Limbaugh went on to say that CNN’s coverage was in line with a kind of reporting that seeks to cast a pall over a man’s character through outlandish but unverified charges.“What we have here, folks, is a variation on, ‘Yeah, we have no evidence, but the seriousness of the charge demands an investigation,’” Mr. “We first heard that or I first became familiar with it during the Clarence Thomas, Anita Hill hearings. I first heard about it when they alleged that George H. Bush flew on an SR-71 in the summer of 1980 to meet with the Iranians in Paris to arrange for the hostages to remain captive until after the election to facilitate the election of Reagan.”“Gary Sick, a University of Columbia professor, wrote an entire book on this,” the host continued.
Focusing on Clinton gave the RNC a way to motivate the party's grassroots activists without making the move seem like too much of a power grab by party officials.Some of NBC and CNN's own reporters even bristled at the idea of the Clinton projects airing on their networks as she would plausibly in the thick of campaigning ahead of 2016.In two dozen of the supposed examples of plagiarism cited by the cable TV network, "CNN hid from readers that her footnotes gave proper credit to the source," she said."I came away impressed by the very high quality and care taken by Ms.The university hasn’t weighed in on the matter publicly.
It is significant that CNN’s smear vehicle is written by Andrew Kaczynski, formerly of Buzz Feed, the cat video-loving so-called media outlet run by Ben Smith, a gossip-loving left-wing former reporter. The attorney who has weighed in on this case is Lynn Chu, a member of the New York State Bar who earned her juris doctor degree from the University of Chicago in 1982.
And they scored an immediate victory just hours later, when Fox Television Studios announced it had canceled plans to produce NBC's miniseries about Clinton.
Radio host Rush Limbaugh excoriated CNN’s Jake Tapper and Buzz Feed on Wednesday for a “coordinated” attack on President-elect Donald Trump.
Limbaugh told listeners on Wednesday that CNN’s Jake Tapper knew what would happen, but acted anyway because “the normal techniques” for destroying Republicans “bounce off of Trump.”“There’s a coordinated effort,” Mr. “CNN reports on the existence of the report but they don’t detail it.
Jake Tapper, who wants to be known as one of the most highly respected journalists in the world, decides to start vomiting this stuff — but he doesn’t get into details.
Speculation ensued this week that the party would consider conservative moderators like radio hosts Rush Limbaugh and Mark Levin, as well as Fox News' Sean Hannity — something that all three reacted to with positive coverage.