‘Hurt’ and ’emotional’ CNN panel shredded for post Barr presser coverage: ‘Better than election night’

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Following the conclusion of Attorney General Bill Barr’s press conference Thursday morning, the talking heads at CNN reportedly suffered a mental breakdown.

One of the first individuals to spotlight the network’s breakdown was renowned left-wing journalist Glenn Greenwald. Though left-wing, he’s been immensely critical of the media over its Russian collusion delusion conspiracy theories, none of which he ever bought into.

“I’ve honestly never seen the type of media meltdown that I’m seeing on CNN. They are so emotionally invested in the storyline that they’ve been pushing for 2+ years and they know what Mueller did to it and how this will forever reflect on them,” he tweeted around 10:12 am.

Look:

He was wrong about one thing. There were actually nine CNN contributors speaking. Journalist Benny Johnson later identified the nine as conspiracy theorists and Democrat operatives:

The lack of any moderate or conservative voices on the panel was telling.  According to Fox News personality and comedian Greg Gutfeld, it almost looked like a therapy session:

It’s unclear though whether actual therapy — or psychiatric medication, for that matter — would be enough to cure these partisans of their clear-cut Trump Derangement Syndrome.

The syndrome runs so deep that the talking heads at CNN genuinely believe that the president’s decision to publish a trollish tweet to celebrate Barr’s press conference — during which he and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein had announced once and for all that the president neither colluded with Russians nor obstructed justice — amounts to obstruction of justice.

That’s right, this tweet apparently proves obstruction of justice:

*facepalm*

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But it only got worse after special counsel Robert Mueller’s report into Russian collusion was released around 11:00 am. For starter’s, CNN chief national correspondent John King, a so-called journalist, fantasized about every American printing out the Mueller report and reading it with his or her “friends and family,” because it’s not as if the American people have better things to do.

“It would be nice if people read it, took a breath, took a walk, talked about it and friends and family and colleagues. We don’t live in that world,” he lamented.

Sorry, John, but most Americans have something called a life

Listen:

Sighs.

And then CNN contributor Gloria Borger blatantly suggested that the president obstructed justice — despite Barr and Rosenstein’s ruling — but framed it as a question to hide her bias.

“So you have a president, you know, talking to his national security team about this. You know, talking to Comey about this, etc. And is there something in this that says, well, the president didn’t know that he was obstructing anything, that he was ignorant of the law in this matter, and therefore we shouldn’t treat it the same way we would treat someone who was knowingly obstructing justice?”

It wasn’t difficult to see through her question.

See more reactions to CNN’s meltdown below:

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Vivek Saxena

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