CNN kept up their favorite narrative on Tuesday as they questioned women about President Trump’s so-called “racism.”
On “Anderson Cooper 360,” CNN correspondent Randi Kaye sat down with eight Trump-supporting women who upheld their favor for the president despite the media’s attempt to turn them against him.
Kaye questioned the women on Trump’s recent controversial remarks telling those who aren't fans of America "to go back to where they came from."
“How many of you don’t think what the president said is racist? Raise your hand,” Kaye started off.
All of the women raised their hands and backed that up with reason.
“He was saying that if they hate America so much — because what we’re hearing and seeing out of them is they hate America,” one woman said. “If it’s so bad, there’s a lot of places they can go.”
"I'm a brown-skinned woman. I am a legal immigrant. I agree with [him],” another told Kaye.
“You don’t think that’s racist to say that?..” Kaye asked as she continued to push the media’s beloved narrative, even being sure to read the definition of racism to the women to make sure they understood what she was talking about.
Fed up with the CNN reporter’s questions, one interviewee, Kathleen Lieberman, called her out:
“Whoever wrote these questions up, it’s clearly that they're very manipulative to accuse instead of extracting the truth,” she said. “Because when you say, ‘don’t you think he’s racist?’ You’re accusing us, you’re accusing him.”
Kaye defended her approach by saying she was just putting forth the question but the women wouldn’t let that slide and pointed out that what she was asking had nothing to do with the "real issue."
“Do you think it’s just a coincidence that these four congresswomen that the president is going after, none of them are white?” Kaye asked.
"I don't think it matters,” a woman responded. “It's idiotic, what they're saying, so it doesn't matter if they're black or white."
It appears CNN wanted to show how foolish these women were for supporting what they deem as a misogynistic, xenophobic, racist man in the White House. But these women stuffed that narrative right back down their throats and held their own while doing it.
Check it out below.
"I don't think it matters. It's idiotic, what they're saying, so it doesn't matter if they're black or white."— Anderson Cooper 360° (@AC360) July 17, 2019
Female Trump voters in Dallas, TX, deny any element of racism in the President's comments aimed at four Democratic lawmakers, all of whom are women of color. pic.twitter.com/wX3fouhHNy
H/T: The Blaze