CNN’s Important GOP Convention News: Strippers Readying for Convention
CNN has a habit of getting to the real meat of a story, finding all the most important angles, and its coverage of the GOP convention is no exception. CNN has a reputation to burnish by finding only the most important convention stories and with its latest story about how an important sector of Tampa is readying for the convention, it appears the cable channel really is at its hard hitting best. What important sector is under the CNN microscope? Tampa’s strip clubs, naturally.
Of all the important stories that CNN could pick to investigate, strip clubs is where the venerable “news” leader goes?
CNN’s opening paragraph really goes for the salacious right off the bat, too.
Go-Go and Ezili are dancing cheek to cheek on a Friday night. That is to say they’re spinning, glute to glute, on a polished chrome pole at a strip club.
Really? Dancing “glute to glute”?
Did someone let the TMZ or National Enquirer editors into the CNN newsroom?
But, of course, we all know why this is a CNN story, right? It isn’t because CNN cares a whit about the poor, work-a-day strippers in Tampa, Florida. This story is nothing less than a left-wing narrative being pushed for all its worth.
What is that narrative? Republicans are the “family values” Party, yet they are obviously hypocrites because while away from wife and family, these degenerates will be attending *gasp* strip clubs. That is the left-wing narrative we are seeing pushed with this idiotic and meaningless story on the GOP convention.
Think I’m overreacting? Here is an excerpt:
A strip club with a spaceship on the roof seems an odd place to expect Republicans. At first blush, one might not equate lap dances with the political party that wraps itself in buttoned-down family values.
But at convention time, even upstanding men seem to seek out undressed women. When the Christian group Promise Keepers held a convention in Tampa a couple of years ago, attendees flooded the 2001 Odyssey, co-owner Jim Kleinhans recalls. They had such a good time that “they kept their promise to come back the next night.”
Could it be any clearer?
It’s sad to see CNN bringing itself down to the level of supermarket tabloid, but, well, there is a reason CNN is often in third place in the cable races these days.
Warner Todd Huston
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