Like most liberal politicians, moonbat Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren isn’t used to being challenged after making outrageous claims about conservatives.
In fact, we just went through an entire election where she and other Democrats made wild, unsubstantiated claims about President-elect Donald Trump and his running mate, Gov. Mike Pence, without so much as a peep from the leftist hosts on the shows they appeared on. With that said, imagine Warren’s shock when someone from CNN, which is normally friendly to Democrats, actually pushed back after she made a ridiculous claims about Trump’s chief strategist, Steve Bannon, a former member of the military and highly successful, well-educated businessman.
It was definitely fun to watch.
Warren appeared on Anderson Copper 360 to discuss the incoming administration, and despite America rejecting the left’s divisive politics, she pulled the race card against Bannon. However, Cooper wasn’t buying it.
“[Trump’s] got as his strategic adviser someone who’s a white supremacist,” Warren said of Bannon.
“Wait a minute,” Cooper shot back. “There’s no evidence he’s a white supremacist. Obviously, there are people who are white supremacists who support Donald Trump and support Breitbart or Steve Bannon.”
A clearly frustrated Warren began rolling her eyes and huffing and puffing like a brat at Cooper’s assertion that Bannon has never been proven to be a “white supremacist.”
“Come on,” she whined. “Steve Bannon has certainly associated himself with white supremacists — will you go that far?”
In a rare moment of journalistic integrity, Cooper refused to take the bait and instead insisted it wasn’t fair to accuse Bannon of being a racist without proof.
“This is a guy whose appointment is applauded by the [Ku Klux Klan],” Warren fired back, before launching into an anti-Trump tirade. “He’s associated himself with white supremacists. Is that close enough?”
“What Donald Trump is doing — so far — is that he’s said he’s going to go forward on bigotry and he’s going to go forward on Wall Street insiders,” she continued. “I think this is a real problem for the American people.”
You can watch the entire exchange below:
— Anderson Cooper 360° (@AC360) December 1, 2016
Nice, right? Apparently she and other Democrats didn’t learn their lesson this election that people are fed up with the divisive rhetoric and vitriol these people irresponsibly sling at anyone who doesn’t agree with them. There’s no more evidence that Bannon is a white supremacist than there is Talcum X, also known as racial instigator Shaun King, is actually a black man, yet despite the lack of evidence they continue to accuse him of being one.
Apparently, you really can’t fix stupid…