Thursday, March 21, 2013

CNN is now interested in hiring Elisabeth Hasselbeck?

Courtesy of TV Newser:  

TVNewser now hears that CNN has reached out to Hasselbeck’s team about her possibly joining the channel in some form when she leaves “The View.” Another option on the table–according to a source close to the host–is to have her “gracefully exit” the daytime program by having her stay with the show, but cut back on the number of days she appears, while allowing her to pursue work elsewhere.

You know if CNN makes this move they will have made a huge leap from being simply Fox-lite to becoming an actual Fox News competitor. At least in the realm of having the most empty headed blonde bimbos on staff that is.

And this news does not come at a good time for CNN either, since currently they are under fire for their overly sympathetic reporting after the Steubenville trial:

Remember the CNN broadcast a few days ago, when Candy Crowley and friends bemoaned the fates of the Steubenville rapists? That didn't go over well, and nearly a quarter million people want the network to do something about it. In the two days since the verdict was read, a Change.org petition asking for CNN to make an on-air apology — okay, several on-air apologies — has gained over 215,000 signatures (As of this post it has actually reached 266,10.) and looked to be on track to reach the self-assigned goal of 300,000 in a matter of hours. In other words, a lot of people are not happy with how CNN covered the Steubenville trial, and they're not going to forget about it any time soon.

Siding with rapists, reporting GOP slanted news, and now considering a bubble headed blonde conservative bimbo. I am not sure there will be ANY daylight between Fox News from CNN anymore if this keeps up.

28 comments:

  1. Anonymous3:08 PM

    It warms the cockles of my heart to hear that people are not letting it go, I was horrified when I watched that horrible Crowley woman just about weeping with sympathy for the entitled spoiled asshole jocks.

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  2. Anonymous3:27 PM

    By all means CNN,hire the dumb blonde!
    Another nail in the coffin you idiots!

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  3. Anonymous3:44 PM

    CNN ratings have been dropping in their ratings and I, for one, no longer watch them. Elisabeth is NOT a person they should add to their staff - it would only further damage them in viewership.

    I"ve not watched "The View" in a long time. I've only enjoyed Joy and Whoppi due to their wonderful humor. Barbara is way past retirement time and Elisabeth wasn't interesting at all.

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  4. Yes...please hire Elizabeth...she already has the Palin stank on her...she can take that nasty virus to CNN and spread that shit around!

    LOL!!

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    1. Nice one. It's like stoopid coodies.

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    2. Anonymous9:36 AM

      I agree with Gina. LOL

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  5. Anonymous3:48 PM

    I agree with you wholeheartedly. I have sympathy for Ted Turner as he sees his original idea turned into this travesty of "news". I am not a fan of "that horrible Crowley woman" either. She and Poppy need to have some sympathy for the 16 yr old who was so horribly mistreated and raped by those Jocks. What about her life and her future. Whatever she did, she did not deserve what they did to her.

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  6. Anonymous3:52 PM

    Hmm. They'll jerk Soledad O'Brien around, but reach out to Elisabeth Whattheheck?

    It's no wonder I quit CNN years ago when I noticed their first glints at becoming FoxLite.

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  7. Anonymous3:53 PM

    One day when Fox-lite CNN grows up, it will be just like its idol, Faux News. CNN will never be what it once was before it had competition and had Ted Turner at the helm. It's just a cash cow for corporate media, and not even very good in that role, IMO. I might give th a viewer the next time there's a flood or hurricane. Or I might just go to the Internet instead. CNN is yesterday's newspaper.

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  8. Anonymous3:58 PM

    I wonder if Pimp Daddy Todd is sweetening the dill by providing "services" to the producers.

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    1. Anonymous5:00 PM

      Why do all roads on this blog lead to a Palin?
      I am so sick of one Palin or another being injected into every conversation here. Why the obsession with that family?

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    2. Anonymous5:00 PM

      Errr...excuse me troll...but nobody is forcing your troll like eyeballs to read "this blog"...see that big ass red X in the right hand corner...click it....POOF...no more having to see "Palin or another being injected into every conversation here"...

      Problem solved. LOL!!!

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    3. Anonymous8:43 PM

      "Why do all roads on this blog lead to a Palin? "

      Because all of the Palins have their greedy grifting fingers into oh so many arenas....

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  9. Anonymous4:27 PM

    I can't figure out what Elizabeth H has to offer anybody.

    She's like a Bristol Palin.

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    1. Anonymous5:01 PM

      Palin Palin Palin. ALL roads lead to one Palin or another, here. Geez.

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    2. Anonymous5:31 PM

      Elizabeth may not be useful but....

      Elizabeth has a job

      Elizabeth didn't get pregnant in a canvas tent

      Elizabeth's children aren't growing up in a broken family.

      Elizabeth doesn't bounce around to different trial husbands.

      There is a difference.

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    3. Anonymous5:01 PM
      Palin Palin Palin. ALL roads lead to one Palin or another, here. Geez.

      Troll Troll Troll. ALL roads lead to one Troll or another, here.
      Geez.

      You're welcome troll! LOL!!!

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  10. Anonymous5:18 PM

    I will never understand how Lizzie managed to make herself a career our of losing on Survivor, nor how that makes her qualified to work for the View or CNN

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    1. Anonymous8:49 AM

      Maybe her agent is Mark Burnett.

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    2. Anonymous9:39 AM

      Lizzie never had anyhing to offer.

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  11. Anonymous5:25 PM

    Hey Anon 5:01, we heard you the first time. Get lost.

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  12. Hi Alicia...how's the weather in Brooklyn?

    Hehe....

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  13. Anonymous5:43 PM

    That's the perfect screen grab of her...open mouth, accusing fingers.

    And, why should any of us care what Elisabeth has to say? Because she wore a tiny bikini on a reality tv show?

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  14. Anonymous7:22 PM

    If the Talking Points Barbie is hired by CNN, the network will continue to sink into irrelevancy. Their ratings are already the lowest out of all cable news networks.

    Bye Bye TeaNN!

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  15. Anita Winecooler7:43 PM

    When are Soledad and Anderson going to jump ship?
    Who wants to be associated with a network that coddles rapists while ignoring the victim, and using female newsreaders to do it makes it OK???

    Sorry, Jeff Zucker needs to apologize AND air prime time shows educating people about the reality of the crime of rape.

    But after all this time, how sincere would an apology seem?

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  16. Anonymous8:36 PM

    There are zero good and fact based networks these days. ZERO. I am not saying the act of asserting opinion and feeding a CEOs bias is bad. Money is what matters in the world. It's just that there is so much ignorance and bias that inappropriate people have been elected to positions they have no business being in. If it weren't for media bullying, the left would not be remotely strong. THAT is the cold hard truth.

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    1. Anonymous9:02 PM

      You're funny!

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    2. Anonymous9:32 PM

      Step away from the bottle. Your comment is so much senseless blathering.

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