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Before the creation of CNN, there were only three major networks: ABC, CBS and NBC.
All of who, along with MSNBC, love airing the dirty laundry...
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...of Republican politicians.
A couple weeks ago the Clintonian corruption made the news--again.
However, if you only get your news from television's original triumvirate, you'd never know that Hillary is now in the epicenter of the Russian Collusion Scandal.
I use to think MSNBC was the shrillest of the news networks. But it looks like cable news trendsetting CNN hit rock-bottom--and has started to dig.
None of the latest "bombshells" are too surprising. They've merely confirmed what us like-minded folks suspected all along: That the "unbiased" media, isn't as unbiased as they claim to be.
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But it's not just television that's turning off a lot of viewers.
Greg Gutfeld explains why magazines suck.
I never paid any attention to the pop culture magazines mentioned in The Five's video.
I use to subscribe to Military History magazine, and would read each issue cover-to-cover. Then several years ago the articles took a distinct leftward turn. Even after getting barraged by angry Letters to the Editor, the editorial politburo continued it's long march. I let my subscription lapse and haven't read a single issue since.
Now I see a similar turn with Writer's Digest, a magazine supposedly about writing and getting published. In every issue, at least one author has to toss-in some leftist political-social comment. I'm letting my subscription to this magazine lapse too.
At least I'll be uncluttering my mailbox and maybe even reduce my carbon footprint.
While I get a sense of shadenfreude over the shrinking subscriptions and viewerships of these lefty businesses, I won't get excited over any open secret bombshells about Bill & Hill...
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...until they're indicted, and behind bars--without bail.