The “liberal” media is at it again. CNN has just announced that it has hired former Bush press secretary, and Fox News anchor, Tony Snow, to be a conservative commentator.
Snow: “I’m delighted to be able to join CNN during the most exciting and unpredictable political year in memory. The big challenge in 2008 is to develop deep, creative and aggressive analysis of both political parties, their candidates and campaigns. I’m eager to get started, since this race is sure to shape American politics for years to come.”
If this is CNN’s answer to the Fox News signing of Karl Rove it is yet another blunder on the part of their programming staff. The last time they went after the Fox model was the acquisition of Glenn Beck, who is now the lowest rated evening pundit on any of the cable news nets.
CNN’s press release on Snow failed to mention that he is presently the permanent guest host for Bill O’Reilly’s Radio Factor. Which raises the question of when, precisely, O’Reilly’s aneurysm will erupt. Remember this…
“O’Reilly: “But you can’t go over to CNN. I mean, that’s the devil over there. You can’t. You know. You’re a religious guy. You can’t go into the pagan throne over there.”
Score one for Satan.
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If they would ONLY report what they know instead of what is easy. If they would only stop looking the other way when a report might be too messy.
CNN and FOX know a lot about Pat Robertson’s abuses of power and crimes, yet do not report it. CNN and FOX know about Gordon Robertson’s extramarital affair with a stalker and do not report it and those frauds continue to feign holiness of the 700 Club with NO ONE holding them accountable and telling the public the truth. It makes me sick to know that so many faithfuls send their money to those sleazebag liars on the Pat Robertson Show and the FCC has given them their blessing as a legitimate news program.
By all appearances, it seems Tony Snow is no longer with Bill O’Reilly’s Radio Factor program. Snow has not been on the program since at least April 25. Michael Smerconish from WPHT in Philadelphia has been performing the guest host duties since late April. Snow’s disappearance from the Radio Factor program coincides precisely with the April 21 announcement by CNN. I wonder if he was fired or had a mutually agreed departure.
Thanks for that update. I don’t monitor the radio program.
However, Snow has also not been much of a presence on CNN. So I wonder if his scarcity is related to his health. Hope not.
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