Washington DC hosted the “mother of all rallies” on Saturday, when hundreds of supporters of President Trump gathered in the country’s capital to pay homage to American patriotism. During the rally, a black Trump supporter who attended the pompously named “mother of all rallies”, Diante Johnson respectively, was interviewed by CNN and the end result was predictable, but let’s not anticipate.
The reporter inquired Diante Johnson about Trump supporters showing off their “No White Guilt” tee shirts. But the CNN pundit never saw it coming: Diante Johnson said that white Americans are not guilty of what happened 150 years ago. As the black Trump supporter had the nerve to claim that “whitey” is not responsible for what their ancestors did, CNN cut the live feed.
Imagine my shock: CNN, a very fake news outlet, to use the POTUS’ parlance, cut the live feed as a black Trump supporter refused to play along with their narrative and to whip up racial tension. The CNN pundit asked Diante Johnson:
“I have seen some shirts here today, I think one shirt that said ‘no white guilt,’ things like that…I mean, there have been some messages that might not be that open to folks from diverse perspectives. What would your message be to folks like that?”
And Johnson said:
“When it comes to ‘no white guilt,’ uh, I agree with that, I actually just made a post about it on my page and a video about it…is that there are some White Americans that feel guilty for what their ancestors did, you know, this and that, and the thing about it is, they shouldn’t have to feel guilty, this is America…
This is CNN’s modus operandi, typical fake news: if the guest is not playing along with the network’s leftist narrative, the live feed is magically cut off. Just because this guy is not an angry racist Black Lives Matter operative, he doesn’t deserve to be heard by CNN’s audience. The thing is, Diante Johnson is an African American man who actually uses his brain, making him the enemy of the left, whose political strategy is to divide the American society by stirring minorities against whites via “professional blacks” like Jesse Jackson or auntie Maxine Waters.