CNN presents itself as a factual news and information organization. In reality, it is a political organization that promotes its own agenda in the form of biased news segments and articles.
For example, CNN reported on a Harvard study that claimed female doctors are better than male doctors. The organization stated "When a patient goes to the best hospital, he or she usually hopes for a doctor who is knowledgeable and experienced. Something else to wish for? A woman physician. That's because female doctors may on average be better than their male counterparts at treating patients in the hospital and keeping them healthy long-term, according to findings published Monday in JAMA Internal Medicine." They also used the study to promote higher pay for women stating "With such incentives in play, hospitals may now see more value in female doctors -- who, research has found, are consistently paid less than their male counterparts and less likely to get promoted." More of their propaganda can be read here.
CNN's newscast discussing the study similarly promoted female supremacy. However, an activist, Lucian Vâlsan, researched the actual study and discovered both CNN's and Harvard's conclusions were a farce. His detailed video review of the newscast is 18 minutes long. However, readers only wanting an analysis of the study's data can advance Lucian’s video to the 9:30 mark.
Lucian's analysis shows that patient mortality rates for male and female doctors are very similar. The difference is less than 1% in every case except for Sepsis. Similarly, Lucian's analysis shows that readmission rates for patient's treated by female and male doctors are comparable. The difference ranges from 0% to 1.1% for all medical conditions researched. These differences are small and within statistical error. The small statistical differences could be attributed to researcher bias - which was extremely intense. None of this of course was discussed by CNN.
Also, during CNN's newscast discussing the study, they displayed the phrase "ANYONE SURPRISED (WINK)" across the bottom of the screen. This phrase is symbolic of the network’s female supremacist mentality - especially among its women reporters. This is exactly why the term 'feminazi' was coined. These feminist reporters see themselves as superior to men.
The purpose of CNN's Harvard study newscast was to promote the network's feminist ideology of female superiority.
Another example of CNN as a political organization comes from WikiLeaks. Various emails reveal the organization colluded with Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign in devising ways to undermine her opponents credibility.
An email written by CNN consultant and Democratic Party National Committee (DNC) operative Donna Brazile states:
"Subject: One of the questions directed to HRC tomorrow is from a woman with a rash"
"Her family has lead poison and she will ask what, if anything, will Hillary do as president to help the ppl of Flint. Folks, I did a service project today. It's so tragic. And what's worse, some homes have not been tested and it's important to encourage seniors to also get tested. "
The email was sent to multiple Clinton staffers before Hillary Clinton’s debate against Bernie Sanders hosted by CNN. It would let Hillary prepare for a known debate question while Sanders would remain unaware of his debate questions. This would make Sanders appear less prepared for the debate than Hillary thus undermining Sanders credibility as a leader.
CNN used a somewhat similar strategy in their efforts to undermine another Hillary opponent, Donald Trump. The news organization coordinated with the DNC on how to question Trump during interviews. An email from DNC Research Director Lauren Dillon to fellow DNC colleagues states:
"Wolf Blitzer [CNN reporter] is interviewing Trump on Tues ahead of his foreign policy address on Wed. Please send me thoughts by 10:30 AM tomorrow."
DNC staffer Kelly Roberts sent back 11 different questions she and others had composed. They are shown here.
Another email shows CNN sent a representative, Dan Merica, to John Podesta's (chairman of Hillary's presidential campaign) home for a secret dinner party that was supposed to be off the record. The email states:
"Here is the current RSVP list to the Thursday Night (4/9) dinner at Podesta’s. " There were representatives from multiple news organizations for the 'off the record' affair.
These emails show CNN was not objectively reporting actual election news. Instead, it was attempting to manipulate the outcome of the presidential election.
Another example of CNN promoting its own agenda thru biased news segments comes from its article titled "You participated in the Women's March. Now what?"
The 'news' article did not even try to be objective. Instead, it was incoherent political propaganda imploring people to protest President Trump. Oddly, the article made the statement "Research shows that female lawmakers tend to push policies that support women and families and work across the aisle, according to the United State of Women, a partner in the Women's March on Washington." Thus, according to a feminist group, female lawmakers tend to be sexist. They have little interest in men and boys. Their only concern is women. Sen Kirsten Gillibrand (NY) is an example on one such lawmaker.
Another article titled "Women'smarch: Cathartic moment or enduring movement?" gave only a vague description of the different groups attending the protest. However, research reveals, the women's groups attending the protest had their own special interests. There were groups such as the Center for Health and Gender Equity ( advocates for a foreign policy that is woman-centered), Association of Black Women Attorneys ( a legal association developed by and for black women), EMILY’s List (funds only Democratic Party female candidates), The Autonomous Womyn’s Front (a kind of women's Klu Klux Klan), Empower HER Business ( a Christian business women's group), Black Women’s Roundtable (championing just and equitable public policy for Black women), Feminist Majority Foundation ( a female chauvinist organization) and, oddly, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (a group with direct links to the violent anti Semite group HAMAS). The only idea which unified the different feminist organizations was their sexism and hatred towards men.
Additionally, CNN hid infighting between feminist organizations from the public. For example, a number of black feminists wanted white women to “understand their privilege". One wrote "What will this organization do when all eyes are on them? Will they continue to tread the well-worn path of white feminism to the exclusion of others?"
CNN's purpose in creating the vague article was to urge feminist solidarity against men.
A final example of CNN promoting its own agenda comes from its news show "The Situation Room". A segment aired January 18, 2017 with host Wolf Blitzer and contributor Brian Todd theorizing about President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence being blown up on inauguration day. An American news service does not theorize about American presidents being blown up. These are the actions of an extremist totalitarian political group.
CNN is not a real news organization. It does not broadcast stories based on factual objective views. In reality, CNN is a political group. It promotes its own political agenda in the form of biased and fraudulent news segments which typically omit unfavorable facts. Often, these segments project the network's feminist ideology of female superiority.