Over the past decade, one news outlet has farther out of their way to destroy journalism and reliable news than CNN. If they can’t find anything wrong with Republicans to report, they either twist what news there is or they create their own fake news. This became far more evident with the election of Donald Trump.
We already knew that CNN would stoop the lowest of lows in their relentless attacks on President Donald Trump, but I’m not sure anyone would think that they would stoop their new low, when they went inside a strip club to film and interview porn star Stormy Daniels after she filed a lawsuit against Trump concerning her non-disclosure agreement associated with her alleged affair with him that took place over 10 years ago.
(Constitution.com) – I remember clearly my time spent in the grocery store as a child, and, in particular, the bizarre headlines of the World Weekly News that would greet my every week.
The tabloid paper that once dominated the grocery store aisles was iconic not just for its ridiculous headlines, but also for its unique look: A squarish bifold, printed on flimsy newspaper stock, and always in black and white. Certainly, this would have helped the trashy rag save money, but it was also a tongue in cheek bit of marketing genius.
You see, when it comes to the World Weekly News, the front page headline was always the key, purporting that some mythical creature or super villain was involved, sometimes sexually, with some famous politician, movie star, or the ever-popular “bat boy”.
The fictional character became synonymous with the idea of tabloid journalism, the original version of fake news, and soon became a pop culture phenomenon, even going so far as to spawn his own musical…
It should be noted, CNN was started by noted ultra-liberal Ted Turner and that CNN fully supported Bill Clinton during the scandals about his sexual affairs. CNN was one of the networks that seemed to think that Clinton have adulterous oral six in the Oval Office with Monica Lewinski was not big deal and nothing worth attacking the president for.