Lemon didn’t disappoint, telling Banfield there may come a time when we will need to discuss removing a monument to Thomas Jefferson from the U.S. Capitol because he once owned slaves. Video of that can be seen below:
While appearing on Anderson Cooper 360, activist Marc Lamont Hill said he was acquainted with Dolezal, and heard her say that only black people should lead the so-called #BlackLivesMatter movement that arose last year in the wake of police action against blacks.
While appearing on CNN Monday, Shapiro let it be known that Israel has suffered in the court of public opinion, thanks to outlets like CNN.
While appearing on CNN, Mosab Hassan Yousef, the son of a founding member of Hamas, told Don Lemon that the terror group is not just seeking the complete destruction of Israel — it wants a global Islamic caliphate.
“Hamas is not seeking coexistence and compromise. Hamas is seeking conquest and taking over,” he said. “And by the way, the destruction of the State of Israel is not Hamas’s final destination. Hamas final destination is building the Islamic caliphate, which means an Islamic state under rubble of every other civilization.”
Dermer destroyed CNN for not reporting that the U.N. Secretary General warned that Hamas is using U.N. schools as bases for rocket attacks.
But it seems CNN isn’t aware of that basic fact, for Carol Costello announced — with a straight face, no less — that Mrs. Obama signed a piece of legislation into law.
It’s no secret that CNN’s fortunes have been on the decline. Mindful that it is hemorrhaging viewers, the network has been busy seeking solutions, including — as Kevin Whiteman reported late last month — developing “more compelling programming.”
And what could be more compelling than a good joke on cunnilingus? How about an anecdote by Anderson Cooper in which he revealed that his own elderly mother had “been serviced,” if you will, by “the Nijinsky of cunnilingus”?
Give CNN and ABC News.com Senior Political Editor Z. Byron Wolf credit. At least in his article at the network’s website, Wolf didn’t write, as the New York Times Editorial Board did yesterday, that Barack “Obama clearly misspoke when he said,” If you like your insurance, you can keep your insurance. (A person can be said to have misspoken when he says something once that turns out to be incorrect or untrue. When an individual makes the same claim two dozen times, each punctuated by the emphatic exclamation “Period,” he is way past simply misspeaking.)
Despite the fact that Zimmerman was found not guilty of all charges, she described him as a “murderer.”