Wow, Jeff Zucker’s got to be kicking himself that he resigned from CNN right as it was gearing up to launch its paid subscription service, CNN+. As Twitchy reported, CNN has already given a show to Twitter troll and content thief Rex Chapman, and now we’re hearing that Jemele Hill is also getting a show. As Joe Concha points out, Hill said Glenn Youngkin won the gubernatorial race in Virginia because “this country simply loves white supremacy.” We imagine Hill’s show will make Joy Reid’s sound tame.
Jemele Hill — who called Trump a white supremacist & said "the country simply loves white supremacy" following 2021 GOP wins in Virginia that included the election of the first Black woman (Winsome Sears) as Lt. Gov — has been hired by CNN+.
This is as on-brand as it gets…
— Joe Concha (@JoeConchaTV) February 10, 2022
She’s also been sorry to find “that many black men just want better access to patriarchy” and noted on January 6 that the Capitol Police “see black people as a threat that needs to be eliminated.”
— Kori Bright (@yotefun) February 10, 2022
Yep. The @CNN ”family” never disappoints
— KC Frew (@KnoxvilleKC) February 10, 2022
— Better in BB (@krobinson4781) February 10, 2022
CNN gonna CNN
— 🐊🦅🇺🇲Uncle Gator 🇺🇸🦅🐊 (@TheRealTGregs) February 10, 2022
Joe she’s not going to date you…. Her response in 5,4,3,2,1
— Alejandro MaJERKas (@iggytrmp12) February 10, 2022
On the bright side, she will never be seen in public again.
— Oh What Now? (@BarryHuizenga1) February 10, 2022
— 💎StefanyB🇺🇸💎 (@sberrios5171) February 10, 2022
Chris Wallace walked into a hot mess
— President Frank Drebin (@UnclePooky) February 10, 2022
Their plan is to replace obnoxious people with someone even more obnoxious.
— Jay J (@JJlikestoplay) February 10, 2022
So CNN going farther left!
— ERIC ANDREW SIMON (@LOUSDAD2000) February 10, 2022
Goldberg and Wallace have company!
— Debra Kipp (@dkipp1353) February 10, 2022
I love that Chris Wallace and Jonah Goldberg will be working that nut.
— MaryEM (@MaryEM106) February 10, 2022
Wallace should be so excited
— Sally Tomato (@MrSallyTomato) February 10, 2022
Right at home with Chris Wallace and Don Lemon!
— Jeeper (@kyjeeper65) February 10, 2022
CNN is doubling down to the subterranean level for 2022.
— KarenG 🇺🇸 (@KgiardenKaren) February 10, 2022
I thought they were doing a clean up. Guess not.
— NoLa Jodie 504 (@NOrleansgirl) February 10, 2022
Thought CNN was supposedly turning a new leaf toward real journalism.
— NanaBanana Living in the Free State of Florida (@EmJHarris2) February 10, 2022
Unbelievable. So instead of becoming more reasonable and centrist (which you'd think they might, due to poor ratings) they take an even bigger leap to the left by hiring a race-baiting flame thrower. Wow.
— Wook Hunter (@RyFreems) February 10, 2022
J.A. Adande going to be next? Seems they like racist ESPN rejects…
— Coldsooner (@Coldsooner) February 10, 2022
Sounds like the new guy in charge at CNN will be a great success.
— farmlife (@farmlifeintheus) February 10, 2022
Yes not shocking. I was hopeful they would make an attempt at promoting less race bating, racial defamation and other unscrupulous racial behavior but I guess I’m the clown. 🤡
— Just a guy 🇺🇸 (@Chuckblades_) February 10, 2022
Good. CNN+ makes no sense as a business model. The only way CNN can survive is to be a "loss leader" in a much more popular streaming service.
And no version of the parent company seems eager to do that.
— AmishDude (@TheAmishDude) February 10, 2022
CNN+ is going to offer you Jake Tapper’s book club, a talk show hosted by Don Lemon, Chapman doing something, and now Hill.
CNN, which just hired Rex Chapman, now hiring for a new team dedicated to covering disinformation https://t.co/kAvrHqHkW6
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) January 19, 2022