posted on Feb, 11 2017 @ 09:42 AM
a reply to: Diisenchanted
You can't blame CNN for reporting on something they believe to be the truth.
You need to blame their sources. Or whom ever is doing the actual journalism.
I remember when I was interviewed a few years ago about a criminal I captured in the back of my taxi. It was someone who punched a girl, after he
broke out her car window. I was asked by the fox news reporter a very basic question: what is it like being a hero?
Well that is such a bull# question.
So I answered: I'm not a hero. I honestly don't care. I was more mad about him bleeding in my #ing cab.
But the news reporter from the local news paper asked me a much better question. Which pertained to the details of the story.
Apparently the news casts are more about one liners than actual stories.
Of course at that time a cab driver in our same group had the best story. He just so happened to see a police officer chasing a suspect, and the
officer asked for him to tackle the suspect. And so he did. A 60 year old 90 pound man tackled a 6 foot nothing 190 pound person... against a store
Yeah. He had all the glory because his story spoke for itself.
I caught a mother ducked in my cab who had fled the scene, and then decided to complete his getaway in my cab.... all the while bleeding out his right
arm. Yeah... the best part about my story? Before the cops discovered the girl at the restaurant parking lot, the cops had already arrived at the
suspects hotel room, asking him questions.