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CNN staff say network’s pro-Israel slant amounts to ‘journalistic malpractice’

CNN staff accuses CNN of malpractice

CNN is facing a backlash from its own staff over editorial policies they say have led to a regurgitation of Israeli propaganda and the censoring of Palestinians perspectives in the network’s coverage of the war in Gaza.

Journalists in CNN newsrooms in the US and overseas say broadcasts have been skewed by management edicts and a story-approval process that has resulted in highly partial coverage of the Hamas massacre on 7 October and Israel’s retaliatory attack on Gaza.

“The majority of news since the war began, regardless of how accurate the initial reporting, has been skewed by a systemic and institutional bias within the network toward Israel,” said one CNN staffer. “Ultimately, CNN’s coverage of the Israel-Gaza war amounts to journalistic malpractice.”


Jon Stewart will return to 'The Daily Show' as a weekly guest host

Jon Stewart returns Daily Show until election

After more than a year searching to find a new host, The Daily Show has tapped the man who built it into a media and show business institution to help forge its next chapter.

Jon Stewart, who hosted the program for 16 years before leaving in 2015, will return to The Daily Show as a part-time host and executive producer through the 2024 presidential election cycle. He'll lead the program on Monday nights beginning Feb. 12, leaving hosting on Tuesdays through Thursdays to the show's correspondents.

But, more importantly, Stewart and his manager James Dixon will serve as executive producers for all episodes through 2025. The announcement says Stewart will "shape [the] next chapter of the franchise" – whatever that means – effectively kicking the question of who might host the show permanently down the road, past the time when Americans will choose our next president.


CNN Dumps Donald Trump Presser For A Dose Of The Truth

Kaitlan Collins

“News Central” anchor Kaitlan Collins cut into a live feed of the former president and Republican 2024 front-runner yet again repeating his baseless stolen election claims following a D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals hearing in which his lawyers had argued his “absolute immunity” from prosecution for his acts when in the White House. Legal experts have dismissed the argument.

Collins interrupted the network’s broadcast of the presser after Trump told untruths about “tremendous voter fraud” and “determinative voter fraud” and falsely claimed he was being targeted by President Joe Biden ahead of a possible rematch of the 2020 election in November.

“Of course, a few fact checks and reality statements on what you’re hearing there,” she told viewers.

“There is no evidence of voter fraud. Many courts have found that there has never been any evidence of it that Trump has been able to bring, despite what he is continuing to say there,” she added.


'Shockingly reckless': Fox News hosts privately shot down Trump's 'big lie' over election fraud

FOX News hosts did not believe election was stolen

Top executives and news hosts at Fox News privately shared they did not buy into then-President Donald Trump’s allegations of 2020 election fraud, despite giving airtime to many of those same false claims, according to a court filing in Dominion Voting Systems' defamation lawsuit against the news network.

"Privately, Fox's hosts and executives knew that Donald Trump lost the election and that he needed to concede," the filing reads. "But Fox viewers heard a different story — repeatedly."

Top Fox hosts didn't believe election fraud claims:

  • Host Tucker Carlson said as early as Nov. 16, 2020, that Trump ally Sidney Powell was "lying" about election fraud, according to the filing. He texted an individual whose name was redacted that her claims, made without evidence, were "shockingly reckless."
  • In a deposition, host Sean Hannity said of Powell’s election fraud narrative that he “did not believe it for one second,” according to the filing. But in the meantime, he told his audience that "it will be impossible to ever know the true, fair, accurate election results, that's a fact," the filing says.
  • Host Laura Ingraham told Carlson that Powell is “a complete nut. No one will work with her. Ditto with R

Day 66 of Putin's war. Ukraine destroys enemy command post near Izyum, Russians fire on two evacuation buses near Popasna

Ukraine war in 6th day
  • 1915: Ukrainian forces regained control over four settlements in Kharkiv Oblast on April 30 – Verkhnya Rohanka, Ruska Lozova, Slobidsky and Prelesny – Ukraine’s General Staff reported
1837: As a result of a missile attack in the Odesa region, the runway of the Odesa airport has been damaged, the Ukrainian military’s Operational Command South reported. The airport runway has been put out of action, the military said.

1756: Ukraine and Russia held another exchange of prisoners on April 30, with 14 Ukrainians returning home - seven soldiers and seven civilians. The prisoner exchange was announced by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territories Iryna Vereshchuk.

1704: Almost all the buildings on the territory of the Azovstal plant, which is regularly attacked by the invading Russian forces and which has become a refuge for the residents of besieged Mariupol, have been destroyed. A new satellite images from the private U.S. company Maxar Technologies shows the level of devastation at the plant, writes CNN.


Chris Wallace Speaks Out Against Fox News' Election Conspiracies

Chris Wallace

Former Fox News host Chris Wallace has opened up about his surprising decision last year to jump ship for rival network CNN ― saying Fox News’ post-2020 coverage became “increasingly unsustainable” for him and that he disagreed with its airing of political conspiracy theories.

“I just no longer felt comfortable with the programming at Fox,” Wallace told The New York Times in an interview published Sunday.

The veteran news anchor, who joined Fox News in 2003, said it wasn’t until after former President Donald Trump’s 2020 defeat that he felt a shift at the network. He said he could no longer do his job well and feel good about it, and that he spent “a lot of 2021 looking to see if there was a different place for me to do my job.”

“I’m fine with opinion: conservative opinion, liberal opinion,” he said. “But when people start to question the truth — Who won the 2020 election? Was Jan. 6 an insurrection? — I found that unsustainable.”



Fox News cameraman and producer killed in Ukraine

FOX journalist and  produer killed in UkraineTwo Fox News journalists – producer Oleksandra Kuvshynova and cameraman Pierre Zakrzewski – were killed in the attack outside Kyiv which injured correspondent Benjamin Hall, the US network and its journalists confirmed on Tuesday.

Fox News in a statement only announced the death of Zakrzewski. Ukrainian officials and Fox News reporters confirmed that Kuvshynova was also killed in the attack.

“RIP Pierre and Sasha,” Fox News Pentagon correspondent Lucas Tomlinson wrote on Twitter, using a diminutive name for the producer, and sharing a recent picture of the two, smiling with Hall.

Zakrzewski and Kuvshynova died “as a result of artillery shelling by Russian troops in the north-eastern part of the village of Gorenka”, Ukrainian website said.

TVNL Comment:  Keep supporting Russia, you fools at Fox News. There were people in the US who collaborated with the Nazis last time around.  They also learned the hard way.


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