CNN Host John Berman Shows His True Colors, Calls The Hit on Soleimani ‘Murder’

CNN Host John Berman Shows His True Colors, Calls The Hit on Soleimani ‘Murder’


CNN Host and co-Anchor of ‘New Day” and
regular fill-in for Anderson Cooper, John Berman, just called the successful hit on
Iran’s top general “murder.” He also indirectly claimed that the President
may have launched the attack on Soleimani because he’s being impeached. Berman had just finished introducing a couple
of political analysts when he let the mask slip for just a moment. He said “not to diminish the importance
of the air strikes in Iraq at the time, but that’s nothing compared to the murder, the
assassination of General Soleimani. And this comes during the Senate impeachment
trial. So what do you see as the implication here?” The murder, the assassination of General Soleimani? Give me a freaking break! That my friends is what the folks over at
CNN, at least one of their anchors, thinks of the USA taking out a bloodthirsty butcher
in an attempt to disrupt an imminent attack. Sad, pathetic, but entirely predictable. Partial transcript: “The dramatic attack that killed Iran’s
most powerful security and intelligence official comes as President Trump is facing both a
Senate impeachment trial and a re-election campaign. Here with us now, CNN White House correspondent
Kaitlan Collins again, and Margaret Talev, CNN political analyst and politics and White
House editor for ‘Axios.’ You know, I delved into the time machine and
we found a ‘New York Times’ headline, this comes from December 17, 1998. This was during Bill Clinton’s impeachment. This was during the House vote. We’ll put that up, hopefully we have it. There we go. ‘Impeachment vote in House delayed as Clinton
launches Iraq air strike citing military need to move swiftly.’ Now, Margaret, not to diminish the importance
of the air strikes in Iraq at the time, but that’s nothing compared to the murder, the
assassination of General Soleimani. And this comes during the Senate impeachment
trial. So what do you see as the implication here?”

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