Media Condemns Trump Admin to Hell: Calls President 'Serial Killer' - Wacky MOLE


In this week’s Wacky Moments of Leftist Extremism:

While defending the destruction of statues of the founding fathers, CNN’s Don Lemon says we need to examine their flaws because if you believe in Jesus, “Jesus Christ admittedly was not perfect when he was here on this Earth.” Really Don? Pick up a Bible.

Lemon doesn’t understand Jesus, and MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow feels she can condemn souls. On Monday she announced that members of the Trump administration will “spend eternity in cosmic penance and damnation” over their immigration policy.

The leftist media didn’t want to cover President Trump’s speech at Mount Rushmore last week, but this week they discussed how they would improve the monument. Don Lemon suggests adding Barack Obama’s face to the attraction, “front and center.”

MSNBC anchor Brian Williams, after claiming that the government always mentions co-morbidities when discussing COVID-19 deaths among black Americans, wondered:

"Am I alone in hearing at least a whiff of victim-shaming?"

How does Williams manage to "hear" a "whiff?" Also, why is giving a fact “victim-shaming?”

MSNBC host Lawrence O’Donnell, proved that the network will give a platform to anyone who hates President Trump, regardless of how radical they may be. This week Dr. Lance Dodes, a retired Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, called Trump a “killer” along the lines of “Hitler or Stalin.”

For more leftist media wackiness, check out the video above and click over to NewsBusters.

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