Millionaire Fake News Cable Anchor Claims America Doesn't See Him as Human
It's bad enough when we get this routine from those who are down and out. But getting it from one of the most overpaid personalities in fake news is really too much.
CNN's Don Lemon says he doesn't know whether the United States views black people as fully human.
Lemon argued black and white people are "living in two different realities," saying former President Donald Trump was "the necessary wake-up for America to realize just how racist it is."
The biggest wake-up call was for the 1 in 5 black men who voted for President Trump.
"I don’t think America has seen enough people like me. I don’t think America intimately knows enough people like me. I would love America to see black people, especially black gay men, as, and I hate this word, normal, and as human beings, and as part of the culture. ... I don’t know if America sees black people and especially black gay men as fully human, and as deserving of the American dream," he told the Washington Post.
Are you kidding me?
This is coming from the hack whom CNN made the public face of its cable news and was, until recently, being paid millions by the subsidiary of one of the country's biggest telecoms.
Don, from his Sag Harbor house, in between taping a show watched by millions, is claiming that America doesn't see him as fully human.
It's shocking how oppressive a country that pays Don Lemon millions to be the public face of its establishment cable news industry is. Good thing Don can broadcast these revelations from deep underground with the resistance.
Lemon recently slammed opponents of critical race theory, which claims "racism is a normal and ordinary part of our society, not an aberration," telling critics, "Stop making it about you."
Ironic coming from an otherwise boring hack whose brand is making everything about him.