CNN Hypes GOP Extremism on Abortion, No Mention of Radical Dem Stance
CNN on Tuesday spent over seven minutes hyping Republicans trying to atone and hide their allegedly extreme position when it comes to abortion. Reporter Kyung Lah spotlighted Republican senatorial candidates changing their website now that they have the nomination. But nowhere in the segment was there anything on the extreme stance of Democrats when it comes to abortion.
CNN Promotes Lefty Donor as 'Republican' to Trash Nevada GOP Candidate
Back on July 8, CNN’s AC360 had a full report on a marquee Senate race in Nevada and, instead of focusing on the economy and the crushing blows businesses have suffered due to the pandemic, host Anderson Cooper and correspondent Kyung Lah made it seem as though abortion was the driving issue. And to do so, they touted “registered Republican” Susan Fisher as turned off by the GOP.
CNN Dismayed that Dem Voters ‘Frustrated,’ Want to Recall Newsom Too
After weeks of scoffing at the bipartisan effort to recall Governor Gavin Newsom as a “GOP stunt,” CNN finally discovered Democrat voters are just as fed up with Newsom. On Don Lemon Tonight, correspondent Kyung Lah seemed shocked to learn that lifelong Democratic voters in the dark blue state were turning on Newsom and supporting the recall effort.
CNN Loses It Over ‘Armed’ AZ Trump Crowd ‘Chilling’ Our ‘Democracy’
With MSNBC having already expressed concern Wednesday night about a peaceful gathering of Trump supporters outside Arizona’s Maricopa County Elections Department, CNN hit the panic button just after midnight Eastern Thursday in saying the building would be closing based on the “armed,” YMCA-dancing crowd “chilling a democracy” and causing “a lot of security concerns.”
CNN: 'Inspiring' Kamala Rallies Are 'Antidote' to Racism [UPDATED]
CNN Touts Claims GOP 'War on Voting' Denied Clinton Wisconsin Win
CNN Misleadingly Hints Black Dem Was Barred from Georgia Gov Mansion
CNN Hypes Concerns Trump Will Put Muslims in 'Internment Camps'
Monday's New Day on CNN ran a pre-recorded report by correspondent Kyung Lah in which she highlighted two Japanese-American women who suffered through living in internment camps during World War II, and touted their concerns that Donald Trump "could make a dark moment in history a reality again," this time targeting Muslims.