CNN Apologizes over Palin “Stupid Girls” Intro but omits story from website (+video)

CNN has issued an apology for playing Pink’s “Stupid Girls” before a story on former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin’s support for fast-food restaurant Chick-fil-A and its homophobic president Dan Cathy.

In what is known in the broadcasting industry as a ‘bumper,’ CNN played part of Pink’s 2006 hit “Stupid Girls” before a Sunday morning segment about Palin and her husband dining at a Chick-fil-A restaurant in Texas.

“Sarah Palin is apparently hungry for chicken and controversy,” CNN hard news anchor Randy Kaye said, segueing into the story about how the 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee not only ate at Chick-fil-A but posted about her visit on Twitter and Facebook as well.

“Stopped by a Chick-fil-A in The Woodlands to support a great business,” Palin tweeted.


CNN has since apologized for what it called a “poor choice” of music, but the network denied intentionally linking “Stupid Girls” to Sarah Palin.

Read more from this story HERE.

Publisher’s note:  Good luck finding the CNN apology on its web site.  At the time of this posting, the story is nowhere to be found.  Also, if you haven’t seen the CNN segment introducing the Palin story with “Stupid Girl”, here it is here:

  • marylou

    We know ALL the dirty tricks CNN uses to disrespect conservatives!
    Their choice of music was deliberate.
    CNN is not only despicable they lie to cover up their deviousness.
    They ‘claim’ it was a “poor choice” because they got caught and busted!

  • texayn

    What else do you expect from the Communist News Network. They are insignificant