Moonbat CNN Commentator: Trump’s Speech “Psychotic,” a “Disgrace”

After Donald’s Trump acceptance speech, I switched from the grown-up and intelligent discussion on Fox Business to CNN, because I really enjoy watching “progressives” having meltdowns.

And yep, there it was: Van Jones, formerly Obama’s “green jobs czar,” was visibly upset.

So get out the popcorn, and enjoy the freak-out.

  • Alain

    I guess it is good they now have Obamacare, since they are in need of a lot of medication and treatment.

  • Maggat

    I read all the stories and commentary regarding Trump’s speech and found the vitriol to be a solid and consistent stream.I then spent a bit of time looking for his speech and found it on YouTube..An hour and a bit, quite long, but I sat down and watched the whole thing.
    The out come was simple, if I was an American citizen, Trump would have my vote. His message was that of a man of sound mind and character, and a man who is certainly capable of getting the USA back on track. GO Donald GO.

    • john700

      Things never said by a presidential candidate in a speech were said in that speech.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    Van Jones is a full-on communist.
    Screw him!
    Whatever he hates, I love.

    • john700

      Ana Navarro, a supposed Republican, was hysterical on the same show.

    • Surele Surele

      That’s a good strategy.

  • Clink9

    Hilarious. What serious country or network would ever think this loon is reasonable.

    He would be pleasuring men on the streets if CNN didn’t give him a job.

  • mauser 98

    black Trump supporter tells CNN where to shove it

    • Clink9

      Pure awesome.

      “Sir, do black panthers support obama” !!

    • Alain

      This is exactly how people of sound mind like him need to deal with the so-called media. I am so sick and tired of people, especially every politician, caving in and going along with the agenda of the media. I recall how Marine Le Pen so effectively thrashed the bimbo interviewing her, and all without being vulgar or even rude. She simply refused to be put on the defensive and turned the tables on the bimbo. This fellow and some in his group did the same with the guy from CNN.

      • John

        Yeah! That Interview with Le Pen was something!

        I haven’t been seeing much of Anne Marie Dussault lately.

        Did she react to Le Pen’s smack down by going on a bender? 🙂

        • Alain

          Doesn’t really matter, since Dussault is just typical of every single one of them.

        • john700

          The Le Pen interview is a lesson in how to treat the liberal media.

          • Surele Surele

            She was fabulous.

      • mauser 98

        Le Pen was criminally charged for a muslim comment…hate crime
        full auto massacre? hurt feelings

        • Alain

          Yes but if I recall it didn’t stick. In any case she refused to cave in, which is a total plus for me.

    • Slickfoot

      This guy Rocks!… I’m sharing this around.

    • Surele Surele

      …I don’t know nothin, I’m just doin my job. and this is a reporter? I would laugh, if it wasn’t so dramatically, what’s the word?, pathetic?

      • mauser 98


    • Samuel

      Divide & conquer.

  • BillyHW

    When did CNN become the news channel for black people?

    • Clink9

      When all the whites switched to Fox News.

    • mauser 98

      the airport channel

  • SDMatt

    Personally I liked the “Trump’s speech was so dark” meme that he, the rest of the Democrats, and the DNC-MSM press came out with in a coordinated manner immediately following the speech.

    • Jaedo Drax

      And of course the comparison to Reagan’s a morning in america speech in 1984.

  • vwVwwVwv

    fed up with the guys who alone never made a good society.

    no not blacks, leftists.

  • kkruger71

    For a political ideology that preaches empathy and understanding the inability to see their hypocrisy is dumbfounding. I really do believe they don’t see how when their candidates give speeches full of concepts and ideas that those on the libertarian or right side find false, idiotic, and/or terrifying they do not see that as divisive. Yet when someone who’s politics they disagree with state their ideas of how to fix problems, they are unable to view things from any angle other than their own. It’s funny how no matter how wrong I think their side is on an issue I, and most right-leaning people, can at least seem to understand why they think or believe it might be a good idea.
    I find of of the biggest pieces of evidence that the concept left-wing politics as a whole being for “the greater good” is false is how often I hear left-wing people saying things like that they don’t understand how people “can vote against their own best interests”. That inherently contains the concept that a vote for the left is most often has a selfish reasoning behind it. I rarely hear that sort of thing (against your best interest) from the right, even when it’s true. More often the argument comes down to the greater good for the hypothetical individual having their basic (true) human rights protected, and being treated equally before the law. Yes, there is a selfishness to that, but it also extends to everyone else, rather than selfishly not concerning yourself if it screws over someone else by having them treated differently than you.

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    • Clausewitz

      I’m so stealing that.