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Guess how many times CNN said “Donald Trump” in 24 hours . . .

Guess how many times CNN said “Donald Trump” in 24 hours . . .

Higher. Higher. Getting close.

Is the media obsessed with Donald Trump, and thereby driving up his numbers? And not with good intentions?

CNN certainly has a fever, and the only prescription is more Trump.

How many times do you think they could mention his name in 24 hours? 50? 100?

Keep going.

Would you believe 239 times?

David Rutz of the Washington Free Beacon deserves some sort of award for this:

Trumpgasm: CNN Says ‘Donald Trump’ 239 Times in 24 Hours

In a span of 24 hours from 3 p.m. July 8 to 3 p.m. July 9, CNN pundits and guests said “Donald Trump” 239 times.

Constant reporting on his phone conversation with Republican chairman Reince Priebus, his interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper, and his controversial statements on illegal immigrants dominated the coverage of the cable channel.

This is CNN:

Doesn’t that seem slightly excessive?

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DINORightMarie | July 11, 2015 at 12:56 pm

This is hilarious!! Couldn’t believe this when I saw it. That’s once every 6 minutes!!

Further evidence that the MSM fills the airwaves 24/7 with NOTHING…….just because they have to broadcast something!!

Donald Trump Press Conference with families of people killed by illegal aliens

Trump covered, among other parties, the Press’s lack of interest and contribution to the violation of Americans’ human and civil rights by illegal aliens. Apparently, the JournoLists don’t welcome public investigation and criticism of their professional practices.

It would be nice if our other Republican Candidates would take a clue from Trump and be unafraid of the left wing media and speak the truth for once. The reason why Trump is resonating is because he doesn’t run his words through a PC Filter. I think it is refreshing.

    n.n in reply to Yippy. | July 11, 2015 at 3:13 pm

    Trump is speaking truth to power on at least two critical issues: immigration and economics, that is causing heartburn for a diverse set of interests, ranging from economic to social, from political to academic, from domestic to foreign. The overlapping and convergent interests that place Americans’ human and civil rights second to their own peculiar goals, and either coincidentally or intentionally condone the same abroad.

Henry Hawkins | July 11, 2015 at 4:25 pm

To the leftist media, Trump is a wedge to be driven between the GOP leadership and its members. They hope to make a Ross Perot of him.

    Estragon in reply to Henry Hawkins. | July 12, 2015 at 12:00 am

    Yes – and also to help galvanize the left to turn out for Hillary or whatever other second-rate candidate the Democrats put forward. They understand the Obama phenomenon was not the beginning of a trend.

    Those who claim it was Obama’s new digital-age GOTV that turned out the minorities and young to vote for him are not basing their opinions on facts. Analysis shows that the turnout in those groups was at least as high, and higher in some states, in the states where there was no effort at all as in the those which saw the full-tilt, all-out push. So it wasn’t the organization, but personal to Obama.

They are focusing on Trump in an effort to drive a wedge between the GOP and potential voters. People here are likely to have watched his campaign announcement speech, and know very well that he did not say anything extreme. CNN wants to give the impression that the guy was swinging from the chandeliers, along with all the other right-wing nut bars.

Of course Mexico and the other South American countries have been sending us their problems. More specifically, when things get tough in those countries, those people in great difficulty come to us. They come to work, and they send back a substantial fraction of the country’s income. This has been going on for decades.

My takeaway from Trump’s speech s that the problem is not with Mexico, but with our government’s behavior at our border. We don’t know who is coming in, and can’t even manage to keep out people who are convicted criminals that have been repeatedly deported.

CNN’s problem with Donald Trump is that he’s right, and he speaks clearly enough that his voice can cut through their media static.

Spiny Norman | July 11, 2015 at 6:36 pm

Well, I made a wild guess of “287 times”. Close.

I know those who are cheering Trump on are not the sort to think before they act, but do they suppose CNN is promoting Trump so hard because they support him?

If not, why do you think they are doing it?

CNN “got a fever and the only prescription, is more” TRUMP!