Exactly what you'd expect.
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When #BlackLivesMatter activists released video of their private meeting with Hillary Clinton, some of their rhetoric had a familiar ring to it. Is it fair for them to tie Bill Clinton's policies around Hillary Clinton's neck?
Ailes may be lashing out against the accusations and fighting back by means of a coordinated effort among Fox News's hosts and reporters to discredit Sherman and his work, but really, why? Why bother? Sherman's book is going to have absolutely zero impact on Fox News's viewership or bottom line and Ailes has proven throughout his lengthy career that he doesn't care one bit what tenets of respectable journalism he violates or what his enemies think of him.
Protesters listened to appeals for calm. The police responded in a measured and responsible manner. Both sides won the night in Baltimore.
See, here's the thing: CNN thrives only when news is breaking, and while any sensible person would look at the disappearance of Flight 370 as an interesting mystery but certainly not a consistently "breaking" story, the network knows that the absence of real information is precisely what will allow it to get away with treating the story as if it's constantly developing.
You'd have to be out of your fucking mind to figure no one will notice that the film you cast Jim Gaffigan as the lead in, screened at Cannes, and then put on the internet for the entire world to see was a blatant, indefensible rip-off of somebody else's work. What was Shia LaBeouf thinking? We could spend hours digging through that pathology.