Written by DML
CNN has taken an absolute beating by President Donald Trump and his supporters. We take shots at the pro-Hillary news network every chance we get because we feel they report false information that fits the liberal narrative.
News agencies like CNN are supposed to be objective in their reporting.
Years ago, CNN was an objective news network, but not anymore. They, like so many other mainstream media outlets, lean so far left it’s hard to believe they haven’t tumbled over.
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Although CNN’s TV ratings are gasping for air, the presence they have online is huge. That said, although Anderson Cooper’s nightly liberal rants may not make it into many living rooms, they do land on hundreds of millions of smartphones and tablets around the world.
I hope some of those people, especially those who are anti-Trump, will take the 90 seconds it takes to watch and listen to the video CNN International published this morning.
CNN claims it received more than 20,000 phone calls from viewers wanting to share an opinion about President Trump’s executive order on immigration. The embattled news network put together a collection of the messages into a video that shows support for the temporary ban.
Watch the short video below and ask yourself, “Is CNN returning to unbiased reporting?”
Only time can answer that question but, until then, please share this video for it reflects how many of us feel today.
— CNN International (@cnni) February 4, 2017
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