CNN’s Journalist Of The Year

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15 Responses to CNN’s Journalist Of The Year

  1. Anon says:

    Yeah, I saw that too. The most useful thing they could do is publish a list of all the articles that were false. But that will probably never happen.

  2. Gator says:

    Too bad that Arizona Game & Fish article was anonymous, that author was clearly more than qualified to be CNN’s “Journalist of the Year” for 2018.

  3. billtoo says:

    “sometimes things are so important you just HAVE to lie”

  4. arn says:

    Amber Lyon left CNN because they censored her documentary about Bahrain.

    She claimed that CNN is receiving money from Bahrain and other arab countries content showing their countries in a positive way.
    (later wikileaks has proven that arabs pay huge sums to western news agencies)
    She also said that she received orders from CNN to report selectivly
    to make people acceppt US agressions against Syria.(people who know about operation mockingbird were not really surprised)

    Sounds so much like AGW news and as most scientists are not like Miss Lyon but have all qualities to become “Journalist of the year”(or scientist)
    things are now as they are.

  5. MGJ says:

    I can think of nobody better qualified to be CNN’s Journalist of the Year.

    He is clearly aligned with their core values and ticks the right boxes. He even appears to think of himself as some kind of victim, given his recent statements.

  6. Weylan McAnally says:

    With the ridiculous amount of “anonymous” sources used in today’s journalism, folks should not trust ANY article that relies on them. The shady journalists know that nothing will be fact checked so they simply make it up. The temptation to lie or invent sources is simply too great when the road to fame and fortune is predicated on getting a blockbuster story.

  7. Binyamin says:

    “After three and a half hours, the bus bends from the highway to a narrow, sloping street, rolling towards a dark forest that looks like dragons live in it. At the entrance, just before the station, there is a sign with the American stars and stripes banner, which reads: “Welcome to Fergus Falls, home of damn good folks.”

    Fergus Falls is located on the prairie — which means our landscape mostly consists of tall grass and lakes. While we have trees, we do not have any distinct forests in our city limits, and definitely not in the route that the bus Relotius would have taken from the Twin Cities. And sadly, our welcome sign is quite mundane in its greeting.

  8. Robertv says:

    Don’t most journalists fabricate facts and sources all the time? So where is the news? But maybe he wrote the truth when it was not desired what made him lose his job. Nothing is like they tell us these days.

    • gregole says:

      Yes, he must have made some kind of misstep along the way besides making up stories and sources. I mean, that basically is what journalist do now days. Look at science and climate reporting. Look at the fake Russia investigation. All made up whole cloth.

  9. Disillusioned says:

    My very best friend in the world, whom I have known for decades, is now retired. He sits, dying in his easy chair all day long watching CNN. He knew me when I was a Democrat also. He now thinks I have gone off the deep end, and will not have any discussions with me concerning politics.

    I am not the one who moved. I am still the same. I have watched HIM move further left, mostly silently, but YES – further left – as his favorite news source (which he has watched since the ’80s) has steered him that way. He’s a decent man. But he has no clue he has been steered. He has no clue. A sad, sad sheep.

    Still, we are friends. But, with much less in common.

    • tonyheller says:

      Exactly. I don’t have a television and haven’t for almost a quarter of a century. But I have watched formerly intelligent people get steadily brainwashed into an intellectual zombie state.

      • John F. Hultquist says:

        Likewise, no TV.

      • Disillusioned says:

        “…I have watched formerly intelligent people get steadily brainwashed into an intellectual zombie state.”

        That describes my educated, older friend from whom I used to seek guidance. Post-disillusionment I have experienced the abject blindness of formerly-intelligent friends; it has been like living in the Twilight Zone.

        • Gator says:

          A proper education excludes junk knowledge, just as a proper diet excludes junk food.

          Reagan said it best.

          • Disillusioned says:


            But, when I’m eating junk food, at least I know I am eating junk food.

            The insidiousness of the deep state and their MSM establishment megaphone is that they are feeding the public marshmallows, while successfully convincing them they’re eating a well-balanced diet.

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