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CNN Tanking: Six Reasons For Its Failures

During the Gulf War in 1991, CNN shined like no other news network before. Their access to official military footage, embedded reporters, and around-the-clock coverage of the conflict reset the standard for war reporting, and we all tuned into the network to watch America kick the crap out of Saddam Hussein. It was at this time that CNN’s slogan of “The most trusted name in news” might have been accurate. But not anymore.

Knucklehead Of The Week: Fredo Achieves What We All Thought Was Impossible… A CNN Suspension

The only CNN personality to have been suspended in years has been none other than Jeffrey “Loobin” Toobin, who got caught spanking his monkey on a Zoom call with colleagues from The New Yorker. Even then, Toobin’s sabbatical was technically a “leave of absence,” and Toobin eventually returned to work. So, what did Fredo Cuomo do that was so egregious to get himself suspended?

New York Mayor Mess, CNN Nosedive, And Cosby Cut Loose: The Week In Review

The left has been screaming that the laws enacted in states like Georgia and Florida are akin to ‘Jim Crow,’ which is a lie. But those assertions beg a question. What’s more similar to Jim Crow: laws requiring people to show ID when they vote, or an election which resulted in over 100,000 fake votes being counted to the detriment of a black candidate, which Eric Adams is?

What the Toobin Scandal Really Exposes

The media’s indifference to the Jeffery Toobin scandal is just one more example of their aversion to the truth. Engaging in self-abuse while one interacts with their colleagues during a Zoom meeting is repulsive, regardless of whether or not one’s laptop’s camera is functioning, and regardless of how boring that meeting might be.