Why Is CNN Always on at Airports? Tucker Carlson Explains
Ever wonder why CNN is always on TV when you're in a U.S. airport?
Well, as Tucker Carlson explained Tuesday, travelers don't have a choice in most cases, since the network has an agreement with dozens of U.S. airports to broadcast the channel.
"Airports feel like a lesser version of hell with dirty seats, overpriced food and propaganda posing as news on CNN," said Carlson.
According to CNN, the CNN Airport Network - a special package of news, sports and travel programming - is broadcast at 60 participating airports. Airports receive a fee from CNN to broadcast the channel.
Carlson said this setup made sense 20 years when CNN had a "centrist reputation," but now the network "has strayed so far to the left, constantly promoting wacky Russia-related conspiracy theories."
Watch the clip above.