Katrina Pierson turns tables on CNN for employing ‘openly racist’ Don Lemon, then she hits them for the anti-Semite

The sanctimonious liberals running CNN got their proper comeuppance after Donald Trump Jr. took to Twitter to point out that the anti-Trump network refused to run an ad from his father’s campaign calling on the invading migrant caravan marching on the southern border to be stopped.

“CNN refused to run this ad… I guess they only run fake news and won’t talk about real threats that don’t suit their agenda. Enjoy. Remember this on Tuesday,” tweeted Trump Jr.

CNN justified its actions in a response to the tweet, declaring the Trump ad “racist” — the network inexplicably continues to openly engage in its feud with the president.

Thew network tweeted: “CNN has made it abundantly clear in its editorial coverage that this ad is racist. When presented with an opportunity to be paid to take a version of this ad, we declined. Those are the facts.”

All of which prompted Katrina Pierson, the former national spokesperson for the 2016 Trump presidential campaign, to blow the network out of the water.

Majorly.

Using CNN’s resident racists Don Lemon and Marc Lamont Hill, the former Trump aide called the liberal network out for its hypocrisy.

“.@CNN employs openly racist @DonLemon, who thinks we need to “start doing something” about white men,” Pierson tweeted. “You employ @marclamonthill, who defends his friendship with noted anti-Semite @LouisFarrakhan.

“The only racists I see are the executives at @CNN who continue to employ bigots.”

But this was just the beginning of the shellacking CNN set itself up for — and they wonder why their ratings are embarrassingly low?

Here’s a sampling of responses from Twitter, beginning with the most brutal:

https://twitter.com/russellmaxbrown/status/1059108810344800256

https://twitter.com/matt4192/status/1059140936956026880

Tom Tillison

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