CNN Suspects Virginia Republican Assassination Attempt Might Have Been Accidental

Today’s attempted assassination of American Republican leaders, the stuff television political thrillers such as 24 and Designated Survivor thrive on, are just another sickening reminder on just how split our nation is. In a matter of days we have moved beyond the radical left’s hateful depictions of the murder of our duly elected president, to an actual assassination attempt on America’s duly elected conservative leaders that left several people hospitalized and the assassin dead. Leave it to the masters of the “Fake News,” CNN, to actually ask one of the survivors if, perhaps, it was some sort of accident. Sick!

CCN Questions Mo Brooks About Assassination Attempt

According to the BBC, CNN  had to actually ask Congressman Mo Brooks if the June 14th assassination attempt on Republican representatives was deliberate. Perhaps CNN thought it was another of Kathy Griffin’s comedy routines.

CNN’s Randi Kaye then goes on to be an apologist for left-wing assassin James Hodgkinson. She takes the time to explain why Steve Scalise deserved to be shot,  associating him with David Duke, the KKK, intolerance toward non-English speaking Americans, defunding of planned parenthood, getting rid of Obama-Care, denying global warming, and being a loyal supporter of President Trump, all in the name of good, old Louisiana fun. I was stunned that CNN has suddenly moved beyond “Fake News” into the rhetoric of justifying the murder of conservative Americans. It is as though CNN is the new KKK.

Randi Kaye associates Steve Scalise with David Duke

Randi Kaye simply cannot resist flashing a photo of David Duke to justify the attempted assassination of conservative leaders, as though they really had it coming.

 

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