CNN is one of the top sources of
news left-wing propaganda in the country, so it should come as no surprise that the network is doing everything it can to slander the Trump administration. However, what the network is considering now may actually be a shocking new low. From US Uncut:
Top executives at the network told the New York Times that the network was considering never interviewing Kellyanne Conway again. When the Times‘ Joe Rutenberg asked an anonymous CNN executive about why they had reservations about booking Conway on the channel’s top shows, the executive alluded to “serious questions about her credibility.”
Conway, who was Trump’s former campaign manager, famously declared on NBC’s Meet the Press that Sean Spicer’s insistence that Trump had the largest-ever inauguration audience by any president — which was widely criticized as false — wasn’t a lie, but merely “alternative facts.”
Conway is one of President Trump’s most important spokespeople, and banning her from the network would give the administration little voice to defend itself from the onslaught of slanderous attacks. If CNN wanted to maintain an ounce of its journalistic integrity, they would not be considering this move. Sadly, CNN long ago decided that pushing an agenda was more important than fairly reporting the news.
Ironically, the liberal media has been accusing President Trump of similarities to a fascist dictator, all while defending rioters in California for violently suppressing free speech. Now, CNN wants to ban a dissenting voice from their network, allowing them to report propaganda unopposed. There’s a word for all of this…. it’s called fascism.
Thankfully, most Americans have caught on to the unfair main stream media. Despite the overwhelmingly negative coverage of President Trump’s campaign, voters sent him to the White House. Moreover, polls continue to show that the media establishment is one of the most distrusted institutions in the entire country.
The reality is that CNN senses it is losing its grip on the control of information, and the talk of banning Conway shows just how desperate the network is. CNN had a chance to reset after the election and recommit itself to true journalism. Sadly, the network is choosing to double down on its tactics. Just like the election, it is unlikely to work out for them.
[Note: This post was authored by Michael Lee. Follow him on Twitter @UAMichaelLee]