Andy Cohen, CNN’s replacement for Kathy Griffin on their New Year’s Eve show with Anderson Cooper, proclaimed that he hates white people.
Evidence of the remark and other statements by Cohen are coming under scrutiny as the national rhetoric slides off the rails and the mainstream media — including those at CNN — are pushing divisive rancor. Cohen hosts a late-night talk show on the Bravo cable channel.
The common left-wing tactic in these matters is to claim that the left-winger in question was joking, as Snopes claimed in their ridiculous article excusing Democrat Congressman Eric Swalwell’s literal threatening of the American people with our government nuclear arsenal. But words have meaning, as the Left is always so quick to assert when a conservative gets slammed in a free-speech scandal.
Here is Andy Cohen in 2016.
— Andy Cohen (@Andy) December 14, 2016
The top reply to Cohen’s tweet as of press time: “I hate that I was born white. I feel the entire guilty weight of my shameful history every day.”
Is CNN’s divisive rhetoric contributing to an epidemic of violence in America? You decide.
We reported: A man was captured on video sprinting across an intersection and sucker-punching a President Trump supporter who was peacefully protesting outside CNN headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia Saturday.
Even though the victim — a man from Clayton County, Georgia — declined to press assault charges, Atlanta police arrested and booked the assailant for disorderly conduct.
Watch The Video of the Stunning Attack:
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