Liberal MSM Double Standard: CNN attacks Governor Palin with Pink’s “Stupid Girls” Bumper Music … And They Wonder Why They Have No Ratings
CNN used to be known as the most trusted name in news, now they have no ratings and are considered a joke. I wonder why?
Oops, they did it again. The liberal MSM and their double standards are at it again. This time it’s CNN and their genius of playing Pink’s “Stupid Girls’ as bumper music before a CNN Sunday morning piece about former Alaska governor Sarah Palin visiting a Chick-fil-A. This is the non-bias and hateful treatment one receives from liberals who are so open minded and respectful of others opinions, especially when its in support of traditional marriage. Wow, how original. How advent guard. Imagine just imagine if something like this was done prior to an interview of a female Democrat? What would happen if DNC Chair and Rep. Debbie Wasserman’s Schultz’ bumper music was ‘Liar, Liar’ or CNN preempted an interview with Democrat House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi with ‘The Bitch is Back’? Hmm?
Transcript from NewsBusters:
[Music and lyrics]: Aha, aha. Stupid girl, stupid girls, stupid girls. Maybe if I act like that…
RANDI KAYE, ANCHOR: Sarah Palin is apparently hungry for chicken and controversy. She posted this on Twitter and Facebook: “Stopped by Chick-fil-A in the Woodlands to support a great business.” That is her and her husband Todd. Chick-fil-A has come under fire after, we were just telling you, after its president Dan Cathy came out in opposition to same-sex marriage. Several communities now trying to block Chick-fil-A from coming into their cities. Fellow Republican Mike Huckabee has organized that Chick-fil-A appreciation day scheduled for Wednesday.
Will CNN be asked to apologize?
Hot Air reminds us of when the house band on Jimmy Fallon’s show played a derogatory song clip as then presidential candidate Michele Bachmann was coming on stage. Fallon later apologized. Just curious, what producer of a news network actually thinks that such things like this is actually appropriate and professional? Then again, it’s CNN we are referring to.