I think at this point, most of us who have our eyes open are well aware that the mainstream media — think outlets like MSNBC, ABC, CBS, and CNN — have abandoned any vestige of actual journalism having decided it’s far more lucrative to hop in the proverbial sack with powerful progressives both in culture and the government and push their narratives as propaganda makers.
Which is why it’s no surprise that in the wake of the sudden and shocking departure of CNN’s CEO Chris Licht on Wednesday, one of the members of the company’s new leadership is married to a current Biden appointee who has some deep connections to the Clinton family.
This is really unfortunate because it seemed as if Licht was actually serious about helping to rein in the insanity of the network and drag it back from the left-wing fringes to more of an objective reporting style. Alas, that’s probably not going to happen. Then again, it probably was not going to happen anyway.
According to The Western Journal, “According to the report Thursday, three editorial executives will oversee much of the operations, and they will be assisted by a recently hired chief operating officer. For anyone who enjoyed CNN’s brief and minimal pivot to center-leaning-left, perhaps the most alarming member of this interim leadership is Virginia Moseley, the network’s executive vice president of editorial.”
“The 61-year-old Moseley is married to Thomas Nides, 62, President Joe Biden’s ambassador to Israel and a man who has deep ties to the Clinton political dynasty. To suggest she might not be particularly receptive to pro-Republican coverage would not be completely misplaced,” the report said.
Not only is Nides a part of the Biden administration, he was also deputy secretary of state for management and resources during the Obama era from 2011 to 2013, working directly under former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. You’d think this might be considered a conflict of interest, but I guess not.
Nides was given the Secretary of State’s Distinguished Service Award by the twice-failed Democratic presidential candidate back in 2013.
I don’t think we’re going to see Nides or his blushing bride slamming the very people who heaped such high praise on him, do you? Not likely. In fact, you’ll likely see a whole lot of the opposite.
“The other members of the interim leadership team might not have such clear and direct ties to the politicians the network should be covering, but each presents a question mark in his or her own right,” the Western Journal said. “Amy Entelis, the 72-year-old executive vice president for talent and content development, has been at CNN since 2012 and was at ABC for another 30 years prior to that.”
Moseley has dedicated more than half of her life to serving liberal media companies.
So yeah, looks like CNN is going to be reverting back to its former ways. What a shocker. I wouldn’t be surprised to see Don Lemon rehired and given the prime spotlight after this new shake up.