CNN apologizes for using term 'crosshairs'
A CNN host revealed just how dumb they think their audience is by apologizing for using the term 'crosshairs' while debating the politics of the day. Do they really think Americans are so stupid, so reactionary that if they hear the word 'crosshair' they'll start shooting? So that's the standard? Ok - from 1982-2005 they aired a program called 'Crossfire'...during those 23 years on air, 1.3 billion people died. CNN has some explaining to do! Ref. Source 1
Talk about some of the most idiotic redirect that I have ever heard. No one really cares if they call something cross hair or cross fire. If the american or world public can not understand the references that have nothing to do with violence then we are in a lot worse shape than I ever thought.
CNN has named former NBC Universal chief Jeff Zucker as its new top executive, replacing Jim Walton. Ref. USAToday
CNN Has Lowest Ratings Week In A Year:
The cable news network suffered its lowest Monday-Friday primetime average in over a year for the week of Oct. 28 to Nov. 1. Averaging just 385,000 viewers and 95,000 adults 25-54, both key measurements marked CNN's worst showings since the 20-year record lows last August Ref. Source 1
Do you still watch CNN, do you think they are a credible news network based on the way they cover and report?
International Level: Activist / Political Participation: 26 2.6%
Yes, I watch CNN, MSNBC, Fox, and I pick a network news at night. I then synthesize everything I've heard and read online and form my opinion from all of it. I know the truth is out there, it's usually just somewhere in the middle of all this hyperbole we hear and read all the time.
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Boniface III begins his reign as Catholic Pope