CNN Goes One Step Too Far Against Trump Supporters


I think CNN just blatantly doesn't care anymore. They obviously stopped caring about being accurate or trying to not offend anyone. No wonder why their ratings have plummeted.

But hey, they want to be first in line to call someone out when a conservative does something "offensive" or as a snowflake would think (assuming one's gender for instance). But as we know, with the shoe on the other foot it is just perfectly ok to make fun of half the country or stereotype an entire group of individuals.

Don Lemon, a CNN host, was interviewing "Republican" media consultant Rick Wilson and  Wajahat Ali (left nut job) when Wilson made an insulting comment on President Trump's intelligence. It followed by insulting his supporters as well.

Here’s the transcript:

LEMON: Also, he doesn’t really say that she couldn’t identify Ukraine on a map. He insinuates — it’s just a petty attempt to put her down, right? Is that what this is?

WILSON: Of course. Of course. It’s — he’s just trying to demean her, and obviously it’s false. And look, he also knows deep in his heart that Donald Trump couldn’t find Ukraine on a map if you had the letter U and a picture of an actual physical crane next to it. He knows that this is, you know, an administration defined by ignorance of the world, and so that’s partly him playing to their base and playing to their audience, you know, credulous boomer rube demo that back Donald Trump, that wants to think that Donald Trump’s a smart one, and y’all — y’all elitists are dumb.

ALI: You elitists with your geography and your maps and your spelling even though —

WILSON: Your math, your reading.

ALI: Yes, your reading, you know. Your geography knowing other countries. Sipping your latte.

WILSON: All those lines on the map.

ALI: Only them elitists know where Ukraine is. Sorry. I apologize.

LEMON: Oh my god.

ALI: But you know what — it was Rick’s fault. I blame Rick.

LEMON: Oh my God.

ALI: But in all honesty —

WILSON: Blame Rick, why not.

ALI: — you know what NPR should do.

LEMON: Sorry, hold on. Wait, wait. Give me a second. Hold on. Hold on. That was good. Sorry. Rick, that was a good one. I needed that.

Photo Credit: JD Lasica

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