Kirsters Baish| It seems to be the norm for CNN personalities to lose their minds when things don’t go their way. To prove this point, all you have to do is take a look at CNN’s Alisyn Camerota. The CNN host lost her marbles this past Monday when speaking to former New Hampshire Governor John Sununu. Sununu was critical of the network’s political bias and tendencies of inaccuracies in their reporting.
“So, governor, what do you think about President Trump rejecting the practice of putting out an official White House statement about John McCain’s service and sacrifice?” Camerota questioned the former Governor during a segment which was solely meant to be focused on the late Senator John McCain.
“Look, that was printed in The Washington Post, and I have to be honest with you, I don’t give much credence to what I read,” Sununu answered.
“We also have that reporting,” Camerota then stated.
“Yes, well, same thing applies, Alisyn,” Sununu answered.
The CNN host went on to bash the show’s guest for having called attention to CNN’s long history of inaccurate reporting. Camerota then claimed that the network is not working on dividing Americans. She also claimed that they weren’t trying to exploit the issue.
Take a look at the clip below:
Camerota just made herself look like the rest of the liberal hacks on CNN. CNN White House press pool reporter Jim Acosta is no different. When he doesn’t get his way, he makes a big commotion, and blames the Trump administration, more specifically President Trump. It wasn’t too long ago that we reported that President Trump was considering banning Acosta from all White House events. Then, there was CNN’s Kaitlan Collins and her antics on which we reported, “The heat was taken off of Acosta briefly last week when CNN reporter Kaitlan Collins yelled out a highly inappropriate question at the President, asking him if his former lawyer Michael Cohen had betrayed him.”
It’s time for these CNN liberals to get ahold of themselves and stop losing it over every little thing that doesn’t go their way.