CNN Accelerates Its Slide Into Irrelevence

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From CNN ‘Reliable Sources’:

The rundown for this Sunday’s show
By Hardy Spire

And there are some stories which do not have two sides. The climate change debate is one of them. Nevertheless, many news organizations continue to equate the skeptics with the scientists. This week NBC’s Meet the Press faced criticism for its debate between Bill Nye the Science Guy and Rep. Marsha Blackburn. We’ll talk to Michio Kaku from the City University of New York and CBS News as well as Jack Mirkinson, Senior Media Editor at the Huffington Post.”

No there are not two sides to the climate change debate. Not if you are dedicated to the Church of Saint Algore like Spire, Kaku, and all of the PuffHo.

Stupid, stupid, stupid. He calls it a ‘Debate’ and then says there are not differing views.

This is an example of how and why CNN has fallen from the dominant source of news in the world to just another leftist hack mouth piece for Democrats. Their viewers have gone away but they continue to follow the same path.

Ted Turner built a powerful news organization. It was respected throughout the world. Then he sold it to a bunch of political activists and it has gone downhill for years.

Hat tip to Newsbusters

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3 Responses to CNN Accelerates Its Slide Into Irrelevence

  1. van-a-gram says:

    But Piers Morgan is leaving. That can only improve CNN’s ratings.

  2. Roy Ryder says:

    Global Warming Nazis can’t stand to have their theories subjected to any form of analysis and so they cloak themselves. Of course, the rest of the world just goes on without them and may eventually forget that this kind of weapons grade stupidity was once a major force.

  3. reboot says:

    I think the proper term is “shucky darns, buh, buh, byeeeee!”. Don’t let the door slam your ass on the way out.

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