When Lord called out the Media Matters speech fascists by mocking them with "Seig Heil!", CNN played it as if Lord had used the term approvingly. Liars.
Lord, the Reagan hand, was an early supporter of President Trump and helped many conservatives--including me--come to support the candidate.
I guess CNN gets some credit, too; the more hysterical, dishonest and unprincipled they have become, the more I like the President.
|Ron-'splaining to the Vanguard|
"CNN has fired commentator Jeffrey Lord, the network's most vocal supporter of President Donald Trump, after he tweeted "Sieg Heil" at Angelo Carusone of Media Matters for America.
Lord has previously called the group "Media Matters Fascists."
"Nazi salutes are indefensible," a CNN spokesperson told the Washington Free Beacon. "Jeffrey Lord is no longer with the network."
Lord later spoke on the phone with CNN's Brian Stelter and said that CNN's actions amount to "caving."
"I love CNN," Lord said. "I feel they are caving to bullies here."".......
Mr. Lord has earned the right to speak freely here:
"Free speech under assault from Soros group.
Will Sean Hannity’s sponsors allow themselves to be bullied by fascists?
The question arises as the fascist Media Matters — there is no other way to describe the George Soros funded group — moves forward — yet again — with its latest plan to end free speech in America. Doing this, mind you, under the leadership of a guy accused of racism, anti-Semitism and …wait for it — anti-transgender bigotry. ...The objective of Media Matters (and let’s stop with the camouflage and from now on call them what they really are, MMF — Media Matters Fascists), clearly, is to re-write the First Amendment so it will now be modeled after Fascist Italy’s Ministero della Cultura Popolare — Mussolini’s Ministry of Popular Culture. The Ministry was in turn modeled after the Nazi Reich Ministry of Public Enlightenment and Propaganda. Both Mussolini and Hitler’s aim was as simple as it was sinister: to control the flow of information whether that meant broadcast, newspapers, books, films and all the rest of any outlets that were vehicles of the day for the free expression of ideas.
The United States Ministry of Popular Culture shall make all laws respecting the exercise of speech; abridging speech as judged necessary by or in the press. All sponsors of speech-related television and radio shows, Internet sites and publications of any kind must seek approval from the Ministry or lose their right to speak in America.The American Spectator has been unable to confirm reports that the original draft of this Media Matters revision ended with the words: “Seig Heil!”
|Always with class and grace. Well done, sir.|