Former CNN Moscow Chief Feels 'Intense Sadness' at Gorbachev's Demise

August 31st, 2022 2:12 PM

In the immediate wake of the world learning that former Soviet dictator Mikhail Gorbachev was finally acting like a good communist, CNN’s immediate reaction was to air glowing eulogies for a man who led one of the most evil empires in human history. In back-to-back hours on Tuesday, CNN showed “intense sadness” and took part in revisionist history claiming Gorbachev was the one responsible for…


CNN Boasts Trump/Russia Conspiracies Now in America’s ‘Bloodstream'

July 22nd, 2018 2:27 PM
In the days since President Trump’s meeting with Vladimir Putin, the liberal media have been bringing back their Russian collusion narrative in a very big way. They’re now openly pushing claims Trump committing treason, a crime punishable by death, and have been growing bold in suggesting the President was a Russian agent. CNN media reporter Brian Stelter even boasted about their new courage…

Unlike CBS, CNN Actually Grills Clinton on Foreign Policy

January 30th, 2013 4:33 PM
Contrary to CBS's Steve Kroft, CNN's foreign affairs reporters actually asked the tough questions of outgoing Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in their Tuesday interview on The Situation Room. While Kroft spun his foreign policy questions into softballs for Clinton and Obama on Sunday's 60 Minutes, CNN's Jill Dougherty confronted Clinton on Egypt and Libya. She started off asking if the…

CNN Exults in Clinton Kiss: 'They're Off, Separately, to Change the Wo

September 25th, 2009 6:41 PM
Media sycophancy for the Clintons is so 1990s, but every now and then the MSM muster up a bit of nostalgia and pour lavish praise on the former first couple. Take CNN's Wolf Blitzer and Jill Dougherty at the close of the 5 p.m. EDT hour of today's "The Situation Room." "Often times, a kiss is just a kiss, but when you're a former president planting one on your wife, the secretary of state, it can…

Will Media Report Baghdad's First Public Christmas Celebration

December 22nd, 2008 11:43 AM
An astonishing thing happened in Baghdad on Saturday: Christians, apparently for the first time in the city's history, publicly celebrated Christmas.CNN's Jill Dougherty published an article about this extraordinary event at the network's website Sunday which included a video of her interviewing Iraqis of varied religious beliefs at the scene.However, from what I can tell, this extremely charming…