Jim Clancy Leaves CNN After 34 Years Over Online Clash About Israel

January 16th, 2015 4:55 PM
For more than three decades, international correspondent Jim Clancy reported the news and anchored several programs for the Cable News Network. That long-time record came to an abrupt end on Friday, when he left CNN more than a week after he got into an angry Twitter argument in which he claimed that people who disagree with him regarding Mohammed cartoons are “agents for Israel” and…

CNN's Jim Clancy Melts Down on Twitter Over Paris Massacre's Cause

January 9th, 2015 4:22 PM
CNN's Jim Clancy has been with the network for 32 years. His network's bio says that he "brings the experience of more than three decades covering the world to every newscast on CNN International." He also apparently has a lot of pent-up feelings about the Middle East. Those feelings boiled to the top over Twitter early Thursday. Clancy started it all by claiming that the…

AP (Naturally) Ignores Widely Noted 'Tepid' and 'Icy' Obama Reception

May 28th, 2014 10:43 PM
Following President Barack Obama's speech today at West Point, the UK Daily Mail reported "tepid applause and a short standing ovation from less than one-quarter of the audience upon his introduction." In a CNN video clip found at Mediaite, Jim Clancy noted that Obama did not sound like a “commander-in-chief speaking to his troops.” He further observed: “You…

Sanchez and Former Arafat Adviser: Israel's a Danger to US Troops

March 17th, 2010 2:06 PM
Rick Sanchez Tuesday invited on a former adviser to deceased Palestinian terrorist Yasser Arafat in order to tell viewers how Israel has become a threat to American troops.The CNNer devoted a good amount of his two-hour "Rick's List" to teeing up a number of guests and fellow so-called journalists to voice their anti-Israel sentiments. "Mark Perry is saying that some of the top…

Media Hyped ‘War Crime’ Accusations Against Israel, But Ignored Re

October 17th, 2009 9:31 AM
After months of investigation, the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) released a report addressing accusations from some humanitarian groups that its use of white phosphorus (WP) munitions in the Gaza War was a violation of international law, as the report distinguishes between the use of WP as a weapon and the more common non-weapon purposes such as providing smoke screens to conceal troop movements.…