Jake must have been dying a little inside to hear ANYTHING nice said about Trump’s accomplishments.
Van Jones is a partisan, and he’s an ideologue, to be sure.
But unlike most of the talking heads in the Left, he is issues-driven rather than simply party or personality-driven.
Much of what Trump does, he sees through the same jaded lenses as everyone else in the media bubble. But when he gets a glimpse of Trump doing something he likes, he isn’t afraid to say it:
Here’s a little context for that clip:
CNN commentator Van Jones offered President Trump some positive words he rarely receives from the anti-Trump network.
One of the hosts set up an opportunity for Van Jones and the rest of his panel to dunk on the President over his statement about having ‘done more’ for Black Americans than any President since Lincoln, or the ‘least racist person in the room’ statement.
Van Jones, however, didn’t take the bait.
Here’s how Fox reported Van Jones saying the same thing.
“I think it’s really unfortunate because Donald Trump, and I get beat up by liberals every time I say it but I keep saying it, he has done good stuff for the Black community,” Jones said. “Opportunity Zone stuff, Black college stuff, I worked with him on criminal stuff, I saw Donald Trump have African American people, formally incarcerated, in the White House, embraced them, treated them well. There is a side to Donald Trump that I think he does not get enough credit for.” —FoxNews
As he says it, Andeson Cooper looks like he’s just been punched in the solar plexus.
Kudos to Van Jones.
It takes some guts to stand up and disagree when your friends viscerally disagree with what you’re saying.
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