Saturday, September 22, 2018

'Reputable' and 'objective' CNN organization sends confusing messages to viewers on transparency

As if we needed more reasons to question what we see everyday on CNN, an anchor this week seemed to send conflicting messages regarding when people should feel free to come forward and speak the truth.

During a string of what seemed like unending coverage on whether a California professor should come forward and testify about an event that occurred thirty years ago at a high school party (and she should), this "well-respected" and prominent "news" anchor seemed to communicate, again and again yesterday morning, that there are some things we just don't talk about. This happened twice, with two fellow reporters that appeared on air right after each other.

Honesty and integrity, and telling the entire story, is only good when it serves our purposes or our particular slant on the day's events, or so it seems.

Like Regan MacNeil pissing on expensive Georgetown carpet, these clowns keep pissing on the Constitution that gives them the right to share their horseshit everyday under the guise of doing us all a favor.

If you are a female who wants to discuss the high-school failings of a Supreme Court nominee we don't like, you should come forward and speak (and she should). If you have the gall to share the incredible bullshit going on behind the scenes at "The Most Trusted Name in News," you best keep your fucking mouth shut, apparently.

That's the height of hypocrisy, my friends.