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Tuesday, March 26, 2019

CNN made obscene amounts of money from its coverage of this dispiriting election, but not because the cable network’s political journalism was original, creative, or enlightening. Indeed, there was a certain…repetitive quality to the nightly coverage of the latest Trump outrage — even a feeling that the discussion, however angry or argumentative, became an enervating ritual, as Donald Trump acted out his latest outrage every day.

Why was the stable of cable pundits cued by host Anderson Cooper always so predictable in responding to Trump’s antics? This week’s Saturday Night Live featured a frightening theory that would explain a lot.

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2 responses to “#EndorseThis: Why Those CNN Election Panels Sounded So…Repetitive”

  1. clemans says:

    Who cares? I will continue to watch Fareed Zacharia and maybe 1-2 other Sunday shows, but I might never watch CNN again by choice. I am so angry that they gave pussy-grabber all those millions in free air time.

  2. michelebenson says:

    One yr ago I finally resigned from my last job and that decision was a life changer for me… I started freelancing from home, over a website I discovered over internet, few hrs daily, and I make much more than i did on my old work… Last payment i got was for Nine thousand bucks… The best thing about this job is the more time i got for my kids…

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