- CNN's big mouthpiece, Jeanne Moos, has a long history
of bullying and swinging her massive club around, as well as
openly distorting facts without fear of consequences. She gets
away with it because her misleading "reporting" and hatchet jobs
are loosely disguised as "humor." This has been going
on for years. In a Moos 1996 "clip," she
moved to completely destroy the successful new business of Sean Dix,
a NYC inventor of dental products. After 12 years, he remains in
a state of financial ruin because of her clip, in which she also
resorted to her faked "pseudo-journalist's trick"
of interviewing "common" people - at that time it was
dentists. It was later discovered that one of those dentists was her personal
dentist, and the men were given misleading information about the Dix
- Through Moos, CNN unfairly trashed the Dix flossing
products repeatedly on national TV. One dentist later
recanted in writing, stating he endorsed the superior Dix
products. CNN, however, refused to air this.
- Very few know that the Dix products were proven
to remove 31% more plaque than Johnson & Johnson's, and were poisedto
take the flossing industry away from J&J, a long-time sponsor
of CNN. An impressed former J&J director stated the
Dix products had an estimated sales value of at
least $100 million annually.
- To date, CNN has refused to issue a correction. The
Dix products remain honored in the Smithsonian's National Museum
of Dentistry but were "pulled" from national store shelves
following the Moos piece. 25 Of the largest law firms
in the US have refused to help Dix because they are all on retainer
to CNN or J&J or both.
- The superior Dix products remain forgotten
and just out of our easy reach.
- CNN: "The Most Trusted Name in News," plus J&J:
"The Most Trusted Name in . . . " (fill in the blank). The questions
to be asked are how many truths have they twisted, how many lies have
they told, how many lives have they destroyed, how much news have they
kept from us, how many decent new products have they kept from the
marketplace, how long has the so-called "news" been used as a
tool to steer viewers toward a corporate giant's inferior products
- and why? Along with being a sponsor, J&J has (coincidentally?) stated
more than once it is a partner to CNN.
- For more, do a google search of:
- "CNN Johnson&Johnson"
- to read the article about Sean Dix, which is the
- or go to: http://www.flossrings.com/