How about this for a line of a bucket of bullshit: “CNN, The Most Trusted Name in News.”
They are trusted Presstitutes. Media whores who get paid to put out by their corporate pimps and government whore masters.
Need more proof?
Chris Cuomo, another Daddy’s Boy, born on third base and thought he hit a home run—a nothing of a nobody who got the CNN job as “on air crap spewer” because Daddy was NY Gov. Mario Cuomo—may turn out to be a historic journalist after all. Chrissy inadvertently helped expose the incestuous relationship between the corporate media outlets and the people they cover.
CNN hired an outside law firm to look into communications between the news anchor and his brother, Andrew Cuomo, the former governor of New York that was forced to resign as multiple sex-harassment allegations swirled. (See “CNN CLOWN SHOW EXPOSES MEDIA’S POLITICAL TIES.”)
The investigators said they discovered that Allison Gollust, CNN’s marketing and communications chief violated company policy after reviewing text messages she had with Chris Cuomo, according to a report. 
The Wall Street Journal reported that Gollust, who once worked for the former governor as his communications director, sent the anchor a text message about how she would adjust a statement from the governor after an accuser stepped forward.
Gollust also reportedly inquired with Chris Cuomo if a separate accuser ever came forward earlier to say the former governor never touched her—and if she did, that should be reported. (Gollust’s spokeswoman has denied the allegation and said her client “never offered advice or counsel to Andrew Cuomo. Period. If she wanted to advise the governor, she could have called or texted him directly (she didn’t).”)
A spokesman for Chris Cuomo, who was fired from the network, told Fox News that he had no interest in “finger-pointing between Ms. Gollust and WarnerMedia.”
“Chris’s lawyer has been requesting to see the results of WarnerMedia’s investigation for weeks, and the right thing to do is for WarnerMedia to honor that request and also make the results public,” the spokesman said.
Gollust, the former CNN executive who came undone after it emerged that she had a secret affair with Zucker, once worked for Gov. Cuomo’s communications team as the director. 
The Journal reported that Gollust was asked by investigators for her work Blackberry, and she provided them with her newest Blackberry. She eventually handed them a third device after these investigators raised the issue, the report said.
TRENDPOST: So enamored with Gov. Cuomo’s arrogance and draconian mandates, the Hollywood Clown Club awarded Cuomo the International Emmy Founders Award. 
Why? Because the low-life accused woman molester rose to new heights because his “… 111 daily briefings worked so well because he effectively created television shows, with characters, plot lines, and stories of success and failure.” Yes, a TV reality show of clown-like characters. 
TRENDPOST: Journalism is dead in America and much of the world. We have been reporting that for years. See: “The Fourth Estate: RIP,” (1 Dec 2016) and “POLITICO’S NOT JOURNALISM, IT’S A PRESSTITUTE PUBLICATION” (19 Oct 2021).
Major news companies need their loyal followers, so they tailor every single story to engage their base. These companies know that their followers are fickle—we’ve seen that recently when Fox News seemed to turn its back on Donald Trump and viewers abandoned the network for outlets like OAN and Newsmax.
As we reported in our Trends in the News broadcast, on 10 February 2021, the Financial Times headline read: “Fox News plans to maintain centre-right slant.”
The article went on to quote Fox Corporation CEO Lachlan Murdoch, who made it 100 percent clear it is not true journalism that drives Fox News, it is the bottom line. 
FT quoted Murdoch, who stated last year that “We will stick where we are and we think that is exactly right and is the best thing for business. We believe where we are targeted, to the centre-right, is exactly where we should be targeted.”
There it is: “the best thing for business” is their being “targeted, to the centre-right.” 
Unlike the Trends Journal, where our motto is “Think for Yourself,” for Fox Corporation, it is not about journalism, not about reporting news, but playing to an audience. 

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