You know, don’t ya? You know who I am, Right?
We ought not assume we know someone based on a facial expression, small talk, gossip, social media profiles and/or posts, ambiguous personas, mainstream media’s platforms [including cable news], minions, hater’s perspectives [i.e., bouts of character assassination], nor parties of clear malice; we learn the true character of someone by endeavoring to communicate with that particular individual, treating him or her with dignity and respect, and allowing them the space to be who they really are.
I enjoy calling out CNN and its industry colleagues because of their arrogance, and desire to hide behind the U.S. Constitution’s freedom of the press badge, which allow these networks to engage in unscrupulous and mischievous activities in perpetuity. Wake up America!
Old news is still good news to reflect on, as it immerse us in important historical events:
Therefore, according to an article posted on The Daily Beast 12/7/2016, and subsequently updated 4/13/2017, a group of black employees for CNN decided to file a class-action lawsuit against “Turner Broadcasting” and “Time Warner” for “racial discrimination,” asserting that “employees suffered from abuse of power, nepotism, and retaliation at the hands of the powerful cable network.” Although such claims may not have succeeded in America’s courts of law, they will, however, serve as a fitting testament to the kinds of discrimination, harassment and bullying that exists behind the walls of CNN. Incidentally, WarnerMedia has since absorbed the assets of both Turner Broadcasting and Time Warner.
Some things you can see right through to its end. It’s funny as hell.