I am absolutely intolerant of mendacity. We can disagree on judgements, but ‘when a man lies, he murders a part of the world’. This was not a tricky matter of interpretation, either. You wrote:
“The recording of that Larry King Live episode was recently found and made public, however, since then, the video seems to have “mysteriously” disappeared from CNN’s Google play page.”
It most definitely did NOT disappear, mysteriously or otherwise. It was never there. Here’s what the head of CNN Communications wrote:
“Matt Dornic, head of CNN Communications, took to Twitter to state that “CNN did not remove anything,” that the network did not have a distribution deal for “Larry King Live” with Google Play, and that Google did not source its listing through CNN”
I’m willing to believe that you just grabbed something from a website with a political agenda and repeated it as fact, without checking it first. In that case, you are guilty of slovenly work, but not lying.
In any case, regardless of the nastiness of my response, it was absolutely true. You stated as truth something that was false.