CNN Implies Hungary's Orban Will Launch a Second Holocaust

August 4th, 2022 9:14 PM

With Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban speaking at CPAC in Texas on Thursday, CNN ran a segment on Thursday morning’s New Day which took Orban’s recent controversial comments that “we do not want to become peoples of mixed race” and ran with them, heavily implying that Orban would unleash a second Holocaust on the world if Hungary’s economy slips into a recession.

'CNN Shame On You' Signs Appear in Cairo

July 7th, 2013 11:31 PM
It appears some Egyptians are not pleased with CNN's coverage of last week's coup. According to numerous sources including CNN senior international correspondent Ben Wedeman, the following sign is appearing in the crowds in Tahrir square:

Egyptian Military Takes Away CNN Camera During Live Broadcast

July 6th, 2013 10:51 AM
CNN senior international correspondent Ben Wedeman had a rather shocking thing happen to him while logging a live report from near Cairo's Tahrir Square Friday. Members of the Egyptian military interrupted his report and took away CNN's camera (video follows with commentary):

CNN Compares Vatican City 'Men's Club' to Saudi Arabia

March 5th, 2013 5:22 PM
The way CNN sees the Vatican hierarchy, one would think it's a repressive male-dominated cabal that women are morally obligated to challenge. CNN's Ben Wedeman aired another broadside against the church from the streets of Rome on Tuesday. Wedeman stretched one comparison between Vatican City and Saudi Arabia – neither allow women's suffrage: "Vatican City joined Saudi Arabia as one of the… Lectures Catholic Church on How to Be 'Light Unto All Nations

February 13th, 2013 7:29 PM
At, correspondent Ben Wedeman touted "what some Catholics want in next pope," and by "some Catholics" he meant those who thought Pope Benedict's papacy was too conservative or inward-looking. He arrogantly prescribed that if the next pontiff focuses on social justice and has a global outreach, "Then perhaps the Catholic Church can be a light unto all nations." Since when could CNN…

Couric: ‘Glimmer of Hope’ in Israel’s Agreement to Release Terro

July 27th, 2008 7:14 PM
When the Israeli government and the terrorist group Hezbollah carried out a prisoner release agreement in which Israel released five Lebanese prisoners while Hezbollah released the bodies of two Israeli soldiers who had been killed, there was a substantial contrast in the way the broadcast network evening newscasts reported the story. While ABC’s Charles Gibson and Simon McGregor-Wood reported on…