Skip to comments.CNN Upset Over Mexican Cooperation with Trump on Border Control
Posted on 10/20/2019 3:35:28 PM PDT by PJ-Comix
CNN is upset because President Donald Trump's border control policies are working so well thanks in large part to the cooperation of the Mexican government. And it is that cooperation with Mexico that also irks Univision anchor Jorge Ramos from whom it is obvious CNN got many of their talking points.
Oddly enough, however, CNN while being upset with Mexico, also concedes that Trump's border policies are working well. You can see that suprising concession in the very title of their Sunday story by Catherine Shoichet and Natalie Gallón (with talking points lifted from Jorge Ramos), "Why some say Mexico already built Trump's wall -- and paid for it."
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IMHO CNN is a subversive organization. In time of war the directors would be arrested and hung or shot.
Trump thinks outside the box.
CNN = Public enemy number one.
What really surprises me is that the CNN board of directors has not fired zucchini-head Zucker yet.
I can’t figure out what AT&T sees as the value of keeping CNN. It sure antagonizes the hell out of Trump, and AT&T could use a clean slate in its many dealings with regulators.
Get these fuchs out of airports immediately. Just drop the contracts. Channel will fold in under a year.
Impeachment and removal of Trump is not coming soon enough for CNN (and Jorge Ramos).
...antagonizes the hell out of Trump...
All of POTUS’ (& our) opponents know he is going to be reelected. So, their game plan is to keep roiling the electorate with fear and greed. As long as the divisions are exacerbated, society is in flux and that gives them an advantage. It keeps everyone divided. A divided electorate is less of a threat.
I also think China is a main player in all the chaos. Notice how they promise a deal, let Trump announce it and then coyly withdraw enough to encourage more declarations of incompetency from the progs.
Who ultimately controls AT&T? I don’t really know, but I imagine someone here does. They likely don’t fear regulators at this point in time.
Watching what AT&T is doing with DirecTV, makes me wonder if they are nuts.
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