CNN Attacks Republicans Who Politicize Tragedies. Politicizes Jacksonville Shooting
I don't have to tell you how CNN are a bunch of hypocritical fake news pushers with no redeeming qualities whatsoever. Though, if you're a stickler who still isn't sold on that reality, I'm happy to give you hard evidence.
Feast your eyes on this bit of two-faced douchebaggery.
Ok, we can't mention the recurring pattern of illegal pendejos getting their murder on. It's not right to "politicize a tragedy" by pointing out how our immigration laws aren't being enforced. This is the rule CNN has established.
Though, the fakest name in news isn't about to let a
pile of dead bodies opportunity to advocate against constitutional rights go to waste:
On Sunday afternoon, after word broke that a mass shooting had occurred at a Jacksonville, Florida, gaming tournament, it didn't long for CNN host Fredricka Whitfield to talk up the alleged need for more gun laws in Florida -- in fact, it took just a little over 50 minutes. And it feels like only yesterday that the same CNN host was fretting over Republicans "politicizing" the murder of Mollie Tibbetts to call for greater actions against illegal immigration.
It literally was yesterday that Whitfield devoted an entire segment to complaining about President Donald Trump and Republicans promoting greater border security in response to the Tibbetts killing.
So, you see, we're insensitive doucheburritos if we bring up Mollie Tibbetts at all in the immigration debate. "Don't you dare politicize tragedy, you heartless slime."
CNN, on the other hand is right and just to hop right on the anti-gun bandwagon while the bodies are still warm in Jacksonville. Hypocrisy confirmed.
I'll readily admit using the caskets of the deceased as a soapbox isn't the greatest thing. CNN only seems to believe that when conservatives use dead individuals as examples of illegal immigrant dickery. When the homicides are to their political advantage, that rule of theirs goes out the window. It's an around-the-clock sh*tshow of grandstanding and accusations of child murder.
Pick a rule and stick with it, CNN.