CNN Hires Liberal Political Reporters for 2016, Claims They're Neutral

April 20th, 2015 10:13 AM
The Hollywood Reporter publicized that CNN boasts it hired 40 new political reporters to beef up for the 2016 campaign. What was less factual was the argument that CNN is the “neutral” or fact-based channel in cable news. They reported CNN Washington bureau chief Sam Feist “hopes the network's comparatively neutral status on the political spectrum will work to its advantage in a race with no…

Non-Partisan? Not a Chance! The Worst of CNN's Election Bias

November 19th, 2012 9:01 AM
As NewsBusters' Tim Graham reported, CNN's Washington Bureau Chief Sam Feist bragged that his is the only network "that hasn't picked sides in this election," and that viewers responded to CNN's credibility by making it the most-watched cable news channel on election night. Of course, this begs the question of why viewers haven't turned to CNN on most other nights but regardless, Feist's…

Forget Piers, Soledad, and Candy: CNN's D.C. Chief Claims They Never T

November 11th, 2012 8:32 AM
Tommy Christopher at Mediaite embarrassed himself in a servile interview with CNN Washington Bureau Chief Sam Feist, who, we’re told, “explained how preparation and perspiration helped deliver the night for his network, and cemented their brand, as they see it: the network you can trust.” Is this an interview, or a commercial? Even Mediaite reported Fox News easily won the night in prime time.…

CNN Washington Bureau Chief: MSNBC's Convention Coverage 'A Cheering S

September 6th, 2012 9:07 AM
"If you watch MSNBC during convention coverage, you have a cheering section for the Democrats." Such was quite accurately said by CNN's Washington bureau chief Sam Feist Tuesday.

Liberal CNN's New Ad Spotlights Rivals' Slant, Claims Lack of 'Favorit

November 10th, 2010 7:54 PM
CNN, a network known for its regular liberal bias, touted its supposed objectivity versus its competitors in a new ad which premiered on Tuesday evening. The ad graphically associated Fox News with the Republican elephant and MSNBC with the Democratic donkey, and claimed, "If you want to keep them all honest, without playing favorites, the choice is clear: CNN, the worldwide leader in news…

CNN's Sam Feist Attacks Michelle Malkin As A Fox Stalking Horse

November 30th, 2007 9:29 AM

CNN Defends Debate, Says Vetting Was 'Focused on the Questions

November 29th, 2007 6:14 PM
CNN is defending its job in vetting questions for last night's debate, reports Politico's Kenneth Vogel:The retired general who quizzed Republican presidential candidates about gays and lesbians in the military was not the only person linked to a Democratic presidential candidate who got to ask a question at Wednesday’s CNN/YouTube debate. CNN also aired questions from supporters of Democratic…