Vile CNN: GA Voting Law Is Based on ‘White Supremacy’

Sometimes it’s almost impossible to tell the difference between the Democratic hacks calling Republicans racists and the so-called “journalists” on CNN. They sound exactly the same sometimes. On Saturday evening’s CNN Newsroom, host Ana Cabrera collaborated with national security analyst Juliette Kayyem and counterterrorism analyst Phil Mudd to continue the assault on legislation by absurdly linking it to the January 6th riot. Kayyem declared that the laws are based on “white supremacy and the violence to undermine a Democratic election.” 

Kayyem took the insanity of the segment to a whole different level by linking the Georgia voting law to the Capitol Hill Riot and perpetuating the media’s parroting of the Democratic talking point that the bill is racist by claiming that is based on “white supremacy”:

The ties between the racism and the white supremacy and the violence to undermine a Democratic election is a straight line to the GOP strategy to undermine the vote of in particular of minority voters. That is not two different stories. That is a single narrative, to not trust democracy, and in particular not trust democracy when African-Americans and Hispanic Americans get to vote. And that is where the GOP has to be called out because they’re endorsing that violence through these voting or anti-voting rules. 

And what is Georgia’s supposedly awful crime? Simply trying to protect the integrity of its elections through requiring photo ID for absentee voters, lessening the time period in which Georgians can request an absentee ballot, limiting where ballot drop boxes can be located, and appointing someone other than the secretary of state to head the state election board.  

Cabrera had no pushback against Kayyem’s wild accusations but instead agreed that “some of the extremist elements that are perhaps emboldened because of the actions and the rhetoric” of the GOP.

 

 

Kayyem, who is a former Obama-Biden stooge and ran for the governorship of Massachusetts as a Democrat, alleged that Trump is either “a liar” or “psychotic” and celebrated censoring the former president:

The former president is, you know, is he a liar? Is he psychotic? Who knows at this stage? And the truth is, the only way forward is to answer, who cares? I mean, he has to be so isolated at this stage, so his continuing isolation from social media, his — you know, the fact that news organizations likes ours are not, you know, having him on air, all of those things matter to isolate him because he does have the potential to continue to radicalize. 

Mudd joined in the Trump bashing by blaming him for essentially pretty much everything bad that has happened over the last year or so, because you know, Trump is the source of all evil in the world:

The President told us not to trust the government on the virus. We’ve seen in reports from Dr. Sanjay Gupta, for example, that now government scientists are saying hundreds of thousands of people died because the American people believed politicians. The President told us not to trust immigrants so we have a spike in violence against immigrants. The President has now told us something else that people will believe, that that was actually a pro-American, a Democratic force that moved on to the Capitol on January 6th. I mean, the concern that I have is that we are now months later and people continue to believe this.

Blaming Trump for every coronavirus death and violence against immigrants comes as no surprise from Mudd because he has some of the most severe meltdowns of anybody at CNN. Mudd has screamed the N-word twice in front of Don Lemon, alleged that the “government is going to kill this guy” in reference to Trump, and tried to kick off a guest from a show that was not even his because he did not like what the guest was saying.

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Read the full March 27th transcript here:

CNN Newsroom with Ana Cabrera

3/27/21

5:04:10 PM

ANA CABRERA: With us now, CNN national security analyst, Juliet Kayyem, and CNN counterterrorism analyst, Phil Mudd. Juliette, hugging and kissing? That is just a blatant lie. That’s not what we all saw with our own eyes. Are Trump’s continued lies making America less safe?

JULIETTE KAYYEM (CNN NATIONAL SECURITY ANALYST): They are. I mean, this is not only not what we did see with our own eyes. I mean, these are — there are a couple of hundred indictments or court cases going on and so, the President, you know, we’re so done —  the former president is, you know, is he a liar? Is he psychotic? Who knows at this stage? And the truth is, the only way forward is to answer, who cares? I mean, he has to be so isolated at this stage, so his continuing isolation from social media, his — you know, the fact that news organizations likes ours are not, you know, having him on air, all of those things matter to isolate him because he does have the potential to continue to radicalize. The good news is that these prosecutions are disrupting what was or may have been an organized element that would have used violence to deter people from voting and the real test is going to be those cases and also what happens in 2022, when people return to the polls.

CABRERA: Phil, I want to remind you and our viewers what an officer who was there that day experienced.

(Cuts to video)

MICHAEL FANONE (CAPITOL POLICE OFFICER): I was just, you know, trying to fight as best I could. I remember like guys were stripping me of my gear, these were rioters, pulling my badge off my chest, they ripped my radio off — off my vest, started pulling like ammunition magazines from their holder on my belt. And then some guy started getting ahold of my gun, and they were screaming out, you know, kill him with his own gun.

(Cuts to live)

CABRERA: Phil, as a former law enforcement official yourself, what do you think as you hear this officer recall what happened to him on that day and then hear the former commander in chief essentially defend domestic terrorists?

PHIL MUDD (CNN COUNTERTERRORISM ANALYST): Boy, it — it makes me nervous. Let me put a few stories together that explained why it makes me nervous. The President told us not to trust the government on the virus. We’ve seen in reports from Dr. Sanjay Gupta, for example, that now government scientists are saying hundreds of thousands of people died because the American people believed politicians. The President told us not to trust immigrants so we have a spike in violence against immigrants. The President has now told us something else that people will believe, that that was actually a pro-American, a Democratic force that moved on to the Capitol on January 6th. I mean, the concern that I have is that we are now months later and people continue to believe this. If you had told me five years ago that there would be a violent insurrectionist attack on the Capitol and people would believe the President that he said it was peaceful, I would have said that’s a Hollywood movie. My concern is that people continue to believe a lie and it’s not just this, it’s the virus, it’s immigration, it’s everything.

CABRERA: And let’s just talk more about who was at the Capitol, because we are learning more and more details this week about who was there and what went on leading up to this Capitol attack. According to new court filings, the far-right extremist group known as the Oath Keepers, had discussed taking refuge in the Kentucky mountains if they could not prevail on January 6th. They also went through, according to the documents, some military-style training leading up to this insurrection. How concerning is it to you, Juliette, that there was this level of preparation?

KAYYEM: I mean, it is concerning and it’s not surprising given that the President of the United States at the time was nurturing it for at least about five weeks before — sometime in — sometime in December, he started mentioning January 6th, and then telling people there was going to be a fight, you know, to — to join, and remember the day of he — he instigated. So the fact that people were getting organized for it is not surprising or that they had an exit strategy. That’s why these prosecutions are so essential at this stage because we want them to turn on each other, we want their families to turn on them, we want them to know that Donald Trump will not save them and for the most part, you know, a lot of them will go away, right? Because it’s hard for them to recruit future radicals if they’re not a winning team, but I will say this, we will continue to have threats of violence. And the final thing, just your lead-in story is Georgia for a reason. The ties between the racism and the white supremacy and the violence to undermine a Democratic election is a straight line to the GOP strategy to undermine the vote of in — in particular of minority voters. That is not — that’s not two different stories. That is a single narrative, to not trust democracy, and in particular not trust democracy when African-Americans and Hispanic Americans get to vote. And that is where the GOP has to be called out because they’re — they are endorsing that violence through these — through these voting or anti-voting rules. 

CABRERA: And as we talk about some of the extremist elements that are perhaps emboldened because of the actions and the rhetoric.

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