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Female Empowerment? CNN Women Mock a Black Woman Fired From the White House


When it comes to empowering women, the left tends to pick and choose who receives their feminist blessings.

This time, the Daily Wire reported on how an all-female CNN panel delighted in the news that Omarosa Manigault Newman, a black woman, had lost her job at the White House.

Before moving on to talk about the black vote in Alabama, CNN political commentator Angela Rye brought the conversation to an abrupt halt and said this:

Brooke, I'm going to do what you can't do, and what April and Symone are too good of people to do and that's just be petty for a minute. Bye girl. Bye. We did it already on the podcast, April. Bye, honey, you have never represented the community. You are skin folk. We don't own you like Zora. Goodbye. Good riddance. Goodbye. Deuces.

After the group finished laughing at Omarosa’s expense, panel member April Ryan tried to reign in the hypocrisy and stated, “I don’t delight in anyone’s demise.”

The CNN panel was in good company, as fellow media colleague and woman of the left, Robin Roberts of ABC’s “Good Morning America,” put in her two cents about Omarosa’s bad news, as she said, “Bye, Felicia,” before moving on to another news segment.

Watch the CNN panel below:


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