‘Sinful!’ CNN Hypes Senate Dems Bashing House GOP Over Budget Battle

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Amidst the scare of a government shutdown, CNN News Central provided its viewers Tuesday morning with only the dramatic “expressions of heartburn” of Senate Democrats rather than the concerns and explanations from Senate Republicans or from the accused House Republicans. One would think that the opinions of the House Republicans would be considered far more crucial information to viewers, rather than the unhelpful outcries of disgust from the two Senate Democrats they interviewed.

The initial comments of co-host Kate Bolduan suggested that the network was aware of the importance of hearing from the House Republicans, however, she called for no such interview. Instead, Bolduan merely laughed at all the curses that lawmakers have supposedly been muttering to themselves: “And while these top four congressional leaders are meeting with President Biden, congressional gridlock has left lawmakers muttering a lot of four-letter words.”

CNN congressional correspondent, Lauren Fox provided additional confirmation of such an awareness, saying:

This isn’t really a divide necessarily between Republicans and Democrats. This is kind of a divide between House Republicans and everybody else. You are starting to hear so much frustration from both Republican and Democratic senators as they arrive back to Washington.

If this truly was about the decisions, or lack thereof, of House Republicans, where was their interview? Because no such interview was offered to viewers, it can be assumed that this short section on the issue was provided more so as an opportunity to ridicule Republicans rather than an attempt to understand the real dilemma that House Republicans are facing.

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Cuts from interviews with Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) depicted nothing short of a grotesque appall at the House Republican’s lethargic decision-making process. What was meant to provide emotional sensitivity to the impending government shutdown instead showed America how invested in the theatre club these two Senate Democrats were:

WARREN: What is wrong with these people? This is, this is the central thing Congress is supposed to do. [Transition] The Republicans can’t seem to get themselves organized just to sign off on the basic work they’re supposed to do. This is just ridiculous.

MANCHIN: I swear to God, it is sinful what’s going on, the games that are being played right now with the American people and all the people that are depending on the services of the federal government, and we can’t even get our act together. It’s a shame.

Further proving the network’s intent to humiliate the House Republicans, Bolduan repeated these accusations following the interviews to co-host John Berman with a chuckle: “What is it? Ridiculous, sinful, can’t get their act together…all the ways I describe you, John.”

Bolduan ended the conversation by quipping about Montana Democratic Senator Jon Tester scolding her earlier in the day when called the situation B.S., making sure to say “B.S.” in a whisper, as if all the other accusations against the House Republicans were less controversial. 

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CNN News Central

2/27/2024

8:07:04-8:09:51

‘Sinful!’ CNN Hypes Senate Dems Bashing House GOP Over Budget Battle

Amidst the scare of a government shutdown, CNN News Central provided its viewers Tuesday morning with only the dramatic “expressions of heartburn” of Senate Democrats rather than the concerns and explanations from Senate Republicans or from the accused House Republicans. One would think that the opinions of the House Republicans would be considered far more crucial information to viewers, rather than the unhelpful outcries of disgust from the two Senate Democrats they interviewed.

The initial comments of co-host Kate Bolduan suggested that the network was aware of the importance of hearing from the House Republicans, however, she called for no such interview. Instead, Bolduan merely laughed at all the curses that lawmakers have supposedly been muttering to themselves: “And while these top four congressional leaders are meeting with President Biden, congressional gridlock has left lawmakers muttering a lot of four-letter words.”

CNN congressional correspondent, Lauren Fox provided additional confirmation of such an awareness, saying:

This isn’t really a divide necessarily between Republicans and Democrats. This is kind of a divide between House Republicans and everybody else. You are starting to hear so much frustration from both Republican and Democratic senators as they arrive back to Washington.

If this truly was about the decisions, or lack thereof, of House Republicans, where was their interview? Because no such interview was offered to viewers, it can be assumed that this short section on the issue was provided more so as an opportunity to ridicule Republicans rather than an attempt to understand the real dilemma that House Republicans are facing.

Cuts from interviews with Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) depicted nothing short of a grotesque appall at the House Republican’s lethargic decision-making process. What was meant to provide emotional sensitivity to the impending government shutdown instead showed America how invested in the theatre club these two Senate Democrats were:

WARREN: What is wrong with these people? This is, this is the central thing Congress is supposed to do. [Transition] The Republicans can’t seem to get themselves organized just to sign off on the basic work they’re supposed to do. This is just ridiculous.

MANCHIN: I swear to God, it is sinful what’s going on, the games that are being played right now with the American people and all the people that are depending on the services of the federal government, and we can’t even get our act together. It’s a shame.

Further proving the network’s intent to humiliate the House Republicans, Bolduan repeated these accusations following the interviews to co-host John Berman with a chuckle: “What is it? Ridiculous, sinful, can’t get their act together…all the ways I describe you, John.”

Bolduan ended the conversation by quipping about Montana Democratic Senator Jon Tester scolding her earlier in the day when called the situation B.S., making sure to say “B.S.” in a whisper, as if all the other accusations against the House Republicans were less controversial. 

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