CNN Interview Preempted by a Passel of Pigs Being Put in the Pen

From The Hamlet…

After rushing to the CNN affiliate studio upon 2 hours notice, filming a 30 minute interview without one second of preparation, announcing the broadcast, waiting anxiously for it’s showing, ……waiting…..waiting….waiting….

My 30 min CNN interview with Mary Snow on the foreclosure crisis, including the defiling of our nation’s judiciary and land records, was deemed “too complex and too confusing for CNN’s audience“.

It was preempted for breaking news about a Canadian pig incident http://ning.it/dpkoYg

Collective nouns for pigs: a drift,team or herd of pigs; when a group is being moved they are a drove of pigs; young ones are a litter, a farrow of piglets, a sounder of wild pigs, a passel of hogs, a group of boars is singular.

Wish I had one of these for bankers’ associations in every state & a special one for those of the Wall Street investment ilk & their lobbyists as well….

Lisa
ForeclosureHamlet.org

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7 Responses to “CNN Interview Preempted by a Passel of Pigs Being Put in the Pen”
  1. Christine says:

    Don’t worry, Lisa — there will be other opportunities for mainstream media. Just wait!

  2. Larry says:

    Main stream media is no longer the way to get your message out to an audience that will listen and get involved. You need to go to alternative media sources like Alex Jones. Just a suggestion…

    • Nat-AHA says:

      …and a TERRIBLE suggestion at that. Your good work is starting to breakthrough but campaigning against corruption in high places is never going to be a “mainstream” story

  3. Don Carlos says:

    CNN eventually will air the interview I will bet money on that! They will after Lisa does another interview on 60 Minutes.

    Go Lisa…….

  4. B StLaurent says:

    CNN is useless……..

  5. Reggie in PHOENIX says:

    Sure it was!!!! Lisa we all know why “THEY” chose not to air it! Who owns CNN????? Exactly!

    • Rodger says:

      Don Carlos, you got that right.. its needs to be done on 60 minutes.. and then a follow up episode in 3 -6 months..

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