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    CNN Devotes Less Than Five Minutes to Hillary Uranium Scandal in a Week

    CNN Devotes Less Than Five Minutes to Hillary Uranium Scandal in a Week

    Clinton News Network

    It has been pointed out many times that media bias is just as much about what they don’t cover. CNN has been called the Clinton News Network repeatedly as a joke but it’s a fitting name.

    Since the news broke last week about Hillary’s Uranium deal, CNN has devoted less than five minutes to the story.

    Mike Ciandella reports at News Busters:

    CNN: After 7 Days, Only 4 Minutes On Clinton Uranium Scandal

    For the first seven days after The Hill published startling new information about the Clinton/Russia/Uranium scandal, the 24-hour cable news giant CNN had produced less than five minutes (3 minutes, 54 seconds) of actual news coverage about the case.

    From 7am ET October 17 through 7am ET October 24, CNN’s reporters and anchors only mentioned the scandal twice: first, on October 19, after President Trump scolded reporters for failing to cover the story, anchor Wolf Blitzer offered a 19-second explanation of what Trump was talking about.

    Then, on October 20, Blitzer’s 5pm Situation Room included an interview with an ex-Obama administration official, Jake Sullivan, who told Blitzer that Trump’s charge of corruption against the Bill and Hillary Clinton “had no basis in fact.” Blitzer, to his credit, at least pushed back, asking Sullivan about how “some of these Russians who were involved were giving the Clinton Foundation thousands, tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands of dollars, and Bill Clinton was going to Russia to deliver speeches for huge speaking fees?”

    That interview lasted a total of 3 minutes, 35 seconds.

    When the story came up again Tuesday afternoon, it was promptly dismissed:

    This afternoon, CNN also went live for a press conference by House GOP members announcing an investigation into the story CNN hadn’t bothered to cover in the past week.

    After the press conference, CNN Chief Political Correspondent Dana Bash dismissed the story as little more than a conservative conspiracy theory.

    I would have included any relevant video in this post but there isn’t one. CNN’s Chris Cillizza has written about the Republican investigation. It’s all an effort to cover for Trump!

    Launch probes! Congressional GOPers try desperately to take focus off Trump

    For months, Congressional Republicans have watched in a combination of wonderment and terror as President Donald Trump has swerved all over the political world — picking fights, fueling controversies and, generally speaking, making a mess of things.

    On Tuesday, Republicans finally took some action — doing one of the only things left to them: They launched investigations of the past Democratic administration and the last Democratic presidential nominee!

    House Intelligence Commitee Chairman Devin Nunes announced Monday afternoon his committee — along with the Oversight and Government Reform Committee — was opening up a probe into a US-Russia uranium deal that occurred during when Barack Obama was president and Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State. “We’re not going to jump to any conclusions at this time,” insisted Nunes…

    To be clear: House Republicans are totally within their rights to open these probes. Doing so is one of the luxuries of being in the majority in the House (and Senate). (Related: The ability to open these sorts of congressional investigations is why Donald Trump should be very worried about losing control of the House or Senate — or both! — in the 2018 midterms.)

    But, it is not a coincidence that these two probes were announced on the same day — and amid Trump’s ongoing circular firing squad routine. There are NO coincidences in politics. Just not a thing.

    Cillizza is correct, there are mo coincidences. CNN is deliberately ignoring this story when it’s not spinning it to make it look like a problem for Trump.

    These are not serious journalists. They are progressive activists acting in the best interests of the Democratic Party, not the American people.


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    “CNN has been called the Clinton News Network repeatedly as a joke”

    Why do you think we were joking?

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