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Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Call the wambulance for CNN

CNN can dish it out, but CNN cannot take any criticism.

The network's in-house apologist -- Sniffles Brian Stetler -- wrote that President Trump was being mean for calling the network Fake News after it ran Fake News last week and libeled a Trump official -- again.

First, I have the latest about that retraction and fake firing.

No one was fired.

CNN paid out the contracts of all three of the Fake News journalists who "departed" CNN.

Fake the news, get a long paid vacation.

Any person at CNN who does not fake the news from now on is an idiot.

From the New York Post:
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.
The cable network’s coverage of Trump transition team member Anthony Scaramucci came amid federal scrutiny of corporate parent Time Warner’s pending purchase by AT&T — and the widespread belief among media execs that CNN President Jeff Zucker can’t survive a merger.
CNN immediately caved after Scaramucci, a financier and frequent network guest, cried foul and threatened to take legal action, sources said Tuesday.
Scaramucci got an unusual public apology but still hired a top Manhattan lawyer to put further pressure on CNN and “look after [his] interests in this matter,” one source said.
Sources also said the three journalists responsible for the retracted story — reporter Tom Frank, editor Eric Lichtblau and Lex Haris, who headed the CNN Investigates unit — were urged to resign.
“They called them in and said they’d pay out their contracts, but they should leave immediately,” one source said.
Zucker was afraid of facing a high-profile suit from Scaramucci while the US Justice Department weighs the proposed $85.4 billion media merger.
The stakes are high.

CNN may pay a price for Fake News.

And there is Sniffles Stetler, crybabying about Trump being mean to him and calling him

CNN anchor Crybaby Chris Cuomo once called Fake News the N-word for journalists.


Fake News, please.

From Sniffles Stetler:
You've heard it all before: News outlets are sensationalistic and sloppy. Journalists are out to get the president. Their anonymous sources shouldn't be believed. Heck, nothing negative about the president should be believed. It's all Fake News.
President Trump, his White House, and his supporters -- bolstered by CNN's retraction and the subsequent resignations of three journalists -- took those talking points and made Monday's resignations the biggest media story, and at times even the biggest political story, of Tuesday.
Trump personally slammed CNN and his aides went even further by promoting a new James O'Keefe tape. Pro-Trump media activists see this as a war -- a war they are thrilled to fight. "This is the conversation the White House wants. Make everything muddy so partisans gravitate to their own corners," the AP's Jonathan Lemire tweeted.
Every day, hour after hour, CNN broadcasts people slamming President Trump. They call him Hitler. Question his sanity. And worse, CNN made up story after story about a non-existent Russian scandal.

Trump pushed back. CNN's response is waaaaaaaaaaaah!

The Russian stuff is Fake News.

If Sniffles Stetler doesn't realize this, he's a fool.

But I think he is just another of the liars CNN hires.

CNN has been at war with Trump since Election Day.

93% of its stories about President Trump are negative.

Half of them are Fake News.

Boo hoo hoo.

One last thing. Breitbart reported that 17 million of CNN's followers on Twitter are Fake Followers.

Figures. Fake News, Fake Followers.

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  1. Some folks weren't paying attention at school.

    "Don't let your mouth say anything that your fists can't back up."

    1. Or, Don't let your alligator mouth overload your hummingbird ass.

      My fav....Gain 80 pounds, get a chest and an ass on you, then you can talk to me like that.

  2. It is a war Stelter. And a war we are prepared to fight AND WIN.


  3. CNN been cheating long enough. It's hammer time.

  4. I thought these badasses brought guns to knife fights. What a bunch of girly boy pussies.

  5. I thought these badasses brought guns to knife fights. What a bunch of girly boy pussies.

  6. cnn hires fiction writers and calls them "reporters" and "investigative reporters."

    1. Ohhh, but dah-link, they're just so very fabulous! (They'd tell you so if you asked them, but they're so far above us little people they won't hear you.)

      They're way above mere fiction writers you know. That's why I call them "fabulists."

  7. Keeping the journalists on the payroll keeps them tied to their conflict of interest statements through a stormy period. Lawyers probably advised this.

  8. As I type, I'm taking my morning CNN. Going quite nicely, thank you. Now, on with the day! (Ga-gloosh)

    1. If you are taking a CNN, then you need to take something to tighten up you bowel movements.