If you are going to defend President Donald Trump on CNN, you had better have your facts together and have someone cover you six. Conservative CNN analyst Ben Ferguson did just that and faced a firestorm of innuendos and false accusations from co-hosts over the Charlottesville violence filled weekend. Ana Cabrera did everything she could think of to frame questions that would make the President look bad. What do you think of her posturing in this article?
As Written By Tim Graham for Newsbusters:
Conservative CNN analyst Ben Ferguson was one of the first pundits to face liberal-media anger over President Trump’s Twitter reaction to a vicious vehicular homicide against Klan counter-protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia on Saturday afternoon. “We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry, and violence on many sides — on many sides,” Trump said.
Ferguson said the president denounced violence and hate, but CNN anchor Ana Cabrera wasn’t having it. Liberals pretended there weren’t any hateful violent leftists throwing punches in Charlottesville in Saturday.
ANA CABRERA: But are there many sides, Ben, to this? Are there many sides? Because what you just heard from Cornell is he did not call out white nationalists, the KKK. He said I condemn hate from all sides.
BEN FERGUSON: Well, and I think there is a lot of — I think there is a lot of hate from different groups and his point was very clear that he was condemning those that did these attacks today. And I think his point was very clear that there’s a lot of people out there that have a lot of hate and that it is unacceptable and they will be prosecuted and people will be arrested and the police will come after you and we need to come together as a as a country.
I don’t think it’s a time for it to become such a political conversation, that, I think we all need to ……..
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