The fine media professionals of CNN just announced they’ve won the Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Television Political Journalism for its “Parkland Town Hall.” The event was held after the Feb. 14, 2018, massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High and featured NRA spokesperson Dana Loesch getting repeatedly attacked by the liberal hysterics who were in attendance.
Fun fact: Practically everyone in attendance at the Town Hall event was anti-gun. What a totally unexpected coinkidink!
If CNN is setting the standard for excellence in journalism these days and picking up awards for their ‘contributions de crap,’ we’ve officially crossed into an era where even national news networks are essentially be rewarded for propaganda with participation trophies.
WIBC host Tony Katz had a few thoughts on CNN’s Cronkite ‘win.”
“Awards are meaningless. Stop paying attention to them. What does it matter? The awards that they give each other to prove they’re good people.
So much of that town hall was built and designed to prove that lawful gun owners were bad people, just so we all understand each other.
One of the attacks on gun owners was that ‘real men don’t need guns.’ Okay, that’s going to be the new attack on manhood? Good Lord. That’s some weak stuff, but they do it.
This wasn’t about firearms and how to prevent violence; this was an attack on gun owners.
Congrats, CNN. You prove there are no ramifications for the horrors that you bring.”
Click the link below to hear Tony’s full commentary.
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