CNN Scrubs Roesgen's Unaired Tea Party Interview From YouTube

April 19th, 2009 12:44 PM
On Thursday, NewsBusters shared with readers a video showing what happened after CNN's Susan Roesgen disgracefully attacked Chicago Tea Party attendees the previous day. The "most respected name in news" apparently didn't like America knowing the full story, and has requested YouTube remove the video pursuant to copyright laws.Patterico reported Sunday (h/t Glenn Reynolds):

CNN's Fox-Bashing/Fox-Job Applying Roesgen 'Tak(ing) a Break

April 17th, 2009 4:48 PM
CNN's Susan Roesgen has had a rough week, what with all the ordinary American/First Amendment practitioners bashing she so passionately and obnoxiously delivered in her TEA Party reporting.Perhaps it was the sniping at the place she twice applied in 2005 - Rupert Murdoch's House of Ratings, otherwise known as Fox News - that put her over the edge.Or whether or not her email box was so overwhelmed…

Man Who Took on CNN's Susan Roesgen is a NewsBusters Reader

April 17th, 2009 3:35 PM
Remember the man at Wednesday's Chicago Tea Party who took on the astoundingly incompetent CNN correspondent -- and Fox News wannabe! -- Susan Roesgen?Well, it turns out he's a reader of NewsBusters.On Thursday, Norman aka namron was Mark Levin's guest.Early on in the interview, Norman said (audio available here h/t Hot Air):

'Anti-CNN' TEA Party Reporter Rejected for Gig at Fox News - Twice

April 17th, 2009 2:34 PM
CNN's Susan Roesgen, whose anti-TEA Party pseudo-reporting made her a legend in her own mind, and a biased Obama-flack hack in ours, is in the news on her own (de)merit again today.One peculiar line from one of her peculiar rant-filled reports was that the TEA Parties were being "anti-CNN" because they were "highly promoted by the right-wing conservative network Fox."Well it turns out she wasn'…

Avoiding Criticism: CNN Shuts Down Anti-Tea Party Reporter's Email Add

April 16th, 2009 9:28 PM
So, we are all well aware of the so-called reporter from CNN, Susan Roesgen whose on-air haranguing of those she was ostensibly reporting on made obvious her anti-Republican bias. Well, for the past day Americans have been emailing her to let her know how they feel about her unprofessional attitude. Apparently, CNN does not appreciate hearing from its viewers, though, because all of a sudden…

Thursday Funnies: 9-year-old Has Better News Skills Than Roesgen

April 16th, 2009 7:24 PM
CNN correspondent Susan Roesgen showed America Wednesday exactly how journalists shouldn't behave when interviewing regular citizens; she should take some tips from this endearing nine-year-old who masterfully covered yesterday's Tea Party in Santa Clarita Valley, California (presented with Daddy's permission):

What CNN Didn't Show of Roesgen's Chicago Tea Party Interviews

April 16th, 2009 1:47 PM
CNN's coverage of Wednesday's Chicago Tea Party, and in particular, Susan Roesgen's despicable performance, might end up being the lowlight in how the press reported yesterday's historic protests.Yet, there's much more to this story.Members of continued to videotape Roesgen after her much-publicized argument with a Party-goer, and you'll be surprised at what transpired (video…

CNN's 'Anti-Government' TEA Party Reporter: Obama as Hitler? 'Offensiv

April 16th, 2009 12:31 PM
CNN reporter Susan Roesgen became a pseudo-"journalistic" anti-hero yesterday for her obnoxiously belligerent interview of one Taxed Enough Already (TEA) Party participant and her overall assessment of the more than 750 events around the country as amongst other derogatory things "anti-government."  But in another segment, she delved into rank hypocrisy the likes of which we rarely find even in…

MRC's Seton Motley Discusses Tea Party Media Bias on 'Fox & Friends

April 16th, 2009 11:31 AM
Media Research Center's Seton Motley appeared on FNC's Fox & Friends on April 16th to talk about the egregious media bias in covering the tax day TEA Party protests. And there was no shortage of bias to talk about.Of CNN's Susan Roesgen's openly hostile reporting from one event, Motley said, "She was totally in attack mode. She was almost angry to be there."He also addressed the juvenile…

CNN Correspondent Claims Tea Parties 'Anti-Government,' 'Anti-CNN

April 15th, 2009 3:57 PM
CNN is finally covering the tea parties - by attacking the participants. After anchor Anderson Cooper made an obscene sexual joke about attendees, CNN correspondent Susan Roesgen rudely interrupted one of the protestors and slammed the event for being "anti-government," "anti-CNN," and "not really family viewing."Roesgen asked a man holding his toddler, "Why are you here today?" The man started…

'CNN's Chief Twit' Sanchez Dissed By Fellow CNN Anchor

March 15th, 2009 7:46 PM
Update at end: Rick Sanchez responds to this post On yesterday's CNN Newsroom, anchor Susan Roesgen reported on cities ranked by Twitter usage.  Speaking with co-anchor T.J. Holmes, Roesgen introduced colleague Rick Sanchez's name toward the end of the item:ROESGEN: Yes, Chicago's number three. You know why? Because in this new result, it says that the guy in Chicago who twitters the most, like…

CNN Omits Radical Left-Wing Bent of 'Activists' Protesting Obama

January 2nd, 2009 7:14 PM
During a report on Friday’s Situation Room, CNN correspondent Susan Roesgen failed to mention the left-wing affiliation of the “activists” who were protesting near the Chicago home of President-elect Barack Obama. She only labeled them as “pro-Obama” and that they “promote a list of campaign promises they want Obama to remember -- promises to bring the troops home, to stop foreclosures, to make a…

CNN Sympathetically Portrays Obama’s Church As Being ‘Under Siege

April 4th, 2008 2:48 PM
CNN correspondent Susan Roesgen, reporting live from in front Chicago’s Trinity United Church of Christ on Thursday’s "The Situation Room," presented a sympathetic view of the Rev. Jeremiah Wright and his house of worship as being "under siege" -- from the national media. "Beyond what they say is the hurtful glare of the cameras, church leaders also say parishioners are hounded by reporters and…

President Bush "Look-Alike" a Cross Between Satan and Hitler

January 13th, 2006 3:37 PM
Does President Bush resemble Adolf Hitler and Satan? That seemed to be the implication during the 9am half hour of CNN's American Morning. A protester wearing a George W. Bush mask, complete with a colored in Hitler-esque mustache and red horns attached to the forehead was deemed a Bush "look-alike" by reporter Susan Roesgen. In her report on how the bureaucracy at FEMA is delaying federal funds …