Don Lemon Changes Tune on 'Private Companies' After Getting 'Cancelled' on Musk's X

Nick Kangadis | March 14, 2024
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People like serial propagandist and FORMER CNN host Don Lemon will never get “it.” Most of us that allow our brains to function properly know what “it” is when we see or hear it. But, for Lemon, the narrative will always outweigh common sense, reason and logic. So, it’s not surprising in the least to see what a massive hypocrite Lemon after getting “cancelled” from yet another platform.

As many of you may know, Lemon’s partnership with Elon Musk’s X social media platform was cancelled on Wednesday before his interview with the Tesla founder could air. That’s not new news.

What should be pointed out is the level of hypocrisy that Lemon almost exclusively deals in.

Lemon was ironically interviewed by his former employer, CNN, on Wednesday, and he said something very interesting concerning the end of his partnership with X. (Note: For context, Lemon can still post anything he wants and still make money through ads on X. He’s just not going to be making money in a partnership with X.)

“What’s interesting to me in all of that, and of these questions that, you know, about what, people are asking me, would ask Elon. What happened? What did I do? During the course of that interview, I never raised my voice. I told him, ‘I think this is important for people to hear,’ especially considering the type of discourse that we’re having in the country right now. And he supposedly says, ‘This is a public square for all.’ Maybe we’re learning that a public square should not be privately owned.

Here's Lemon's interview for full context (The above quote begins around the 9:45 mark):


Oh really, Donny? Is this you back in 2021 after former President Donald Trump was banned on the previously named Twitter?

“[Now former] Senator [Pat Toomey], nobody asked you to be the editor of the president’s Twitter feed, the one he has been permanently barred from. The one he is whining about. About how they’ve taken away his freedom of speech. The fact is, these are private companies. They have no obligation to have anyone on their platforms.


Do you not remember saying this, Donny? Pepperidge Farm remembers. Apparently, you don’t.

So what’s different, Donny? Much like when Florida gov. Ron DeSantis (R) sent criminal invaders to Martha’s Vineyard in 2022, leftists and just general elitists don’t like when the issues rational people complain about end up on their doorsteps.

I’m not saying Don Lemon shouldn’t have a platform. Everyone who isn’t a dangerous criminal, or calling for actionable violence against anyone, has the right to say whatever they like, no matter how egregious.

But, at least have a little self-awareness.