cruiser wrote:Three CNN journalists have resigned over a story about Russia contacts within the Trump
administration. CNN had to do a retraction of the story per AP.
And then there is the fact that the vast majority of re- porting about Russia, as well as Trump’s alleged ties to the Kremlin, has been based exclusively on evidence-free assertions of anonymous officials, many, if not most, of whom have concealed agendas. That means that they are free to issue completely false claims without the slight- est concern of repercussions.
Read the rest of the article here:
https://theintercept.com/2017/06/27/cnn ... ia-threat/
kramer wrote:What about the numerous other CNN articles about Trump and/or Russia that weren't able to be verified and hence have been retracted? Did those writers also get the same treatment
Professor Fate wrote:Fake how? Undercover and fake are two different things.
broman wrote:Sanders encouraged “everybody in this room and, frankly, everybody across the country to take a look at” the video — even after conceding that she’s unsure whether it’s accurate.
If true, she said, the video “is a disgrace to all of media” and “all of journalism.” “I think that we have gone to a place where if the media can’t be trusted to report the news, then that’s a dangerous place for America
Professor Fate wrote: is seen calling the coverage of the Trump-Russia story "mostly ****" and suggesting the CNN president Jeff Zucker directed reporters to return to it after covering Trump's decision to pull out of the Paris climate accord. “I think the president is probably right to say, ‘Look, you are witch hunting me,’”
kramer wrote:You mean similar to when the head of the Justice Department met secretly with Bill Clinton in a bad weather causing private jet that plants and trees love? Do you think Bill could have asked Justice in this bad weather causing private jet that plants love to tell Comey to treat his wife's investigation as a "matter"?
Fordama wrote:Yes, it's funny how people can see a network act with journalistic principals and then yall "fake news!"
The specter of a $100 million libel suit scared CNN into retracting a poorly reported story that slimed an ally of President Trump’s — and forcing out the staffers responsible for it, The Post has learned.
Read the entire article on 'journalistic principals' here:
http://nypost.com/2017/06/27/cnn-staffe ... got-fired/
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