The HARD TRUTH About CNN Summed Up By One Cartoon

Written By BlabberBuzz | Source: TheFederalistpapers | Saturday, 25 February 2017 20:31

C.E. Dyer reports on CNN this week, David Gregory disgustingly characterized White House Senior Advisor Steve Bannon’s comments at CPAC about the importance of American culture as “white nationalism.”

On Anderson Cooper 360, Gregory said, according to MRC Newsbusters: “The language of the uniqueness of American culture is this kind of white nationalist language to me that harkens back to the kind of language we’ve heard before.

Gregory went on to say of Bannon: “I don’t know him. I don’t know what’s in his heart.”

Well, it’s easy to see what’s in Gregory’s: hate for this country. He continued:

There is a worldview there that I think will trouble a lot of Trump opponents about the uniqueness of America somehow being separated from our — the history of being such a multicultural society. A welcoming society and a society that assimilates outsiders really well. Assimilates immigrants really, really well there is a comparison to the vulnerability of Europe that somehow we are the same. And I think immigrants assimilate into America both economically, socially, and culturally much better than other countries as part of the greatness of this country.

Leftist “logic” really is a joke.

This article was sourced from TheFederalistpapers

these invaders are wearing new clothes and shoes, are traveling under the flag of their nation and will have to pay coyotes $5,000, or so, to be smuggled across our border.

do they constitute a down and out group of folks, or not, or is this just a setup by "satan on earth" soros and other moneyed leftists?

message to mexico: you have just admitted 5,000, or so, new invaders who will stay in your country as the usa will stop them at the border . . . mexico, happy trails to you!

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