Red Pill

The “fake news” network CNN – which runs endless propaganda and hit pieces against the President of the United States of America – actually had the nerve to allow Don Lemon to suggest that President Trump’s comments about Senator John McCain (R-AZ) are somehow a “low blow”.

At the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) event, President Trump overwhelmed the crowd with both his hilarious self-deprecating jokes and his honest thoughts towards the issues which matter most to Americans.

Not only did the President blast the cowardly acts of the now-suspended Sheriff’s Deputy in Parkland, Florida, who sat outside of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School while children were being shot, but he made clear he’d stand up for the Second Amendment and support arming teachers or faculty which would save lives.

During the speech, the President of the United States of America also praised the victories of both the Republican Party and his Administration during the first year, but he took a few swipes at the RINOs (Republican in name only) who have held back even more progress.

One of those individuals was John McCain.

McCain is likely the most despised and unpopular Senator in the GOP amongst Trump supporters, who hold more contempt for McCain’s treachery than they do the Democratic Party. Traitors, in their eyes, are even more threatening to America than the left.

They’re right, and McCain has consistently acted in a fashion to undermine the 45th President of the United States of America at every opportunity he’s had a chance to grasp.

The President clearly knows this and punched back at McCain during the CPAC speech, in which the audience roared into applause over.

“Except for one senator, who came into a room at 3 o’clock in the morning and went like that, we would have had health care too, we would have had health care too, think of that,” President Trump said to the Conservatives in attendance, giving his signature thumbs down hand signals.

If not for McCain, Obamacare would have been crushed already, although President Trump and the GOP were able to repeal the individual mandate as per tax reform legislation, it’s literally the fault of McCain the entire bill isn’t slashed.

McCain, who’s publicly blasted Obamacare for years, intentionally voted in favor of the Democratic Party to get in a cheap shot at the President. What President Trump said was true.

Yet Don Lemon, CNN’s unpopular African-American television host, who often plays the race card and tries to depict white people as being “racist,” went on-the-air to utilize the moment to attack the President.

“Come on,” Lemon said on his show, trying to suggest that because McCain has brain cancer he should somehow be exempt from criticism. “It’s gauche, to say the least,” Lemon said.

Someone needs to inform Don Lemon that if McCain doesn’t want to be attacked, he should retire. He’s fair game and so is anyone else.

Just listen to Don Lemon’s shows. CNN is fake news propaganda, which intentionally brings on guests who will lie about the President and attack him. It’s disturbing.

The fact of the matter is, the Republican Party has men and women of every color, every ethnicity, and every sexual orientation, which despite the left’s attempts to portray it as being “hateful,” is a diverse and loving party.

Yet, the likes of Don Lemon use these fictitious identity politics and race-baiting to try and divide the right, and manipulate his viewers into believing the lies he spews.

Its sort of ironic the left tries to use McCain as a “hero,” considering John McCain’s family is connected to the Ku-Klux-Klan, and he’s often referred to as a “traitor” by those who’ve served with him in the military.

We also know John McCain had advanced knowledge of the fraudulent Trump dossier from Fusion GPS.

CNN itself has a horrifying history of harassing Trump supporters, including elderly women.

So no, CNN… John McCain is no hero, and he’s not in any way an honorable man. When he leaves politics, it will be a blessing.

As for Don Lemon, he’s a joke, and so is his entire network at CNN. They are fake news. Period.


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