CNN’s Don Lemon Defends Chicago Black on White Hate Crime, Kidnapping & Assulat … “I Don’t Think It Was Evil, Just Bad Home Training” (VIDEO)
LIBERALISM REALLY IS A MENTAL DISEASE … JUST LISTEN TO CNN’S DON LEMON DEFENDING THE HEINOUS HATE CRIME ASSAULT ON A MENTALLY DISABLED MAN …
This is how low the liberal media and CNN has sunk. Yesterday, CNN anchor Don Lemon actually defended the viscous and despicable hate crime attack on a white, mentally disabled man by four black teens. Lemon stated, “I don’t think it was evil, just bad home training”. Are you serious? To not say what this was, is not only insane, it is racist. I am sure Mr. Lemon would have quite a differing opinion has the roles been reversed. How long can CNN actually employ this man?
Hey Don, why don;t you have another drink.
More despicable actions from CNN … Dem CNN Contributor Unsure if Chicago Attack on White, Special Needs Man Is a Hate Crime
Symone Sanders, a CNN contributor who previously served as press secretary for Sen. Bernie Sanders’ (I., Vt.) presidential campaign, was skeptical on Wednesday night that the torture of a white man with special needs constitutes a hate crime.
CNN host Don Lemon assembled a panel late Wednesday evening to discuss the gruesome video that shows a white man with special needs being tortured by a group of African-American teenagers. The video had been posted to Facebook Live, and the four suspects have since been arrested by the Chicago Police Department. The suspects in the video shout, “Fuck Donald Trump! Fuck white people.”
While discussing the video, Lemon noted that the Chicago Police Department is investigating whether the attack could be labeled a hate crime. He then asked Sanders whether she would classify the incident as a hate crime.
Sanders first denounced the crime, describing it as “sickening,” but then questioned whether the act should be described as a hate crime.
“We can’t callously call things hate crime,” Sanders said. “Is this hate for Donald Trump or pure hate of white people? That matters.”
Sanders tried to explain her distinction between what she would view as a hate crime versus a crime committed against someone because of their political beliefs.
“Because someone does not like your political leanings and they do something bad to you, that is not a hate crime,” Sanders said.