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Wacky MOLE: Libs Lose It Over ‘Lock Her Up’ Chant


In this week’s Wacky Moments of Liberal Expression, on Tuesday we learned that CNN thinks you should lose your government job if you chuckle or crack a smile when young kids chant, “lock her up.”

The Liberal Expression of the Week is the word is “strongman.” It’s was in heavy rotation in the wake of White House’s announcement that the President was looking into revoking the security clearances of former Obama administration officials.

“Communist” ran a close second this week. The term was heard frequently after the Trump administration barred a CNN journalist from a Rose Garden event. Reporter Kaitlin Collins told she was not allowed, following an Oval Office conference where she shouted questions and refused to leave, despite being repeatedly asked to do so.

The Collins incident also resulted in MSNBC’s Chris Matthews questioning whether President Trump has the right have FOX News on the TV’s on Air Force One. Last we heard he’s still president, so it’s probably okay if he controls the remotes on the plane.

Of course the liberal media’s outrage over having a reporter barred from an event at the Rose Garden by the Trump administration far outweighs anything they ever had to say when the Obama administration used the government to crack down and punish reporters it didn’t like.

For more on these stories, check out NewsBusters.

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