This is a must-see. CNN’s Brooke Baldwin interviews a Syrian who had been a survivor of a previous chemical attack under President Obama. Baldwin snivels and squirms trying to get the Syrian to say something negative, anything bad about President Trump. And it comes back to bite her — hard. The Syrian put her in a place repeatedly “with all due respect.” Clearly this was a live shot. CNN would never allow such Trump love and Obama bashing on their network. It’s delicious.
If Obama had done what Trump did, Baldwin would have run down Fifth Avenue naked in wild jubilation.
I do not support Syrian interventionism or dropping bombs that help ISIS but this video is so good, it was worth it.
Powerful statements! Yesterday CNN’s Brooke Baldwin interviewed Syrian Kassem Eid, the survivor of a 2013 chemical weapons attack in that country. Eid was asked his opinion of U.S. missile strikes on an airbase in that country and about the issue of refugees, and his answers might not have gone the way some would have liked (Clinton and Obama to name just two): Syrian Kassem Eid on U.S. Syria attacks: “I felt grateful for Donald Trump. I felt grateful for the United States.”
CNN’s Brooke Baldwin played a clip of Hillary Clinton slamming Trump’s policies on refugees, and those who were expecting support of Clinton’s statement were sorely disappointed: CNN ACCIDENTALLY allows real news to squeak by. It happens on occasion! — Brooke Baldwin, You didn’t look too happy. “Help us stay in our own country” “help us to not become refugees” those are powerful statements!!! — Phil Summerlin: “Haha. Brooke Baldwin tried the old refugee ploy with HRC video to hurt PDJT but it backfired. CNN is not a trustworthy news source. #DNCNN”
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