Anyone who has paid any attention to the media over the last few years already knows CNN is a Trump hating network. It has become their entire business model.
Night after night, their prime time hosts go on TV with the goal of bashing Trump.
Now, some former contributors to CNN have confirmed what most people already knew.
FOX News reports:
CNN now the ‘hate Trump’ network, ex-contributors say: Network ‘openly despises conservatives’
Several conservative commentators who were previously employed by CNN are now speaking out against the network, claiming its current identity is “anti-Trump” instead of neutral, as it claims to be. One claims the network “openly despises conservatives.”
“Most of us got squeezed out involuntarily,” Jack Kingston, a former Georgia congressman who appeared on the network, told Mediaite. “I was there for two years and was certainly willing to continue. It was clear to me in the end that the Republicans they prefer are anti-Trump Republicans.”
Pro-Trump contributors at CNN seem to have come and gone in recent months. Last week, the network fired former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli as reports indicated he was being considered for a high-ranking immigration post in the Department of Homeland Security.
Earlier this year, CNN fired economic analyst Stephen Moore after President Trump nominated him to serve on the Federal Reserve Board. But Moore withdrew from consideration after CNN and other outlets reported old derogatory remarks he made about women and the Obamas.
“Who are the Republicans, John Kasich? He hates Trump!” Moore said, referring to the former Republican governor of Ohio, whom CNN recently hired. “CNN is the ‘hate Trump’ network. They just trash Trump every single hour of every single day. All they’ve talked about for two years is the Mueller report and how bad does it make them look now that it proved nothing.”
CNN recently made major cuts to one division in Atlanta, now cuts are coming to their London bureau.
CNN To Cut Jobs, Production In London
CNN will reportedly make “substantial cuts” to its London-based news operations in a restructuring that is likely to result in “dozens of employees” losing their jobs, The Guardian reported Tuesday.
CNN, struggling in third place behind its U.S. cable news competitors, Fox News Channel and MSNBC, is also experiencing losses at its sister network, CNN International—with employees present at a “surprise” town hall meeting in London told the losses have reached $10 million a year.
Employees present at the meeting told The Guardian CNN boss Jeff Zucker said the losses meant CNN would cut news production in London, and shift some jobs to CNN facilities in Atlanta and New York. Employees working on affected shows “were given no advance warning of the announcement.”
CNN could change all of this by simply altering their approach and becoming more balanced.
But they probably won’t.