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Old 05-07-2019, 10:16 PM   #1
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Far-left CNN announced Monday that more than 100 jobs have been axed at the ratings-challenged cable network.

These job cuts are being spun by Brian Stelter, CNN’s left-wing media reporter (who regularly spreads fake news and conspiracy theories), as “no layoffs” but rather “voluntary buyouts throughout the organization, and about 100 people opted for it.”

The only problem with that spin is that buyouts are layoffs with some compensation attached. In other words, “voluntary buyout” is corporatespeak for “layoff.” Generally, if “buyouts” aren’t accepted by enough employees, layoffs follow. For all we know, CNN could have offered these 100-plus employees $1 just to call it a buyout.

If CNN refuses to tell the truth about its own layoffs, about something so obvious, you can only imagine the lies CNN is willing to tell about things that actually matter.

In worse news, Deadline reports [emphasis added] that “more than 100 seasoned workers at the cable news network” lost their jobs — meaning veterans, old hands, those who have been around a while.

Deadline also makes clear that these “buyouts” are layoffs because CNN’s new parent company AT&T is looking to restructure and reduce debt.

Deadline adds [emphasis added], “The buyouts are consistent with similar offerings at HBO and Turner and will see dozens of seasoned employees leave the news brand.” So…

It is only “dozens” at other divisions, but CNN got hit with “more than 100.”

Also of interest is the news that some of CNN’s broadcast operations have moved to Hudson Yards in Manhattan.

Here’s a Google Map of that location, which once again proves CNN does not believe in Global Warming.

If CNN truly believed sea levels are about to rise, why move right on the water?

This is just more bad news for a cable channel that lost 25 percent of what had already been a minuscule audience after the Mueller Report debunked the Russia Collusion Hoax, which dominated the basement-rated channel’s programming for two years.

In fact, ever since CNN chief Jeff Zucker took over, the last-place channel has gotten every major story of the last five-plus years completely wrong:
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The only people that see CNN are those at the airports i think.Bunch of losers
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Not sure but I think that's the station Dustedfairy watches.
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Meh - CNN has been going downhill for years...I love how they spin their website "opinion" articles by calling them "analysis" - as if that lends any additional credibility to the overt bias.

ABC News is just as bad - can't stand that Clinton-sycophant Stephanopolous, and the rest of the smug liberal crew. We turn GMA off dead on 7 am. If it weren't for Jared Willets and crew, I'd be watching the weather channel in the mornings.
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