Ever denying there is any bias in reporting, the liberal media continues to unleash personal attacks on President Trump.
A media feeding frenzy ensued after a report that Trump, in an Oval Office meeting discussing immigration protection policies, allegedly referred to Haiti, El Salvador, and some African nations as “sh*thole countries.” The president essentially denied using the language in a tweet he posted later in the day.
Over at MSNBC, there seemed to be no other news to discuss than Trump’s alleged remark and the epic proportions of its fallout.
MSNBC contributor Jason Johnson used his on-air time to level derogatory attacks against the president.
“We’ve been saying this a long time and this is another reminder. The president is a white supremacist,” the politics editor for The Root told MSNBC’s Joy Reid on Thursday.
“We heard in Charlottesville., our president is a terrorist sympathizer and our president is a clear and present danger to non-white people in America. It’s that simple,” Johnson stated as fact, unchallenged.
“There’s no reason to pretend that that’s not what’s going on. And what’s important about this is not just how his heart feels, because I’ve never cared about that and that’s not what’s important,” he went on. “This manifests in policy, this manifests in judicial policy, this manifests in immigration policy, this manifests in how this administration has dealt with American citizens in Puerto Rico who are dying because they don’t consider them to be real Americans.”
Again, the political science professor’s statements were not debated or discussed. This is, after all, MSNBC. Johnson continued his rhetoric, demonizing the freely elected president of the United States.
“Unless the Democratic Party realizes that this man is an enemy to non-white people in America – and this is not an exaggeration. Everything in his rhetoric and policy has said so,” Johnson said. “We will be in danger as a sovereign nation.”
He concluded with a bowl-ful of leftist soup, making accusations with name-calling and a side of “fake news.”
“We have to recognize that this president has made it abundantly clear since he got into office he does not want to make a space for non=white people to participate. Yes, there are some people who are not-white who are in his administration,” Johnson said. “But policy-wise and rhetoric-wise, he’s made it abundantly clear there is no role for brown, tan, yellow, LGBT people in the future that he wants to create in America.”
Host Joy Reid did not address Johnson’s remarks but moved on to question former California Democratic Senator Barbara Boxer about why Democrats are willing to work with Trump.
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