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Charlotte, NC — On Saturday, CNN reporter Kaitlan Collins became upset with Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany. The two were involved in an exchange following the Press Secretary’s press conference where she only took a handful of questions. Collins was apparently upset that she was not called on.
She attempted to ask McEnany a question as she left the stage, but McEnany did not respond to her question. She simply said, “I don’t call on activists.” McEnany is responding from the standpoint that CNN has extremely obvious bias towards the Trump White House and has since the beginning of his administration.
Collins became upset with the exchange and said that she was not an activist. She called on McEnany to do her job, stating that it was a taxpayer-funded job. She also shared her thoughts on Twitter.
It’s understandable why someone who hasn’t done their job – taking questions from reporters – in weeks would confuse someone else doing theirs with activism.
Apparently, Collins forgets that CNN has not been a news outlet for several years. The outlet refuses to do their job and report the news, instead, being a biased network for the Democrats.
Of course, it’s understandable that someone who has not done their job in years, reporting the actual news to Americans, would confuse activism for doing their job.
You cannot refer to CNN as a news network. It is a propaganda distributor for the Democrats. Their number one goal is not to inform Americans but to try to brainwash and persuade Americans to the left.
We continue to see the left say one thing and do another. In Michigan, two GOP election officials were told that there would be an audit of election results in order to get them to vote and approve the election results. It was another lie of the left.
Jared Dyson is the Editor-in-Chief at The Liberty Loft and host of The Jared Dyson Show. Be sure to subscribe to The Liberty Loft’s daily newsletter. If you enjoy our content, please consider donating to support The Liberty Loft so we can continue to deliver great content.