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CNN’s Jim Acosta Spars with Sarah Sanders, Makes Fool of Himself!

jim acostaOn Monday, CNN “reporter” Jim Acosta was at it again! Having been ignored as he has claimed because no one seems to want to ask him any questions during White House press briefings, Acosta was once again given an opportunity to act like a “grown-up” and ask a reasonable question when given the opportunity.

To no one’s surprise, he failed at it again!

Over the weekend, President Donald Trump tweeted about California and how so many people in sanctuary cities want out of a “ridiculous, crime infested & breeding concept.”

Anyone with an IQ above a “melting ice cube on a hot day” understood what Trump meant by his metaphor. Any reasonable individual knew he was not referring to “people” when he spoke about “crime infested & breeding concept.”

White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders called on Acosta.

Acosta’s brought up Trump’s statement and foolishly asked Sanders, “When he used the word ‘breeding’ was he making a derogatory term about Latinos in California that they breed a lot or that they’re prone to breeding?”

Did he really ask that? Shamelessly he did.

And if that wasn’t enough, a CNN teammate “parroted” what Acosta asked.

CNN’s April Ryan took up the cause where Acosta left off and asked Sanders about the definition of “breeding.”

And, just for the record, I’m not comparing Ryan to a bird nor do I think she has feathers when I say she “parroted” Acosta. (#sarcasm)

Ryan, with exasperation in her voice asked Sanders, “What did he (Trump) mean by breeding? What does breeding mean to this President? When you think of breeding, you think of animals breeding, populating…”

Thankfully, Sanders cut-off Ryan’s diatribe against the President, which Ryan used obviously to attempt to embarrass him in some way.

Unfortunately for Ryan, she along with Acosta were the only two embarrassed.

Nice to see that professionalism is “alive and well” in the mainstream media today. (#sarcasm)


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