Martin received compensation from the House of Representatives at a time when she may no longer have been working for the House,” the complaint against Martin said. “If Ms. Martin accepted compensation that was not commensurate with the work she was performing, then she may have violated House rules and standards of conduct.”


  5. Pistol Pete

    Dem Congressman Admits Obamacare Failing His Constituents

    Rep. Tim Walz (D., Minn.) admitted last month that Obamacare was failing his constituents and went against the Democratic National Committee (DNC) in the process.

    Walz, who voted in favor of Obamacare, is now running for governor in Minnesota. In a video from last month, Walz claimed that he went against the DNC by saying that he was not going to tout the party’s message on Obamacare as Democrats were under fire for the law.


  6. Pistol Pete

    Advice To Help Our Beloved Democrat Friends Win In 2018

    Since we conservatives humiliated Felonia von Pantsuit last November, it’s been all winning, all the time, from Neil Gorsuch to crushing the liberal climate cult to appointing a Defense Secretary nicknamed Mad Dog who prioritizes annihilating jihadists over making the infantry more welcoming to people confused about whether they are boys or girls. But that’s unfair to the Democrats – as our liberal friends teach us, our success belongs to them too, just like everything else we earn, build, or create belongs to them too.
    Democrats are always offering Republicans helpful advice, like “Run away from the guy who beat The Smartest, Most Qualified, And Smartest Woman In The History Of Ever!” and “Reach across the aisle so we can grab your hand and drag you into our reeking cesspool of institutional progressivism!”


  7. Pistol Pete

    Maxine Waters Hurries Past Protesters Following Town Hall Meeting

    Protesters yell, ‘TRAITOR’ as she escapes out a back door into a waiting SUV, surrounded by security and police.
    Congresswoman Maxine Waters, aka Welfare Queen Maxine, held her second town hall in Gardena, CA

    …For twenty minutes after her town hall, she could not escape from the building. She tried exiting one way, but we caught her off guard. As soon as the police walked out, then rolled back in, announcing “She’s not coming out.”

    What is it, Maxine? I thought you weren’t afraid of anybody!” I taunted.


  8. Pistol Pete

    LIMBAUGH: SHH, SHH… Don’t Tell Anybody. Black Unemployment Lowest In 17 Years Under Trump

    “Black Unemployment Is at the Lowest Level it’s Been in 17 Years.” Subheadline: Donald Trump is doing what Barack Obama never would. Unemployment among black Americans ages 16 years and over fell to 7.5% in May, its lowest level since December 2000.


  9. Pistol Pete

    Napolitano: Fmr. Attorney General Lynch Could Face 5-10 Years in Prison

    Senate probes improper communication between former AG and Debbie Wasserman Schultz

    If emails exist between Lynch and former DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz improperly discussing the Clinton email investigation, the former attorney general could be charged with “misconduct in office,” a felony carrying five to ten years in jail, the Fox Business contributor stated.