CNN’s very own maître de douche Chris Cuomo rarely allows objective journalism to interfere with his particular brand of leftist propaganda.
Yet another example of this buffoon’s deep-seated Trump Derangement Syndrome would be his branding of President Trump’s referring to the murder of Mollie Tibbets of her being “permanently separated” from her family as somehow crossing the line.
In spite of Bubba Clinton signing into law, then Bath House Barry wholeheartedly enforced for eight full years the separation of families who crossed the border illegally, somehow President Trump is evil incarnate for doing the very thing that was firmly entrenched as practical policy.
In fact, the Seattle Times referred to “Trump’s cruel policy of separating children from their parents at the border nauseated people across the political spectrum.” Nary a word regarding 44 and 42’s complicity.
But back to this yutz, Cuomo.
For whatever bizarre reason, the brother of the Empire State’s Gauleiter is triggered whenever Trump makes mention of Mollie Tibbets being “permanently separated” from her family.
This delicate hothouse orchid considers Trump stating the obvious is downright “offensive”.
The fraternal bond between law enforcement officials has long been known for its legendary strength in the face of adversary and grief. Yet the show of solidarity recently displayed in New York City has crossed not only international borders, but reached beyond the seas. As reported by the Washington, DC-based the Raw Story news portal on Dec. 28, 2014, former NYC mayor Rudy Giuliani took to the airwaves to cite that officers attending the funeral for an assassinated brother weren’t just from The Big Apple.
“Beating the diminutive Belton to death with their fists and flashlights…”
Perhaps taking a cue from the New Black Panther Party, it was just released to the public that the Aryan Brotherhood had previously offered t $10,000 reward for the killers of an 88-year-old World War II veteran, as reported by both The Spokesman Review (of Spokane, WA) and KOMO News (of Seattle, WA) on Nov. 19, 2013.