CNSNews.com spent much of its original pre-election coverage about Donald Trump simply transcribing what he said -- effecting acting as a campaign PR shop -- instead of providing any sort of balanced or analytical coverage of his campaign. That's been continuing since Trump's win, and it's still going on.
Here's the latest Trump stenography from CNS, as well as other uncritical endorsement of Trump's agenda:
- Paul Ryan Views Trump As 'A Man of Action,'Ready to Get Working'
- Trump Tells '60 Minutes': 'I'm Pro-Life. The Judges Will Be Pro-Life'
- Trump on ‘Moderate’ Syrian Rebels: ‘We Have No Idea Who These People Are’
- Trump on Border: ‘We’re Going to Build a Wall,’ It ‘Will Go Up So Fast Your Head Will Spin’
- Spicer: 'People Are Drawn to Donald Trump...We Had Over 47,000 Resumes'
- Priebus: No ‘Registry Based on a Religion,’ But a Temporary Ban ‘Until a Better Vetting System is in Place’ (which soft-pedals the fact that Priebus also said "I'm not going to rule out anything")
- Coburn: Enemy of Freedom is Congress & Courts, Not President-Elect
- Trump's 1st Day Also Includes Energy, Regulation, National Security, Immigration, Ethics
- Trump: 'Imagine' What U.S. Could Do If We Worked 'As One People, Under One God, Saluting One Flag' (totally overlooking the vaguely Nazi-esque echo of that statement)
- Trump Adviser: 'Preposterous' for Media to Keep Asking Trump to Repeat His Denunciation of Racists
- Bolton Hopes Trump Will ‘Abrogate’ Iran Nuclear Deal Soon After Taking Office
Meanwhile, CNS managing editor Michael W. Chapman is vouching for the Muslim-hating credentials of Michael Flynn, picked by Trump to be his national security adviser (Chapman is quoting all of this approvingly, not as criticism of Flynn):
- National Security Adviser Designate: 'Islam Is a Political Ideology,' Not Many 'People Screaming Jesus Christ With Hatchets'
- Trump’s National Security Adviser on Radical Islam: ‘This Is a World War ... They Are On The March'
Trump stenography may not be any actual journalists' definition of journalism, but CNS doesn't seem to mind as long as it's clickbait-y enough to get them those sweet Drudge Report links.