It was only a matter of time before the media stopped hinting about it and just came out and blamed President Donald Trump for the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
On today’s Daily Daily Caller Podcast, we have the audio — seven clips, to be exact — of media figures blaming the president’s use of the term “fake news” on the death. It’s as insane as it sounds. Speaking of insane, liberals once again were yelling at Texas Sen. Ted Cruz in public, this time at an airport. We have that audio too.
Listen to the show:
MSNBC and CNN personalities have decided to pull back the veil and just straight up blame the president for “inspiring” the murder of Washington Post writer Khashoggi. This was predictable, as was predicted on the last two shows. Now we play you the proof.
Crazy liberals are still stalking Republicans, complaining about Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Two women saw Cruz in an airport and filmed themselves harassing him over his vote for a “sexual assaulter.” The weird part is, the women who filmed it watched what they did and thought to themselves, no matter how crazy they came off, “The world needs to see this,” and posted it online. The crazy left just keeps getting crazier.
Also on the show, Teen Vogue (yes, it really exists … sadly) declared, “can’t #endpoverty without ending capitalism!” We discuss their rationale. And the premiere of “The Conners” was a hit in general, but a bust when compared to the premiere of “Roseanne.”
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Derek Hunter is a columnist and contributing editor for The Daily Caller and author of “Outrage, INC: How the Liberal Mob Ruined Science, Journalism, and Hollywood” from HarperCollins, available now. Pick Up a copy, or several copies, here. Send compliments and complaints to email@example.com or follow him on Twitter at @derekahunter.