Fake news made a decision shortly after Donald Trump won the Presidency.
Network President Jeff Zucker and the rest of the on-air talent at CNN cast their lot with the Democrats to defeat Donald Trump in 2020.
But CNN suffered this failure that is the biggest defeat in the network’s history.
In May 2017, a Harvard study found that 93 percent of the coverage on fake news CNN and NBC of President Trump was negative.
That number should not surprise any American, and the likelihood is that in the last two years, the percentage of negative coverage on fake news CNN stayed the same or somehow went up.
That’s because the guests CNN fills its airwaves with are overwhelmingly Democrats.
A Media Research Center study of CNN programming during the randomly selected weeks of January 7-11, March 25-29, and June 10-14 found that CNN booked 136 Democrat members of Congress compared to just 29 Republicans.
Finally, CNN leaned on Democrat partisans to host programs.
Two of the network’s high-profile anchors are Chris “Fredo” Cuomo – who is the son of former Democrat New York Governor Mario Cuomo and brother of current New York Governor Andrew Cuomo – and former Obama administration hatchet man Jim Sciutto.
Every other CNN anchor is either a committed leftist or a corporate sock puppet who will parrot CNN’s anti-Trump talking points.
CNN is stacking the deck on their airwaves with far-left guests and hosts to try and drive down President Trump’s approval numbers to help elect the Democrat Party nominee.
And CNN gloated at poll numbers that showed Donald Trump trailing behind five of his potential Democrat rivals in head-to-head matchups.
But CNN’s best laid plans blew up in their faces.
First, any head-to-head matchup poll taken before October 2020 has no predictive value.
These polls often spit out results that deviate wildly from the final result on Election Day.
Second, a brand new NPR/Marist/PBS poll found 49 percent of registered voters believe Donald Trump will win re-election in 2020.
Just 37 percent of registered voters told pollsters they think the eventual Democrat nominee will defeat President Trump.
Trump’s strength in this poll is likely tied to the fact that 51 percent of voters rate the economy as either good or excellent.
The economy is always the number one issue in any election.
If voters possess confidence in the state of the economy, the President wins re-election.
But should Americans sour on their economic prospects, they boot the incumbent.
President Trump owns the advantage of running for re-election with a growing economy as his backdrop.
And there is no amount of Democrat guests CNN can book or fake news CNN can interview that will change that fact.
Liberal Propaganda Exposed will continue to keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.