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CNN circles down the drain


CNN is in trouble. Since predicting in 2016 that Hillary Clinton could not lose the presidential election, the network that once billed itself as “The Most Trusted Name in News,” and “The World Leader in News,” has continued its sharp ratings decline. They use the phrase, “Facts First,” but have fallen so far in viewers the word “first” isn’t associated with their brand in journalism, unless it refers to first in fake news. As extreme liberal media darlings, since they whiffed big time on the screen the night of the election, they have been hell-bent on a course of rabid Trump-hating ever since. One recent publication wondered if their death spiral will lead the organization to clean house or close its doors. What they are doing is far from being objective. Worse, they don’t even try. I am a conservative and used to watch CNN daily. Nowadays I’d rather watch the spin cycle at the laundromat, or the paint peel at City Hall. Heck, I find more substance in the lint I pick from my navel than their cast of Johnny One-Notes. For the record, I don’t watch Fox News either. Read stories like this and more in your latest edition of The Ennis News. Be informed, subscribe today!

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