CNN talking head Don Lemon insists on carrying water for Obama, even if it means ignoring criminal activity at the highest levels of government.
Lemon slammed President Trump during an inane monologue, where he cavalierly dismissed reports that Obama’s former national security adviser Susan Rice was behind the unmasking of Trump team members.
The news was confirmed by multiple media outlets.
Lemon called the focus on Rice’s potential felony a distraction to divert attention away from the wiretapping claims Trump had made last month, which Lemon insists — without any evidence — are false:
Let us be very clear about this. There is no evidence whatsoever that the Trump team was spied on illegally. There is no evidence that backs up the president’s original claim.
We will not insult your intelligence by pretending otherwise, nor will we aid and abet the people who are trying to misinform you, the American people, by creating a diversion.
Lemon’s sudden fit of journalistic integrity demanding evidence to substantiate claims is laughable considering that CNN airs wall-to-wall coverage of unsubstantiated rumors that the Trump campaign had colluded with Russians to influence the presidential election.
Even anti-Trumpers like leftist Congressman Adam Schiff concede there is no evidence of collusion. In contrast, there is mounting evidence supporting Trump’s claims that he and his campaign staffers were spied on by the Obama administration when they were still private citizens.
Susan Rice famously lied to the world by blaming the 2012 Benghazi terrorist attack on a video, so her credibility is already in the toilet, as Twitters users noted.
"I'm not a crook." -Richard Nixon
"I didn't have sexual relations with that woman." -Bill Clinton
"I know nothing about this." -Susan Rice
— Liz Wheeler (@Liz_Wheeler) April 4, 2017
BREAKING: @ABC is colluding with Susan Rice through her ABC producer husband to cover up OBAMAGATE.
— Florida Guy (@floridaguy267) April 4, 2017
Meanwhile, Twitter blasted Don Lemon’s absurd editorial, saying he and CNN refuse to report news that doesn’t push their anti-Trump narrative, even if it means ignoring facts and reality.
Lol! Really Dandy @donlemon keep telling yourself that with your panel of all Liberals ! If it does not fit ur agenda it does not get told 🙄
— Elizabeth Carver ❤️ (@ElizabethMTHC) April 4, 2017
Puppet Don Lemon lives in an alternate universe.
— Alexandra Cohen (@AlexisinCohen) April 4, 2017
In other words "we have an agenda and will not let facts distract us from attacking Trump"
— New Federalist Party (@FederalistNew) April 4, 2017
It is hard to believe how biased they are. It is more of a national enquirer type outfit.
— Rob Francis (@ennis9999) April 4, 2017
There's Don, reporting from the barstool again.
— Steven Noel (@SC_Noel) April 4, 2017
It must be a very inconvenient truth for some folks that first Dr Evelyn Farkas and then Susan Rice are proving to be the real scandal.
— Michael Stevens (@ekimsnevets) April 4, 2017
Wow. Of course he won't report news that goes against his and CNNs agenda. Big surprise there
— Matthew (@TravelinMattS) April 4, 2017
They don't even try to hide it anymore. Jake Tapper is still halfway decent but CNN's reputation taints his.
— Indy 08 (@Independence24) April 4, 2017
So, @CNN is intentionally ignoring a Constitutional Crisis because it makes politicos they generally support look bad
— Mitch Conner (@SideshowJon36) April 4, 2017
— 😫❌Miss Pebbles *Scream*⭐⭐⭐❌ (@freethnker2) April 4, 2017
Tucker: "let's drop the euphemisms. Monitoring the conversations of your political opponents, isn't "incidental collection." It's spying" pic.twitter.com/dnTnzx9Of2
— Tucker Carlson (@TuckerCarlson) April 4, 2017
CNN instructing viewers to ignore Rice story. You know, like viewers ignore CNN.
— Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) April 4, 2017
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