CNN political commentator Angela Rye declared her agreement with New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s now-retracted claim that America hasn’t ever been great.
Gina tried to have a “constructive conversation” with her but apparently, Angela Rye wouldn’t know how to have a civilized conversation if her life depended on it.
Should they ban CNN from the press briefings and make their reason as follows: CNN has been manufacturing false stories and inciting violence through their use of hate speech.
Rye, the former executive director of the Congressional Black Caucus, debated Donald Trump campaign adviser Gina Loudon about diversity in the White House, which she said was lacking. Rye argued Trump is a racist and lambasted the administration for appointing Ben Carson to be secretary of Housing and Urban Development, but Loudon argued the two could find common ground.
“Angela, I understand your feelings on this,” Loudon said.
“No you don’t,” Rye interjected.
“I have a adopted minority son, yes I do, who happens to have Down syndrome,” Loudon went on, as Rye scoffed. “He experiences bigotry every single day in a myriad of ways, not just because of his skin color but also because of his disability.”
“I understand that you and I don’t agree, but I would not support a president that I believed was going to be a threat to his future,” Loudon added.
“But you are,” Rye interjected again.
Gina said she wanted a “constructive conversation” and to acknowledge the positives of Trump’s administration, and she said Rye’s position was similar to Cuomo’s statement that America was never great. Rye embraced that charge and excoriated Loudon for mentioning her son. More
Instead of tearing down our country every day trying to turn it into the liberal cesspool, why don’t they move to a country that is already great?
So where do they think this mythical, perfect land is?
— MAGABOT #NRA, #2A (@ttocs35) August 16, 2018
— April Robinson (@AprilRobinson26) August 16, 2018
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