The Most Assanine and Childish Thing CNN May Have Ever Allowed To Happen Live On The Air [Video]

[VIDEO] CNN host Don Lemon demonstrates a favorite technique of the alt-left when faced with undeniable facts. You just scream No and NO and No until you can call for a commercial break. The subject came up about the classified information that was found on Anthony Weiner’s laptop. He is the husband of Huma Abedin and the contents of those emails had just been released. Mr. Lemon sees it as old news. Watch his behavior. Spoiled brat comes to mind.

“No! No! No! No! No! No! No! No! No! We’ll be right back. We’ll be right back.” ~ Watch!

 

As Written and Reported By Ryan Saavedra for the Daily Wire:

CNN’s Don Lemon lost his mind on Thursday when a conservative political commentator pointed out that Hillary Clinton’s emails were found on the laptop of convicted child sexual predator Anthony Weiner, screaming at him and ending the segment before he could continue.

“There are a lot of people that feel like that there was special treatment that was given to people that worked for Barack Obama, and things that they did that they would have been indicted for if they were Republicans,” said talk radio host and CNN political commentator Ben Ferguson.

“For example, when you clearly have top-secret information on a laptop that you have on a server in the basement of your house, and then you send those top-secret classified documents to people that aren’t even cleared to see them, and then you forward them to your husband, who by the way is in jail by the name of Anthony Weiner,” Ferguson continued. “If that was a Republican — they would have been indicted.”

It was at that point that CNN’s Lemon lost it, screaming “no!” nine times in a row before calling for the segment to be cut for a commercial break…….

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WATCH: Don Lemon Screams At Man, Cuts Him Off When He Mentions Hillary’s Emails Found On Anthony Weiner’s Laptop | Daily Wire

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