That’s right! Bury bones, lapdogs!

The always awesome Larry Elder noticed these glaring omissions from a CNN article (term used loosely):

Twitter users offered up some reasons:

Heh. Most were not surprised at all.

This Twitter user noticed a little something else not mentioned by CNN:

Huh. Funny that!


Keep digging, lapdogs.


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Full Twitchy coverage of Larry Elder

  • longun45

    The entire CNN is merely a reflection of the egregious callousness of our progressive leaders and their wanton disregard for any kind of fact or condition that does not fit their cookie cutter approach to information. They are mentally deficient imbeciles.

  • PatriotRG

    cartoon news network – ignores the hard facts again.

  • TocksNedlog

    And their ratings increasingly reflect HOW MUCH of what they’re spewing the American people believe.

  • nc

    On the bright side: Larry Elder’s star is rising, while CNN’s is clearly sinking.

    • Jeff H

      CNN hasn’t had a star since the Titanic sank–the first time.

  • alanstorm

    “Larry Elder is a RACIST!”

    Any bets on how long it takes?

  • Danny Wheeler

    Yeah, they won’t dare question “The One”. (notice the sarcasm?)

  • Jeff H

    I believe the “journalists” at CNN have shat their last “Bush’s fault” from their arses, and have no other way to cover for their lover than refuse to name him where he should be named.

    • Clete Torres

      1. There are no ‘journalists’ at CNN.
      2. The lapdog media has an unending supply of ‘Blame Bush’ at the ready for all occasions.
      3. 0bama could commit murder (Benghazi) and the lib media would defend him against God himself.

  • Republicanvet

    Not a news article at all but a Proglodyte press release on covering Preezy Roofhits.
    Any mention of illegal immigration and it’s impact?

  • Maxwell

    The article also doesn’t mention that everyone, it seems to me at least, wants some type of experience before hiring. When I was looking at the classified here in Grand Rapids, MI, everyone, even the restaurant hiring a fry cook, wanted candidates who only had experience. I guess this can be contributed to employees just costing more. If someone has experience, they have a higher chance of being able to do what you ask them to. Therefore your investment isn’t as risky.

    That 17.1% is not accurate either. People like me are employed in the eyes of the government, but our income only lasts as long as the hockey season (or whatever sport you officiate.)

  • barry1817

    I won’t hire a person that doesn’t make me money, because the costs are too high, and the problems with firing such a person isn’t worth it.

    And then the pool of candidates is so shallow that it at times isn’t worth my time to even bother.

  • $8203344

    This is where the ignorance of the electorate comes from. Its amazing how ill-informed some people are.

  • OLLPOH ~ America

    Ruling Class calls upon the Victim Class only when dear leader makes the call, and not before. He and Only he makes the call for a VictimRally.

  • The Penguin

    Usual fodder. CNN sucks, The Administration sucks, half or better of Congress sucks…maybe in 2014 we can turn the tables a bit. Till then, strap in…I’m thinking the best (worst) is yet to come.

  • BeeKaaay

    TyranniCare is a job killer. The Leftwingwacko dominated MSM will bury that as long as inhumanly possible.

  • jeff4justice

    Larry Elder On Voting For Alternative Political Parties

  • Zefal

    That wasn’t an omission, but part of their mission. Pretend o’care isn’t to blame.

  • Mike Jones

    I’m sorry, but liberals are mental.

  • Montesquieu

    If free markets are to work well, respectable moral and legal principles must be in place to guide separate competitors in the marketplace.