Starnes: CNN a ‘Dog Whistle’ for ‘Race-Baiting, Anti-Trump Bigots’

FOX News radio host Todd Starnes likens CNN news report to a dog whistle. A dog whistle used in this way indicates an unheard signal that is heard by a particular audience. It is interesting what Mr. Starnes sees as the target when CNN sends their signal out.

CNN has become so effective in spinning their headlines that it seems tailored to the alt-left’s resistance goals. The anti-Trump crowd is keyed in and will start barking and running around anytime that CNN comes out with another sound bite. Christianity is also the target of these signals. 

As Written and Reported By Summer Meza for Newsweek:

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CNN’s coverage of President Donald Trump amounts to a “dog whistle” that marginalizes Christianity and is meant for “anti-Trump bigots,” claims Fox News radio host Todd Starnes.

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Starnes appeared on Hannity, a political commentary staple of Fox News, on Tuesday night and discussed coverage of Trump’s efforts to “bring back” the use of the phrase “merry Christmas.” Guest host David Webb first discussed a clip that showed CNN host Don Lemon calling Trump’s use of the phrase a “dog whistle to the base.” Lemon said that nobody ever really stopped saying “merry Christmas,” so Trump’s insistence that he reinstated it is merely a ploy to drum up support among his base.

“You know, I forgot to bring my dog whistle,” said Webb sarcastically in response to the clip of Lemon. “I usually have that on my radio show to blow whenever I hear ……..


CNN a ‘Dog Whistle’ for ‘Race-Baiting, Anti-Trump Bigots,’ Says Fox News Radio Host


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