Don Lemon, CNN’s prime-time evening news anchor, is facing an online backlash for calling white men the “biggest terror threat” in the U.S.
Referencing recent boogeymen psyops, Lemon says to CNN’s Chris Cuomo, “So, we have to stop demonizing people and realize the biggest terror threat in this country is white men, most of them radicalized to the right, and we have to start doing something about them. There is no travel ban on them. There is no ban on — you know, they had the Muslim ban. There is no white guy ban. So what do we do about that?”
He says we have to stop demonizing people, then he demonized white men. This type of hypocritical double speak is typical for Lemon.
By the way, a comprehensive eight-year study (2008 to 2016) called “Comparison of Rates of Firearm and Nonfirearm Homicide and Suicide in Black and White Non-Hispanic Men, by U.S. State” found that “across the entire United States, black men had 27 more homicides per 100,000 per year than white men.” More specifically, non-Hispanic whites committed six homicides per 100,000 people, whereas blacks committed 33 homicides per 100,000.
Unlike most of CNN’s anchors, Lemon was educated in journalism — at a city college and state university. Then, somehow, this homosexual mixed-race made man quickly propelled his career from local news anchor to the major networks. At CNN, it seems his primary function is to package every news item into a race-baiting narrative.
In 2014, Columbia Journalism Review named Lemon the worst anchor in cable news. If you’re unfamiliar with this stooge, here’s a video of his Top 10 fails.
(Um, if you ring in the New Year with Lemon and that hateful bitch Brooke Baldwin, stay the fuck away from me.)
And CNN’s ratings continue to free fall. Does any of this affect Lemon’s career? Nope, apparently not. Not one bit.