CNN vs MSNBC

Posted by: Celandine

CNN vs MSNBC - 11/20/13 09:20 AM


Same Day/Same Story
Different Depth of Analysis:
The tragedy for Virginia State Senator Creigh Deeds

CNN

MSNBC
Posted by: Jim_

Re: CNN vs MSNBC - 11/20/13 12:08 PM

The CNN piece was done around 11 AM. They went as in depth as the known facts allowed just 2-3 hours after the incident. CNN now mentions that the son was denied a psychiatric bed and why.

The MSNBC piece was not aired until 10 hours later, 14 hours after the incident, after more facts came out.

Just sayin'.
Posted by: Celandine

Re: CNN vs MSNBC - 11/20/13 05:58 PM


..so what did they state as a probable cause?
I didn't see it..

I USED TO watch CNN like a loop-tape
now I can't bear to watch it for
more than 10 min. at a clip.

I only saw the story following one posted by
another member, and recalled seeing
it yesterday on TRMShow
Posted by: Jim_

Re: CNN vs MSNBC - 11/20/13 06:10 PM

Originally Posted By: Celandine

..so what did they state as a probable cause?
I didn't see it..
If you mean CNN in the link you posted they just said that the father was found injured, and the son found dead, they did't know what happened at the time. Later in the day when the facts were in they reported what happened. They didn't go as in-depth as RM, just reported the news, but there is alway a purpose behind anything aired by her. If they had speculated early on and got it wrong they would be in trouble too.

You didn't watch the link you posted?
Posted by: Celandine

Re: CNN vs MSNBC - 11/20/13 09:33 PM

Originally Posted By: Jim_
Originally Posted By: Celandine

..so what did they state as a probable cause?
I didn't see it..
If you mean CNN in the link you posted they just said that the father was found injured, and the son found dead, they did'nt know what happened at the time. Later in the day when the facts were in they reported what happened. They didn't go as in-depth as RM, just reported the news, but there is alway a purpose behind anything aired by her. If they had speculated early on and got it wrong they would be in trouble too.

You didn't watch the link you posted?


Of course I watched both links...
in fact several times each while I wrote the post
(yes, each of my post may take as long as an hour)

My question was: What was the conclusion drawn by
CNN LATER THAT DAY?

You said the reports were done 10 hour apart...
So What was CNN's conclusion as to WHY GUS HADN'T
BEEN ADMITTED Beyond A 4 Hour Observation Period
That Could Arguably Have Avoided Such A Tragedy?

not only the stabbing for his famous father, but for the
Tragic Loss of a BRILLIANT Young man.

WHY There Are No Provisions Available For the Treatment
of the Mentally Ill? WHY are we left to always shake our
head, And Ask "WHY?" cry AFTER people *SNAP* and kill
Multiple co-workers, fellow students... or parents? WTF?

Again... What did CNN say "...10 hours later?"