David Chalian, the former Yahoo! News Chief who was caught on tape saying the Romney family would be “happy to have a party when black people drown” has been hired as CNN’s new Political Director the sims 1 kostenlos deutsch.
On Friday, CNN announced that David Chalian would be named as their new political director film youtube downloaden ipad. Chalian is most famous for making an obnoxious remark about Mitt and Ann Romney during the 2012 Republican National Convention.
We reported on Chalian in August of 2012, also courtesy of NewsBusters:
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During live coverage of the Republican National Convention here in Tampa, Yahoo News Washington bureau chief David Chalian provided the perfect example of the pervasive anti-Republican bias Mitt Romney faces in his bid to unseat President Barack Obama magentacloud app herunterladen.
In video broadcast Monday night by ABC and Yahoo over the Internet, Chalian can be heard claiming that GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney and his wife Ann are unconcerned about the fate of residents of the New Orleans area who are currently being hit by Hurricane Isaac herunterladen.
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My only regret was the prediction I made back then upon hearing of Chalian’s firing:
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Liberal media bias so is ingrained in America at this point, that anybody in the business fired for such outlandish remarks as a candidate would be happy “when black people drown” will eventually find a new or even improved position at another news outlet münchener freiheit kostenlos downloaden. In an ideal world, Chalian would be free to host opinion shows on any of those networks. Instead, he now works as a presumed unbiased ‘political director.’