Journalists should be objective and report facts, not conjecture and speculation. Sadly, this is often lost at CNN. CNN boss Jeff Zucker said in July he wants more objectivity at the network. This has yet to come to pass. Last night via Mediaite, in a bit appropriately titled 'Wrongnado', Jon Stewart and the Daily Show team did a marvelous take down of CNN over its coverage of the Navy Yard shootings. See an earlier skewering of CNN at this link. Enjoy.
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Via Real Clear Politics, this was a REALLY funny take on the mainstream media's coverage of President Obama's second inauguration. Especially funny was the Daily Show team catching George Stephanopolis mistaking Bill Russell for Morgan Freeman.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartGet More: Daily Show Full Episodes,Political Humor & Satire Blog,The Daily Show on Facebook Jon Stewart and the Daily Show team obliterate the Obama Administration for their (wrong) hunch about the assassination of Libyan Ambassador Chris Stevens. This was fun to watch while waiting for the interview with Arnold Schwarzenegger. [...]
Awesome clip via Noel Sheppard at Newsbusters How bad was MSNBC's coverage of Republican Governor Scott Walker winning his recall election in Wisconsin Tuesday? Well, the Daily Show's Jon Stewart on Wednesday renamed the network "MSNB-Sad" saying that it "passed through all the stages of grief last night" (video follows with transcript and commentary, serious [...]