Photo credit: CNN It may have seemed that CNN was capable of being morally responsible after they terminated their relationship with Kathy Griffin, but rest assured it only seemed that way. In reality, nothing could be further from the truth. Especially given their coverage (or lack thereof) of the latest terror attack in London.
Muslim CNN commentator, Reza Aslan, went on a short, but nonetheless vulgar rant against President Trump, after he commented on the need to reinstate the travel ban following the London attack. Aslan tweeted out a vile response saying:
“This piece of s**t is not just an embarrassment to America and a stain on the presidency, he is an embarrassment to humankind.”
Not surprisingly, Aslan had nothing at all to say about the terrorist attack. He uttered no words of sympathy for the victims or their families. No stern warnings to the jihadists perpetrating these heinous crimes. Not one word. Aslan did what all liberals do-he blamed the person trying to find a solution to the problem.
Sadly, President Trump has become a scapegoat for the left. They take their failures, too numerous to list, and place them squarely on the shoulders of the president. If the temperature in Antarctica rises ever so slightly, it’s his fault. And when radical Islamic terrorist rain down hell across the globe, it’s because President Trump instituted a
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To hear liberal outlets like CNN tell the story, one might get the idea that the president’s travel ban is responsible for every act of Islamic terrorism throughout history. Funny, given the fact that it is happening in Europe, where open arms and loving hearts have welcomed the jihadists.
President Trump’s tweet was nothing but brutal honesty which the left obviously despises. “We need to be smart, vigilant, and tough,” the president tweeted. “We need the courts to give us back our rights. We need the Travel Ban as an extra level of safety!” But, Aslan continued to bash President Trump sending out another tweet calling him a “man baby” that “must be ignored in times of crisis.”