Americans are completely fed up with fake news in the mainstream media. Protestors holding signs and wearing T-shirts emblazoned with the logos of major news networks and newspapers gathered at CNN’s headquarters in Atlanta, GA.
“This has been going on for far too long,” Paul Manor told one media outlet. “They want to report the news, fine. They want to report their opinion, we’ll go someplace else.”
Manor pointed out that the last time he tuned in to CNN was during the attacks of September 11, 2001.
Since then, he’s avoided the cable news giant.
People like the protestors in Atlanta, and other cities across the country, are getting their news from other sources, including foreign news media and alternative news sites.
Cable television had a significant impact on the influence and power of ABC, CBS, and NBC, and now the Internet has had an equally large impact in challenging cable news giants like CNN and MSNBC.
US Herald reports:
Americans are so thoroughly fed up with fake news in the mainstream media that they’ve taken to the streets in protest.
Anti-CNN protestors gathered outside CNN headquarters in Atlanta on Saturday holding up signs and wearing T-shirts plastered with major news networks like NBC and newspapers like the New York Times and Washington Post, and letters that spelled “fake news,” MAGA, and “snowflakes.”