Don Lemon is settling into his demotion quite nicely, it would seem. At least, that’s the appearance one gets by observing just five seconds. He hasn’t lost his panache for whipping up fa-ke frenzies or fe-ar-mongering over peoples’ basic rights to exist.
He also hasn’t stopped pushing the rad-ical left-ist age-nda. By all measures, Don Lemon in the morning is the exact same thing as Don Lemon in prime time. The good news for the rest of us is that Lemon will continue providing clips and soundbites of unadu-lterated de-lusions.
In one such clip, Demoted Don invited Caveman Fetterman onto his show. It’s hard enough to imagine there’s an audience out there that thinks to themselves, “Gee, I just woke up and I want to hear from Don Lemon is saying!” It’s even harder to imagine people ever wake up and think to themselves, “Gee, what insightful commentary can I glean from listening to John Fetterman stutter and stammer!”
But the same could be said about CNN in general, so here we are.
Captioning their tweet “The du-mbe-st person in cable news interviews a brain dam-aged senate candidate. Painful to watch,” one user posted this absolutely unbearable exchange between the fa-ux-serious host asking the faux-serious Senate candidate his thoughts on Elon Musk owning Twitter.
The dumbest person in cable news interviews a brain damaged senate candidate. Painful to watch. #PASen pic.twitter.com/G3W7OOKt3S
— Arthur Schwartz (@ArthurSchwartz) November 1, 2022
Lemon begins the atrocious interview, which is really just free marketing for Democrats, by asking the medically unsound Fetterman what his message is for Elon Musk now that he owns Twitter. Aside from having Fetterman trying to talk, what’s even the point of the question? The implication here is that Musk shouldn’t own Twitter or have the right to open it up to free speech, both of which are fri-ght-ening observations.
In reality, Democrats, leftists, globalists, elites, and the like are te-rr-ified that real freedom and discussion will undermine their ability to control the narratives. It’s as simple as that.