CNN Senior Legal Analyst Elie Honig said on Thursday that New York Attorney General Letitia James‘ civil fraud case against former President Donald Trump was weak because there were no victims in the case, thus no one was actually defrauded.
New CNN chairman and CEO Chris Licht did little to calm the nerves of highly partisan employees at the far-Left network this week after the cancellation of Brian Stelter’s show “Reliable Sources.”
“I want to acknowledge that this is a time of significant change, and I know that many of you are unsettled,” Licht said, according to numerous people who attended Friday’s editorial meeting call. “There will be more changes, and you might not understand it or like it.”
CNN anchor Don Lemon appeared to buck new company president Chris Licht’s more fair-minded approach, saying on Thursday that if journalists were truly doing their jobs, they needed to treat Republicans as though they are dangerous to society as a whole.
In a discussion on his show with Chris Cuomo Don Lemon said that Jesus was not perfect when he was on earth:
“Jesus Christ, if that’s who you believe in, Jesus Christ, admittedly was not perfect when he was here on this earth….So why are we deifying the founders of this country, many of whom owned slaves?”
In his discussion about the founding fathers and slavery he argued that the founding fathers were imperfect, and owned slaves therefore why are they defied. He also seemed to be saying because the Christian founding fathers were imperfect then so was Jesus.
Responding the the comments Pastor Robert Jeffress, the pastor of 14,000-member First Baptist Church of Dallas, Texas, told Fox News, “Don Lemon’s comments are, first of all, heretical….and it contradicts the most basic tenet of the Christian faith and demonstrates how tone-deaf the left is to faith issues.”
Hanover, Pennsylvania. Homeowner DeAnna Simpson in an interview with CNN affiliate WPMT inside her home where she and her husband have lived for the last 7 years; helplessly witness the media messed with by the occupying spirits.
DeAnna believes the spirits are demons. She describes a history of being scratched, pinched, held down while not being able to talk, breath or move, doors closing and of her and her cat being pushed down the stairs. Coincidentally, the house has a history of grisly deaths.
DeAnna describes helplessness as her grown daughters refuse to stay with them and an inability to sell due to their investment in the house.
It is curious thing, during the clip in one instance DeAnna tells the spirit to close the door… and it closes the door. Perhaps next time she could tell it where to go!
Canadian reporter Brian Lilley totally debunks the claim that the Middle East attacks resulted from an “offensive” YouTube video. Hardly, he says. It was a coordinated attack that is easy to see and has been confirmed by many official sources and reports, some of which the MSM refuses to show its viewers. Other Middle East protests that do cite the video have been clearly organized and staged, with people showing up with several printed copies of the same signs, and reports that some people are possibly even being paid to show up.