Friday, January 5, 2018

Charisma News: CNN Has Forfeited Its Right To Broadcast After Randi Kaye Passes Joint On Air

Jan 04, 2018 by Alyssa Duvall
According to American Renewal Project founder and Charisma Newscontributor David Lane, CNN's New Year's Eve coverage was "a low point in contemporary American television history" which, he believes, has forfeited the network's right to broadcast. The incident in question, Lane explains, occurred when "Andy Cohen and Anderson Cooper, both homosexuals, interviewed giddy and possibly high CNN anchor Randi Kaye as she passed around a joint with young people in Denver."
While Lane suggests that all three anchors should lose their positions at CNN, he is rather certain they won't: "The reason is that morally debased Time Warner—which owns CNN—and CNN president Jeff Zucker are couriers of incremental apostasy as they pump sensuality, self-indulgence, and promiscuity into the nation as it falls into moral anarchy."
Zucker, who New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd described as having "literally destroyed" NBC during his tenure there, is seemingly continuing his destructive track record with CNN. "Missteps and controversies are rampant during Zucker's tenure at CNN," Lane said. Most recently, CNN's partisan partiality is under scrutiny: "The latest is the fake Trump Russian 'classified dossier' story and CNN investigative journalists Thomas Frank, Eric Lichtblau, and Lex Haris resigning after the network retracted a fraudulent online story that connected Trump aide Anthony Scaramucci to a $10 billion Russian investment fund."On a moral level, however, Lane declares that CNN is utterly bankrupt: "CNN traffics in decadence, exalting and normalizing sin. For CNN and its ilk, this is normal procedure."
Charging television networks and print media with the obligation to tell the truth and promote virtue for the viability of the nation, Lane claims that CNN fulfills neither: "Instead of promoting the 'higher good,' CNN pushes marijuana."
"How sad it is to observe our decadent generation," Lane writes, quoting apologist A.W. Pink's classic work, The Life of David, "valuing physical beauty and prowess more highly than moral virtues and spiritual graces...One of the chief reasons why poor Christendom is in such a sad condition today is because she has been so largely attracted by that which makes an appeal to the flesh."