There’s a New Sheriff At CNN and He Wants Real News

CNN Chairman and CEO Chris Licht
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It is really refreshing and validating when something you’ve been saying for a long time gets proven true. Take CNN for example: conservatives like Donald Trump and others have known the network was nothing but “fake news” for years, but were called conspiracy theorists or worse. Now, even CNN is admitting that conservatives were right all along.

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Warner Bros. Discovery CEO David Zaslav, along with Chris Licht recently took over at CNN. They are trying to right a sinking ship and they do have some good ideas. They “get it,” so to speak.

The new leadership at CNN has said the network must become less partisan. Now, Licht wants to see if the current hosts can do that. “For on-air talent, that includes engaging in respectful interviews that don’t feel like PR stunts. For producers and bookers, that includes making programming decisions that are focused on nuance, not noise,” reports Axios.

If his current talent cannot make the adjustment to being less partisan, they may have to go, reported sources to Axios. “Licht doesn’t want to necessarily shy away from personality programming, especially in prime time, but he wants to ensure that partisan voices don’t dominate in a way that harms CNN,” a source told Axios.

One twitter user had this to say, however: “Let me help you here CNN: Your partisan “talent” cannot be unpartisan #Gutfeld

Another said this: “This is a smart move on their part! This was my go to NEWS channel 25 years ago but is partisan garbage today! @CNN

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Only time will tell is CNN will be able to dig itself out of the giant liberal hole it dug itself into over decades. They have been alarmist and entirely driven by how much money they can rake in, at the expense of truth. This, in turn, has divided our country and made it nearly impossible to know what to believe anymore. Do you think the new CNN leadership will be successful in reviving the network?

Stacey Warner

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