There are a few truths that cannot ever be denied. The sun always rises in the east. Eventually, everyone will die. Democrats commit mass voter fraud and CNN lies and reports fake news. On Sunday, Brian Stelter criticized President Trump because he said that the president didn’t not condemn the mosque attack in New Zealand.
—@AnaCabrera: “Instead of joining the world condemning this hatred and offering support to the Muslim community in New Zealand and across the globe, President Trump is tweeting that ‘Saturday Night Live’ hurts his feelings.” pic.twitter.com/jMlbb1zffD
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) March 18, 2019
The problem with that is that President Trump came out with a strong statement condemning the attack on Friday morning, the day after the attack.
President Trump: I spoke with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardernof of New Zealand to express the sorrow of our entire nation following the “monstrous” killings at two mosques… What they’re going through is absolutely terrible. Our hearts are with them, whatever we can do.
Question: Do you think the rise of white nationalists is a threat around the world?
President Trump: I don’t really. I think it’s a small group of people who have very, very serious problems. If you look at what happened in New Zealand perhaps that’s the case. I don’t know enough about it yet.
CNN and host Brian Stelter are running reports that President Trump is ignoring the New Zealand mosque massacre and is not “condemning this hatred and offering support to the Muslim community.”
It wouldn’t matter what Trump did. CNN would criticize him.
Obviously, CNN learned NOTHING from their reporting on the Covington school kids.
And they wonder why they are called fake news?