ZOOM IN! CNN’s Ana Cabrera Uses Ridiculously Small Chart to Make a Point That Neither Her Guest Nor Audience Could Decipher

Television is a visual medium, and in our 24-hour cable news environment, it’s common to see anchors split their screens with video footage or graphics illustrating the story they are covering. But a chart CNN’s Ana Cabrera used to highlight a point about paid family leave was so tiny as to be completely unreadable.

Cabrera was interviewing Rep. Mike Thompson (D-CA) about the paid family leave provisions being considered in the spending bill being debated in Congress, noting that the latest version scaled back the coverage from 12 weeks to 4 weeks.

“It’s worth noting that federal workers like Members of Congress receive 12 weeks of paid leave, but there’s just no requirement right now in the private sector or
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