Congrats, Don! CNN’s Don Lemon Isn’t Just Featured In A Meme, But Also A Trump 2020 Ad

Written by K. Walker on January 29, 2020

Why did Don Lemon give his hasty non-apology apology for that viral clip? Someone on the left probably realized his clip could be another ‘basket of deplorables’ moment to unite the right.

The clip from late on Saturday got little attention until a CNN staffer RE-TWEETED it on Monday. Then the President retweeted it, and it went viral.

That was the clip where Rick Wilson made a weak joke about Trump and the ‘credulous boomer rubes’ who support him against the costal elites resulted in Don Lemon nearly wetting himself with laughter in the middle of a segment.

He has since been shamed into giving an ‘apology’, which ClashDaily covered here

The RNC wasted no time turning that into a political ad:

“CNN anchor Don Lemon, The New York Times’ Wajahat Ali and winless carnival barker and scam PAC artist Rick Wilson let everyday Americans know what the establishment thinks about them: President Trump’s supporters are just a bunch of illiterate idiots deserving of the elites’ smug derision,” RNC Spokesman Steve Guest told The Daily Wire in a statement. “In a matter of seconds, CNN summed up the elite left’s disdain for half of America.”

Guest added, “Reminder for voters: As Joe Biden, Michael Bloomberg, Elizabeth Warren, Pete Buttigieg and Bernie Sanders campaign across the South for your vote, Lemon, Ali, and Wilson just summarized what these candidates really think of you as they shake your hand and pose for selfies.”
Source: DailyWire

Don Lemon’s arrogance and contempt of other people was, of course, ridiculed.

And does he think we forgot:

Or this one:

Sorry, Don Lemon. The gig is up. You’re a chump, and we all know it.

And now, your contempt and arrogance will be filling the coffers of the RNC.

Keep up that ‘good work’. The RNC is always looking for good material.

ClashDaily's Associate Editor since August 2016. Self-described political junkie, anti-Third Wave Feminist, and a nightmare to the 'intersectional' crowd. Mrs. Walker has taken a stand against 'white privilege' education in public schools. She's also an amateur Playwright, former Drama teacher, and staunch defender of the Oxford comma. Follow her humble musings on Twitter: @TheMrsKnowItAll and on Gettr @KarenWalker