2 students suspected in gunfire that wounded at least 8, sparked panic in Colorado | RecreationalWriter

So yes, there is a problem in America when headlines like “2 students suspected in gunfire that wounded at least 8, sparked panic in Colorado” continue to be broadcast. But the problem is not guns. The problem is violence glorification and lack of parenting. But the talking heads do not want to address that. It is easier to blame a right afforded to us by our Constitution, rather than to address people, and accountability.

Fox News is reporting that
2 students suspected in gunfire that wounded at least 8, sparked panic in Colorado. This is horrible news. Likely not news that any civilized human being would want to hear.

And … HERE. WE. GO.

Undoubtedly, all of the talking heads at CNN, MSNBC, Huffington Post, Vox, Washington Post, New York Times, and the rest of the fact-lacking outlets, as well as, no doubt, almighty righteous democrats running for president, will be on the common band wagon that happens when something outrageous like
2 students suspected in gunfire that wounded at least 8, sparked panic in Colorado happens. Ban guns.

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#CNN: From Bad, To Outright False | An Opinion | RecreationalWriter

In the past three years, CNN has gone from a marginally liberal network on opinion based programming, to a highly liberal network on opinion based programming and not factually based – even on “news” programming. The term the “Clinton News Network” that was thrown around by conservatives during the 2016 election, has grown to be far more believable, as if when accused of not being able to be any more biased, the executives at CNN said here, hold my beer. Arguably, CNN could change their name to DNN, and by more believable. DNN = Democrat News Network.

Pre-2016, CNN was known as a legitimate news source. Sure, they leaned farther left than other news networks. But they were still deemed factual and maintained the appearance of [at least some] impartiality. Pre-2016, CNN actually had segments that were news and factual based.

During the elections of 2016, CNN began to tip their hand as to how far left they had ventured, but they still pretended to maintain facts. However, by January 2017 (and perhaps in the months leading up to January 2017), CNN began to not even be concerned with impartiality. This article claims that President Trump mislabeled CNN as “Fake News,” however turn around and call their reporting mostly accurate. If a news organization’s reporting is only mostly accurate, then I think that being labeled as fake news is warranted.

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