RUSH: “JUST TAKE IT!” Don Lemon Exposes Rule Of The Drive-By Media

RUSH: This was last night on CNN. Don Lemon read an open letter that he wrote to Trump about his phone call to the widow of Sergeant La David Johnson.

LEMON: Your tweet this morning essentially called her a liar. Mr. Trump, please stop it. Please, stop. Think of what Sgt. Johnson would want. If Myeshia Johnson is mad at you, take it, just as President Bush and others did. Mrs. Johnson, since the president seems incapable of finding the right words, let me speak for the entire country. As a black man, I’m always looking for role models who look like me, and the latest one I found was your husband, La David. May he rest in peace, and may you find piece when you can finally get a good night’s sleep knowing that this is America. We got your back. Believe that. Signed, me, Don Lemon. (chokes up) Sorry. I’m sorry.

RUSH: He began crying there on CNN. He felt the need to apologize on the widow on behalf of Trump — who, of course, is it an ogre and a barbarian and is incapable of empathy or sensitivity. But did you notice what Don Lemon said here? What’s the one thing he said here, Mr. Snerdley, that you picked up on? (interruption) “If Myeshia Johnson is mad at you, take it, just as President Bush and others did.” Just “take it as President Bush and others did.” Just “take it.” Bingo! “When we’re mad at you, president, just take it! That’s what your role is.

We get to destroy you every day, and you’re supposed to take it, President Trump. Just take it! Never mind that the whole thing might have been a setup. Never mind that the way Trump is characterized in this is erroneous. No, no. You lie about him, Don? He’s supposed to “take it.” You join in an effort to destroy the man, and he’s supposed to “take it,” and thereby we learn the rule of the Drive-By Media and the Washington establishment. You are to “take it.”

You are not to respond, and you certainly aren’t to fight back. You are to “take it.” If a citizen gets mad at you — even if it’s because we’ve lied to the citizens about you — you should just “take it,” Mr. President. And then the presumptuousness of Don Lemon with an audience of maybe a hundred thousand people claiming the mantle and responsibility of speaking for America! Well, this is who they are. I wonder, when did he graduate from unlearning toxic masculinity?


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