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CNN Anchor Retweets Ludicrous Claim that Donald Trump is ‘Insane’

Partisan hackery is back on the menu at CNN, folks.

Despite the fact that the jig has been up for a long time, CNN and other mainstream news sources continue to claim that they are “facts first” or “fair and balanced”, when, in reality, they are nothing more than infotainment vessels through which big advertisers reach our household television sets.

And, as such, it takes a certain amount of poetic license to keep the ratings up.  Dry and droll doesn’t sell airtime – salacious and sensational does.  Loud, bombastic claims and thinly-veiled partisan hatred are the real attraction here, as we sit at home, screaming at the television and waiting to hear what they’re going to assail us with after the break.

Now, as if we needed more proof that the whole thing is little more than a soap opera being written in realtime, CNN’s Jake Tapper just insinuated that the President of the United States is “insane”.

The original tweet came from George Conway, husband of Senior White House Adviser and Trump 2016 campaign manager Kellyanne Conway.

Tapper then tried to walk some of to back, to little avail.

This is far from the first time that George Conway has attempted to insult the President.

In March 2019, for example, Conway tweeted that Americans should be concerned about Trump’s “mental condition.”

In October 2019, he tweeted: “The sooner we get this over with and he’s gone, the better off everyone will be.” He later predicted that Trump would end up in prison.

So much for facts first.

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