“CNBC's Erin Burnett appears to be one of the most appalling female newscasters to ever hit the airwaves, regularly talking up markets while dismissing news of corruption or scandal or stock plunges as virtually insignificant.
But she often ventures beyond even that, to openly express admiration for business practices which (among other crimes) poison their customers-- as in the quote below:
‘A lot of people like to say, uh, scaremonger about China, right? A lot of politicians, and I know you talk about that issue all the time. I think people should be careful what they wish for on China. Ya know, if China were to revalue it's currency or China is to start making say, toys that don't have lead in them or food that isn't poisonous, their costs of production are going to go up and that means prices at Wal-Mart here in the United States are going to go up too. So, I would say China is our greatest friend right now, they're keeping prices low and they're keeping the prices for mortgages low, too.’
Based on comments like that, she must see the cigarette companies as great guys too. And slave labor as a good thing. Heck: if you're all for poisoning children in the name of profits, just where would you draw the line?”
The author continues…
“Yes, Erin Burnett is physically attractive: that was obviously a major reason CNBC hired her. And she's quick-witted at parrying the frequently awful business news of the day with quips to dispel investor concerns, and thereby keep them handing their money over to her corporate patrons. Both these qualities make her a top notch cheerleader for the corporate state-- but not much else. Given enough corporate cheerleaders like Erin Burnett, American wealth and freedoms could easily go the way of the Dodo bird.”
Oops! They already are.”
I disagree with the author on one point. Burnette is NOT attractive. One thing she IS - annoying.
These aren’t all of the bimbos. I posted the ones I ran across from the respective websites.
If you know who these girls are, you’re officially a sheep because that means you watch this trash.
As for me, I had to check archives online to research who they are.
After checking into Melissa Lee for instance, now I know she’s the girl many have told me about who is always bragging how she went to Harvard. It’s clearly a reflection of her well-deserved insecurities.
After seeing her alongside Cramer, it’s abundantly clear to me she’s a Grade-A airhead. “Airheads-R-Us.”
But don’t think these girls are original products of CNBC and FBN. Many of them learned the game of deceit from CNN, ABC, CBS, Bloomberg prior to rising to the top of America’s biggest propaganda networks. I tossed in that fact for all of you who think Bloomberg is “credible.”
Trust me, they’re all the same. If you think different networks are truly competitors, you’re wrong. Each financial network is highly cooperative with each other, just like the entire media industry. The networks have partnerships with the big newspapers and radio stations.
One reason for the strong partnerships throughout America’s media is due to the ownership of all print and broadcast media by a few men. Once again, this has created a very strong form of censorship very few recognize.
Folks, these bimbos all work for the same pimp. His name is Mr. Media. And the game goes like this…his “media whores” screw your mind while taking your money. Ladies, I bet your parents are proud. I suppose it’s better to whore yourself on TV than in a brothel. Right? Maybe not. At least in brothels, whores are providing benefit without destroying millions of lives.
I know what you’re thinking now… “hey these girls look pretty good. I think I’m going to check them out. It’s okay. I won’t be fooled by their trash I just want to watch for entertainment.”
Wrong people. You don’t watch just for entertainment. You will be affected. Guaranteed. If you watch, you will lose. Guaranteed. Only idiots watch that trash. Sharp investors don’t waste their time on trash. This is a fact, so accept it.
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