CNN anchor Don Lemon believes the way to rectify the Mount Rushmore ‘controversy’ is to add Barack Obama to the majestic monument.
Lemon began by joining fellow host Chris Cuomo in mocking the rising crime rates in America and Republicans pointing out how Democrats are okay with lawlessness.
The pair used ominous mock voices to portray fake conservative news headlines.
“Yeah, ‘Democratic cities are in chaos right now. Is this what you want from Joe Biden? And they’re gonna take your country away. And they’re taking down the statues,'” Lemon said
“‘Crime is rising as they defund police!'” Cuomo joined in.
Lemon countered, “‘Crime is rising! … Oh my gosh! It’s so bad and they get defunding the police.'”
Bear in mind these two faux journalists are joking about the concerns of the American people over crime rates, with a backdrop of Democrat-controlled cities burning for weeks, businesses being vandalized and lives destroyed.
Do they think that is a joke?
They joke as shootings have skyrocketed in major cities.
Lemon, after making a mockery of concerned Americans, pivoted to people feeling as if their country is slipping away. And he has a solution to solve racial tensions in America.
“Listen … if they are going to put someone on Mount Rushmore,” Lemon proposed, “considering the history of the country, the first black president should be front and center.”
Obama. The man whose eight years in office were spent trying to unravel everything the men on Mount Rushmore tried to accomplish? The man who set race relations in America nearly irreparably back?
Rather than dismiss the idea, Cuomo lent it credence.
“Add to Mount Rushmore,” he pondered. “I think that’s first of all, it’s a more salable idea than the idea of taking away Founding Fathers.”
So that’s all it will take to make everybody happy with Mount Rushmore again? Putting Obama up there based on no other qualifications than the fact that he is the first black President?
If there were a Mount Rushmore of moronic media members, Lemon and Cuomo would be front and center.
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