Liberal CNN contributor April Ryan claims there’s “mass hysteria” over rumors that President Trump may fire Robert Mueller as special counsel in charge of investigating alleged collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign.
There’s growing concern that Mueller cannot be objective given his long friendship with fired FBI director James Comey and the fact that many of his staffers are Democrats who have donated to the campaigns of leftist politicians.
Comey testified last week that there’s no evidence of collusion. But the investigation continues, fueled by anti-Trump factions determined to discredit the president.
“One of my sources reached out to me right before I went on air, and they said there’s mass hysteria in the West Wing about this,” Ryan bleated.
It’s unclear how credible April Ryan’s sourcing is. But since Democrats have been in “mass hysteria” mode for months, why should today be different from the past 142 days of Trump’s presidency?
April Ryan on the potential of Mueller firing. "Mass hysteria in the West Wing about this" pic.twitter.com/criOQmSPmF
— This Is Not Normal (@NetworkJunkyz) June 12, 2017
Ryan—who has a history of race-baiting—was hired as a CNN contributor in April 2017, just days after making headlines for accusing White House press secretary Sean Spicer of being sexist. Predictably, playing the victim got April plenty of sympathy from her liberal media comrades.
Reporters now realize that clashing with Spicer at his daily press briefings can dramatically raise their profile. In March 2017, Ryan was widely mocked after insisting President Trump lied about being a billionaire because he “only” earned $100 million in 2005.
While it would be normal for the average person to not know the difference between annual income and net worth, Ryan’s display of comical ignorance raised questions about how a White House correspondent could be so clueless and STILL have a job on Capitol Hill.
April Ryan, a White House correspondent who, it appears, doesn't know the difference between "Net Worth" and "Yearly Income" pic.twitter.com/8ikttDJYfO
— Hardhat Patriot (@Hardhat_Patriot) March 16, 2017
"April Ryan" Does she know difference between Income and wealth/assets?
She is dumber than rock.
— Anjali Gupta (@anjaligupta90) March 28, 2017
Wow, math is hard! I'm April Ryan, and I don't understand the difference between yearly income and net total assets!
— Syntax Error ??? (@SyntaxError1871) March 15, 2017
Others said the race-baiting Ryan will fit right in at CNN—which ironically, is being sued by over 175 black employees for race discrimination.
CNN hires race-baiting perpetual victim April Ryan as a contributor! Perfect fit! Her snout makes her look like Fiona from "Shrek." ??? pic.twitter.com/977TwpegAF
— CNN Is Fake News ? (@CelebNews1234) April 4, 2017
— simone richardson (@seeraphina) April 4, 2017
Oh boy, the next Donna Brazille! She has a penchant for lying and race baiting. She fits right in with the CNN gang!
— Darla J Erickson (@bogiebeagle2) April 4, 2017
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