A CNN panel faced intense backlash on Monday night for mocking Trump supporters as “credulous boomer rubes,” even sparking fierce condemnation from President Trump and his reelection campaign.
The panel, which originally aired on Saturday night during special live coverage of the impeachment trial, featured CNN anchor Don Lemon, New York Times columnist and CNN contributor Wajahat Ali, and ex-GOP strategist Rick Wilson discussing the heated exchange Secretary of State Mike Pompeo had with an NPR reporter, in which he allegedly challenged the journalist to point out Ukraine on a blank map.
Wilson used the topic to mock President Trump as well as his supporters.
“[Pompeo] also knows deep within his heart that Donald Trump couldn’t find Ukraine on a map if you had the letter U and a picture of an actual physical crane next to it,” Wilson began, causing Lemon to chuckle. “He knows that this is, you know, an administration defined by ignorance of the world. And so that’s partly him playing to the base and playing to their audience. You know, the credulous boomer rube demo that backs Donald Trump.”
Lemonade is hiding behind the facts that he is gay & black fool which affords him double protection. He is the same guy that comes right out and advertises how he hate the white guys; BUTT at the same time, Lemonade is married ( or something) to a honkie dude. I can only guess, who is the dealer and who the shuffler is.
Nov 1, 2018 – U.S. & World | Regional … CNN’s Don Lemon doubles down after saying white men are ‘the biggest terror threat in this country’ … But we keep thinking that the biggest terror threat is something else — some people … those that ended in death were more deadly than incidents carried out by other groups.
Lemonade has to have something on the big wigs at CNN for them to tolerate his misbehavior. The BOY needs a good old fashion, wood shed ass whoopin.
One of these days; the Boulder Rollers will have their back against the wall and need a helping hand from Trump. He will definitely throw them an anchor instead of a life jacket.