Pattern: Why We Should Never Forgive CNN’s Fredricka Whitfield


CNN’s long, sordid, ugly, dishonest hate campaign against America law enforcement finally went too far, even for CNN, when weekend anchor Fredricka Whitfield gushed over how “courageous and brave” it was for a man using an armored car to launch an attack against the Dallas Police Department Headquarters early Saturday morning.

“It was very courageous and brave,” Whitfield said Saturday of this would be cop killer, “if not crazy as well, to open fire on the police headquarters, and now you have this scene, this standoff.”

Sunday, the arrogant and unapologetic Whitfield refused to apologize. She claimed that she had “misspoke,” but never explained what she really meant. She’s also not sorry she said it.

All that aside, the primary reason we should never forgive CNN or Whitfield is due to the plain and simple fact that CNN never forgives us. Any misstatement, any slip, any mistake, any gaffe made by a Republican or conservative or Christian or anyone in law enforcement, is mercilessly beat into the ground by CNN. Then it’s kicked, stabbed, frozen, stuffed into a wood chipper, and ground into fine dust until it can be snorted at the annual CNN Christmas Holiday Party.

Like the rest of the mainstream media, CNN is at war with conservatives and Christians. CNN wants us marginalized, sidelined, and extinct. Using every means available to them, CNN exploits every opportunity available to annihilate us.

I refuse to not return the favor.

So no, we should not forgive and forget a CNN anchor calling a would be mass-cop killer “brave and courageous.” At every opportunity we should do what CNN does: remind as many people as we can that a CNN anchor called a would be mass-cop killer “courageous and brave,” and then refused to apologize.

Moreover, let’s look at the recent, unmistakable pattern of the smear-tactics CNN has employed in their relentless anti-cop hate campaigns…

Chris Cuomo: “You know how they are.”

Brooke Baldwin: “I love our nation’s veterans, but some of them are coming back from war, they don’t know the communities, and they are ready to do battle.”

Marc Lamont Hill (as riots broke out in Baltimore): “No, there shouldn’t be calm tonight. Black people are dying in the streets. They’ve been dying in the streets for months, years, decades, centuries. I think there can be resistance to oppression and when resistance occurs, you can’t circumscribe resistance. … I’m not calling these people rioters. I’m calling these uprisings … What I’m saying is we can’t pathologize people who, after decades and centuries of police terrorism[.]”

Marc Lamont Hill: Police are “an occupying force in the ‘hood.”

Add to this CNN’s inexcusable race-baiting, lying, and evidence fabricating during the Trayvon Martin – George Zimmerman story. Add to that CNN openly fomenting riots in Ferguson by investing all of its coverage and analysis into the “Hands up, don’t shoot” lie.

Under CNN chief Jeff Zucker, there is nothing that in any way makes what Whitfield said out of character or off-narrative for a left-wing cable news network openly spreading anarchy and division.

Like Brooke Baldwin’s smear against American troops serving as police officers, “courageous and brave” was very likely a narrative trial balloon — an attempt to normalize the profane and make it a legitimate part of the discussion.

Never forget that this is the very same CNN that openly enjoyed and asked the audience to laugh along at audio of Bristol Palin reporting a physical assault to the police. 

CNN is playing for keeps.

So should we.


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