Public Drunk Don Lemon: “I’m obligated to call President Trump a racist”

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Public Drunk Don Lemon: “I’m obligated to call President Trump a racist”

Don Lemon tries to act the part of an intellectual news man.

At one point I thought him to be somewhat objective. However, after being with Lemon for interviews around Ferguson, I noted the change in Lemon.

Keep in mind, Lemon has never been a Conservative, not even close. But I didn’t think he cared as much about what people think as I’ve learned he does. Like most Leftists, he’s a fraud, afraid to be found out. Lemon is scared people will find out just how dumb he is.

Post-Ferguson, Lemon sold out for ratings.

Without an anti-Trump audience, Lemon simply isn’t interesting enough to maintain an audience. Thus, he’s succumb to the same tactics that will doom the late-night Leftist comedic hacks. His show is anti-Trump all the time, without even an attempt at humor.

Now we learn that Lemon has but one mission: to paint President Trump as a racist.

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According to The Washington Times,

CNN’S Don Lemon told a New York audience Friday that he has an “obligation” to call President Trump “racist” or “racist-adjacent” during broadcasts because the evidence points to no other alternative.

The co-anchor of “CNN Tonight” told attendees at Variety’s Entertainment & Technology NYC Summit that calling the president a racist is what journalists should do as a matter of integrity. His reasoning: an objective analysis of the situation “leads you to nothing else but this president being racist.”

“He’s certainly racist-adjacent,” Mr. Lemon, the keynote speaker, said. “If you have the evidence that shows you, that leads you to nothing else but this president being racist, then I feel it’s my obligation as a journalist to say it. On [Jan. 11 when] I said it, and I don’t regret saying it. I believe that to be true.”

The CNN personality added that he loves going to work each day because CNN has refused to “pick sides” regarding the Trump administration.

I won’t bother to provide evidence against Lemon’s allegations against President Trump. But America knows that Trump is no racist.

The clown who got drunk on national TV on New Year’s Eve 2016 wants us to believe he knows racism.


Note the careerless Kathy Griffin with Anderson Cooper. Griffin bucked Trump, and she missed last year’s New Year’s Eve party on CNN.

But what of Lemon’s and other Leftists’ charges of racism?

What Leftists deem racist has become the fodder of comedians. Things like math, hard work, God, all white people, anybody not for BLM, anybody who dare speak against Obama, and son on.

Here’s what you can count on.

Soon Lemon will no longer speak negatively about the president. Nor will he refer to President Trump as racist. Oh yes, that day cometh soon.

Because if Lemon continues, he will be out of a job.

Like the late-night comedic hacks, and others like Michelle “Has Sex With” Wolf, Leftists will soon find themselves backtracking on Trump.

The fact is Trump wins. Many don’t like this, but facts are facts. No matter how the Left tries to ruin President Trump, he emerges victorious and unscathed.

Let’s look at the rankings:

Fox News, Outnumbered Overtime anchored by Harris Faulkner delivered 1.3 million in total viewers and 274,000 with A25-54 while The Daily Briefing with Dana Perino averaged 1.3 million in total viewers and 265,000 in the 25-54 demo.

Anderson Cooper 360 was CNN’s most-watched show (No. 24 overall), followed by Erin Burnett Outfront (No. 27), CNN Tonight With Don Lemon (No. 28), and The Lead With Jake Tapper (No. 32).

CNN doesn’t even hit the radar screen in the Top 20. And where is Don Lemon? #28, which is tantamount to a decent Roku channel.

It won’t take long before Lemon backtracks. Remember that you read it here first.

 

 

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