CNN’s Angela Rye goes off on wild tirade, compares ICE agents to slave traders in heated debate

The are no limits to the anger on the left when it comes to President Donald Trump, as seen Thursday when CNN commentator Angela Rye unloaded on the president’s “zero tolerance” toward illegal immigration, comparing Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents to slave traders — this from the same camp complaining about the rhetoric coming from Trump.

Just as egregious as the unhinged attack on law enforcement officials who happen to be US citizens is that CNN anchor Chris Cuomo sat there like a toad, allowing Rye to spew her politically motivated hatred.

Democrats have decided advocating on behalf of illegal immigrants, at the expense of US citizens, is a hill worth dying for and that bore itself out during a heated debate with former Trump campaign spokesperson Jason Miller on immigration.

“Clearly you don’t want to enforce the border laws because that’s what I’ve said,” he said to Rye at one point.

“No, what I don’t want to enforce is your president’s nonsense,” she answered. “You guys know that this policy is ass-backwards. Plain and simple. You guys know this policy is inhumane, plain and simple. Like, if you just take yourselves out of it for just a moment, take off the lenses of bigotry for just a moment and imagine —“

“Okay, so now we’re getting into the name-calling?” Miller interjected.

“Um, yes, we are. I’m calling this process, this procedure is absolutely based on bigotry and fear-mongering,” said the self-righteous liberal, claiming the moral high ground in the exchange. “If you don’t understand that your president announced his campaign by talking about … building a wall.”

Miller questioned her using the phrase “your president,” reminding Rye that Trump was president of the United States, before asking if she was Canadian.

“Not mine. I will never claim a bigot. Ever,” she fired back, the hatred glowing in her eyes.

After Miller called her out for screaming at people and being rude, Rye declared that she was winning the debate — while calling her opponent “dog.”

“I wish I could tell you from where in Africa my ancestors came from, at least part of them,” Rye said about the sarcastic inquiry about whether she was Canadian. “But I wouldn’t know because the same bigots who are sending people back away from their children are the ones who brought my ancestors here on slave ships.”

The left’s concerted attack on immigration agents being reminiscent of a campaign to demonize police officers in America that precipitated cops being gunned down in the streets during the Obama administration.

Tom Tillison

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