CNN Employees Need To Use Research and Dictionaries | RecreationalWriter.com

There is no doubt that CNN has become the news outlet of choice for the Democrats and the DNC. Rarely do they even pretend to be unbiased. Hiring far left commentators and opinionists as hosts for most, if not all, of their programming.

They have traversed into the radical left that are the Huffington Post, Vox, NPR and MSNBC. They rarely speak to facts, but rather, seemingly, use memes and Twitter as their ‘sources.’ Even with their total disregard for facts, they at least had a good understanding of the English language. Or not.

It seems CNN found that out and said “hold my beer.” One of their newest ‘analysts’ or ‘expert’ is Andrew Gillum. As Floridians know, Andrew Gillum is the failed gubernatorial candidate for Florida. Previously a member of the city council and mayor of the crime ridden, low wage Capitol city, Tallahassee. Embroiled in scandal (allegedly taking gifts from lobbyists, and taking tax payer funded vacations), FBI investigations and Ethics committee complaints and violations and George Soros funded.

As if all of that was not enough.

191 years of definition must be wrong.

Actually, according to Merriam-Webster dictionary, illegal is, in fact, a *gasp* … noun. Specifically, Merriam-Webster dictionary says this about the word ‘illegal’:

Merriam-Webster dictionary ‘illegal’ definition

It would seem to me that Mr. Gillum may be best served by returning to definition 101 rather than distorting facts to play political games.

As for CNN, their sole purpose has morphed into playing political games.

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