CNN, or the Clinton News Network, was awarded the dubious Dan Rather Award for taking stenography from the Clinton Criminal Clan and reporting it as if it were news, from Breitbart:

Lanny Davis, attorney for former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen, told Buzzfeed on Monday that he was a source for CNN’s article last month claiming that Cohen would tell Special Counsel Robert Mueller that President Trump knew about the June 2016 Trump Tower meeting with a Russian purportedly offering information on Hillary Clinton.


The original CNN report, by Jim Sciutto, Carl Bernstein, and Marshall Cohen, claimed that Cohen had personally witnessed Donald Trump, Jr. informing Trump about the meeting, which would contradict the president’s statements that he did not know about it.


CNN — which cited “sources with knowledge” in its original report, has refused to back down. The report also said Davis had “declined to comment.”

When contacted by Buzzfeed, CNN said, “We stand by our story, and are confident in our reporting of it.”

So question for Mr. Bernstein, do you even know the difference between sources with actual knowledge and a paid flunkies?

Meanwhile back at Camp Clinton, from Daily Caller:

A Chinese-owned company operating in the Washington, D.C., area hacked Hillary Clinton’s private server throughout her term as secretary of state and obtained nearly all her emails, two sources briefed on the matter told The Daily Caller News Foundation.

The Chinese firm obtained Clinton’s emails in real time as she sent and received communications and documents through her personal server, according to the sources, who said the hacking was conducted as part of an intelligence operation.

The Chi-Com were reading the woman formerly known as the Smartest Woman in the World email in real time. Likely before Mrs. Clinton even sobered up.

2 Responses to “Clinton News Network(CNN) Wins Dan Rather Award”

  1. Is the Dan Blather award similarly equivalent to the coveted sow award Les Nessman won for WKRP

  2. Did not watch WKRP much.  The last sitcom that had me hooked was ”
    Married with Children.”  However Les appeared be honest but naive, in other words a stereotypical comic character.  On the other hand, Dan Rather was not honest, and arguably naive for believing his flimsily scam would work.

    It might have been better if had used Walter Duranty, a long time favorite target of the blog. However I felt the need for a newer target. Such is life.