“Jerusalem” is an entertaining, sometimes reductive and regularly challenging docuseries.
When Jessica Yellin received word that the nation’s top infectious disease expert, Dr. Anthony S. Fauci had agreed to appear on her Instagram program, “News Not Noise,” she wasn’t inclined to believe it.
“Watch your mouth Jake.”
A CNN executive at CNN defended Sean Duffy, who claimed that impeachment witness Alexander Vindman might be loyal to Ukraine.
Karim Farid, who has a digital tech show on CNN Arabic, apologized for Arabic tweets from 2011, including “I love you Hitler.”
“More than 4 jewish pigs killed in #Jerusalem today by the Palestinian bomb explode,” Mohammed Elshamy wrote in 2011.
“He gives us nothing outside of racist tweets,” said Spencer, who also said the tweets were part of a “con game.”
Whether CNN’s firing of Marc Lamont Hill is right, it is proper and constitutional.
What words matter to CNN, which retains commentator Rick Santorum, who has explicitly denied the very existence of Palestinians in the West Bank?
This is the second time he’s been fired by a cable news outlet.