Submitted by ub on Thu, 05/18/2023 - 08:59

CNN's Christiane Maria Heideh Amanpour tells the truth at Columbia University with a direct, respectful message, and plenty of class.

As one of the many proud recipients of the Alfred I duPont Award for excellence in journalism for NBC News Overnight and a former Columbia Univesity Gatekeeper, I will always be thankful for everyone who speaks truth to power.

Amanpour, who was there in the early years is not the only #CNN figure questioning the network’s hosting of the Trump fake news fiasco. Senior media correspondent Oliver Darcy asked how the American people were served by the town hall. Other CNN employees voiced their gripes about that regrettable shit show.

Elsewhere, #CNN has been condemned by the likes of Jon Stewart and MSNBC hosts.

Please pay close attention to the 40:05 and forward.

Has CNN’s Chris Licht not only lost his way but also the why of making his questionable decisions?

The definition of a divided nation should make all registered voters sick from manufactured hatred. Americans living in the USA are experiencing strange times, where #MAGA Republicans make accusations as fact. However, investigations and indictments are handed down and the same blind mice consider them false, fake, inconclusive, hoax, witchhunt, etc.
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The official audio for Buffalo Springfield - "For What It's Worth" from their eponymous debut album. Buffalo Springfield was a rock band formed in Los Angeles by Canadian musicians Neil Young, Bruce Palmer, Dewey Martin, and American musicians Stephen Stills and Richie Furay. They were known for the song "For What It's Worth"

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The Murrow words below are as relevant today as they were decades ago.