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Trump Fans SLAM CNN…What They CHANTED Is Setting The Internet On FIRE!
By Kathy Shaidle|August 23, 2016

Americans have been sick of the mainstream media for years.

Finally, in Donald Trump, they’ve found a leader who shares their distrust and isn’t afraid to express it. In particular, CNN has come in for harsh criticism, with some calling it the “Clinton News Network.”

At a Trump rally in Virginia, the crowd verbally attacked reporters from the cable giant, and it was caught on video.

First, Trump fans started chanting, “Do your job,” then switched to “Tell the truth.”

Will it work? Do CNN reporters and their bosses care that the network’s reputation (and ratings) have fallen? Or will this disapproval make them double down and act even more like Hillary Clinton’s public relations firm?

CNN used to be the only game in town as far as 24/7 news coverage went. They’ve had competition from Fox and MSNBC for a long time. When will they realize they can’t take their viewers for granted anymore?

Source: Clash Daily

Kathy Shaidle
Kathy Shaidle started blogging in 2000, at RelapsedCatholic. In 2007, she set up FiveFeetOfFury as the new home for her irreverent rants. Her books include The Tyranny of Nice (a Conservative Book Club selection), Confessions of a Failed Slut, and the forthcoming Society of Losers. Shaidle is a weekly columnist for Taki’s Magazine. “Kathy Shaidle is one of the great virtuoso polemicists of our day: If the human rights racketeers get their way, she’ll be unpublishable in her own country. But, in the end, that’s a reflection not on her but on them.” — Mark Steyn, from his introduction to her book The Tyranny of Nice
Kathy Shaidle started blogging in 2000, at RelapsedCatholic. In 2007, she set up FiveFeetOfFury as the new home for her irreverent rants. Her books include The Tyranny of Nice (a Conservative Book Club selection), Confessions of a Failed Slut, and the forthcoming Society of Losers. Shaidle is a weekly columnist for Taki’s Magazine. “Kathy Shaidle is one of the great virtuoso polemicists of our day: If the human rights racketeers get their way, she’ll be unpublishable in her own country. But, in the end, that’s a reflection not on her but on them.” — Mark Steyn, from his introduction to her book The Tyranny of Nice
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