Accuracy in Media

The Center for American Progress is a left-wing, liberal and progressive think tank which houses allies of former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and former President Barack Obama. Yet, CNN felt it was wise to cite their anti-ObamaCare repeal research. How is CAP a neutral source in the fight over the future of ObamaCare?

CNN entitled the piece, “Think tank on GOP health bill: Coverage to plummet, cancer treatment costs to skyrocket,” and only said that the organization is “a DC-based progressive think tank.”

Sorry, CNN, but by not reporting the Democratic Party ties of some of their employees, such as CAP’s President Neera Tanden and her ties to the Clinton campaign, is dishonest reporting.





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Comments

  • Curtis Mamzic

    Yeah, you’re right.
    CNN should’ve cited a factually reliable source like AIM, the Heritage Foundation, Cato, the Hudson Institute, The Heatland Institute, the Koch Brothers, RT, Alex Jones, …

  • alvin691

    There are lots of non partisan sources smart ass.

  • Mark Kuykendall

    One does not need a factually reliable source to show you are a complete boob.

  • Mark Kuykendall

    If I recall correctly. Podesta was part of it too. But I could be wrong.

  • Kendall Lawyer

    Podesta’s “company.” Really, CNN, this is your source?

  • regulus30

    Center for American progress IS A GEORGE SOROS cesspool, remember the old European “fascist”, yip that is same old bast666rd.