When President Trump posted a video of himself “clotheslining” and beating on a guy with a CNN logo superimposed on his head, snowflake Twitter users couldn’t take it! They complained to Twitter accusing the President of violating the terms of service by promoting “hateful conduct“.
Really? Didn’t everybody hate CNN before the video was published?
In even more fake news from CNN, they released a statement calling it a “sad day when the President of the United States encourages violence against reporters.”
After all, there were zero CNN reporters “clotheslined” and then beaten to a pulp as a result of the video.
In their statement, the thugs from CNN pointed out that President Trump’s Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said that “the President in no way, form or fashion has ever promoted or encouraged violence. If anything, quite the contrary.”
“Clearly” Sanders “lied,” the CNN statement said.
Unlike CNN where only the truth is reported!
Arthur Schwartz retweeted a posting by CNN’s Brian Stelter which stated: “Trump’s anti-CNN video is now his second most popular tweet of all time–as measured by retweets”.
Arthur’s comment: “That should tell you something, rocket scientist”.
The Federalist Papers Project reports:
We all know President Trump and the news media haven’t exactly gotten along.
There’s certainly no love fest between Trump and the mainstream media.
And, President Trump’s tweet on July 2nd, showed his disgust for his greatest enemy in the media, CNN.
The video shows President Trump wrestling a man to the ground. The man’s head is replaced by a CNN logo.