It wasn't just CNN. The results had barely been announced when the Washington Post ran this:
Why did Bernie Sanders dominate Saturday? Caucuses in states with smaller black populations.
That's the same Washington Post that published 16 negative stories about Sanders in 16 hours.
MSM is desperate to explain away every Sanders victory and make it look like Clinton is winning, even when she isn't. That's why on a day when Clinton won one state, Arizona, and Sanders won two, and Sanders total delegate win was greater than Clinton's, all the media talked about was Clinton's big win in Arizona.
Sanders crushed Clinton in 3 states Saturday and MSM wants to make it look like a fluke.
What actually looks like a fluke is the rare positive coverage of Sanders in MSM. When the New York Times published an article praising his legislative accomplishments, the editors rushed to make it into a hit piece, saying his modest accomplishments wouldn't translate to the big screen of the Presidency.
And who called them on it? The Washington Post.
What's becoming increasingly evident is that MSM has an agenda and they will do whatever is necessary to get it enacted. They're trying to manufacture consent.
And without the internet they'd probably have a much better chance of succeeding - which is why regardless of who wins the election, we can expect to see more concerted attacks on net neutrality in the future.