WATCH: Hot Mic Catches CNN Libs Joking About Trump’s Plane CRASHING

There’s only one word for this… ‘DEPLORABLE’.

Is there no upper (or is it ‘lower’?) limit to CNN’s Hypocrisy?

Do you remember the outrage when Trump made a passing reference to the Second Amendment which got the entire media’s panties in a twist?

It was this quote:

“Hillary wants to abolish — essentially abolish the Second Amendment. By the way, if she gets to pick, if she gets to pick her judges, nothing you can do, folks. Although the Second Amendment people, maybe there is, I don’t know,” Trump said.

The former head of the CIA, retired Gen. Michael Hayden, told CNN’s Jake Tapper: “If someone else had said that said outside the hall, he’d be in the back of a police wagon now with the Secret Service questioning him.”

…Hayden added: “You’re not just responsible for what you say. You are responsible for what people hear.”

…[Trump] makes death threats because he’s a pathetic coward who can’t handle the fact that he’s losing to a girl,” [Elizabeth Warren] said.– CNN

And, of course, Sarah Palin was supposedly encouraging violence against the opponents in vulnerable ridings with the ‘bullseyes’ on them. That was a story that lingered for days or weeks.

Will we hear the same levels of outrage over our supposedly ‘free’ media with ‘no political bias’ casually discussing the possibility of Trump’s plane crashing? While grinning about it?

You be the judge.

Does ANYBODY still trust them as a news source anymore? Even the legendary MSNBC biases are now more subtle than theirs.

Can you imagine if a hot mic caught Fox Anchors giggling about a Clinton plane crash?

We’d never hear the end of it. But … of course … ‘love Trumps hate. Right?’

Share if CNN has stronger political allegiances than Pravda.

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