Like a stupid parrot that is only able to memorize one phrase, CNN’s Don Lemon is once again repeating his favorite talking point – Trump is a racist.
It’s truly hard to pick out who is the worst of the bunch at the self-proclaimed most trusted name in news these days but any short list would begin with Don “Easy Peazy Lemon Squeezy” at the top of it.
Lemon has spent over a year devoting practically every one of his segments to launching anti-white diatribes via his proxy target President Donald Trump and he was in truly rare form as was the rest of the race-obsessed media after the POTUS accurately described Haiti and many African nations as shitholes which is what they are.
If you were able to get through that, it is at this point impossible to argue that Don Lemon is NOT a racist. Especially his contempt for white people from Norway which seems to be the one thing that really puts a bug up the asses of liberals. Besides, if Haiti and a good chunk of Africa are like heaven on earth then why don’t Lemon and the rest of the outrage pimps and liberal twinks move there? After all, they have made it abundantly clear how much that they hate America under Trump.
Watchdog Independent Journal Review blew the whistle on the “dumbest man on television” and his blatantly racist commentary.
On Thursday night, CNN’s Don Lemon confidently declared, “The president of the United States is racist.”
Lemon made the bold remark just hours after it was reported that President Donald Trump asked a group of lawmakers, “Why are we having all these people from s**thole countries come here?”
“A lot of us already knew that,” Lemon said immediately after his declaration.
Lemon’s fellow CNN anchor, Anderson Cooper, made a similar statement just one hour before. He began his program by saying Trump “is tired of so many black people coming to this country.”
“Let’s not kid ourselves. Let’s not pretend or dance around it,” Cooper said. “The sentiment the president expressed today is a racist sentiment.”
Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL) confirmed to MSNBC Friday morning that Trump “used those words” in the meeting Thursday. The senator called Trump’s alleged comments “hate-filled, vile and racist.”
But the media doesn’t get off scot-free in this, either.
It is a step beyond objectivity to make sweeping declarations, like proclaiming the president of the United States “racist,” based on comments that, at the time, had not been confirmed by the lawmakers present at the meeting.
Journalists, anchors, and reporters: Point people to truth, don’t shove them toward your perspective. Leave that to the pundits.
The problem for Lemon and the rest of the race-baiting hacks?
Not everybody in America is brainwashed, ideologically blinded or stupid and it would be a pretty safe bet to say that the vast majority would agree with President Trump that Haiti and primal Africa are shitholes while Norway is a first-world country.