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CNN’s Jim Acosta: America is a “Vicious, Nasty Country”

From the Washington Examiner:

Bemoaning Trump’s description of the media as the “enemy of the people” — the title of his new book — Acosta jabbed at the president and said, “I throw my beer cans at the TV screen,” when Trump appears.

“Do you remember, Bill, when we use to say ‘I’d like to leave this country better off to our kids and our grandkids?” Acosta said to veteran liberal journalist Bill Press. “Does anybody say that anymore?” He said the lives of Americans had degenerated into “viciousness,” adding: “We’ve become a vicious, nasty country.”

To what low has journalism sunk when a network, CNN, allows someone to cover a president he admits to personally hating?

12 thoughts on “CNN’s Jim Acosta: America is a “Vicious, Nasty Country””

  1. Acosta needs to get out his myopic D.C. bubble and pose those questions to everyday people throughout the country.

    He and his ilk still don’t get it.

  2. Well, if you media jackasses weren’t trying to fan the flames, in order to addict your viewers to rage, keep them coming back for more fixes thereof, and profit off “reporting” on the chaos you’re fomenting thereby, then we might actually be one nation, under God, indivisible.

    Exacerbating tribal passions may be profitable for you nitwits, but it’s killing the country.

  3. I’d say anyone who admits to throwing beer cans at images of Donald Trump shouldn’t be allowed anywhere near him in real life. The violence and rage is coming from the Left, I suggest Little Jim looks in the mirror for the guilty party.

    1. My first thought was, “He throws beer cans at his tv? He must have a lot of money if he can risk his tv like that. I couldn’t afford to let the tv take the brunt of my tantrums.”

      But, of course, I try not to have tantrums. I’m over four years old emotionally.

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