CNN, Libs Blame Trump for Bomb Scare, Despite Evidence of ISIS Involvement

The string of explosive devices delivered to various Democratic politicians and news network CNN today has become a moment of crisis among liberals, who have united to blame President Donald Trump for it.

CNN shed all pretense as it laid the blame on the President. Wednesday afternoon, CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin appeared on the news channel and proclaimed “This is not a ‘both sides need to tone down the rhetoric’ issue. This is a Donald Trump issue. Donald Trump is the only one using this violent rhetoric. This is all on (Trump).”

Here is video of Toobin’s statement, where he also said the President has no credibility or moral authority.

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That blame comes even as there appears to be an ISIS connection with at least one of the bombs. A picture of the device sent to CNN appears to show an ISIS flag on it.

Regardless, the liberal left pushed the idea that the bomber was a MAGA Republican, going so far as making the #MAGABomber trend on Twitter.

And it worked.

Other liberals joined suit.

David Leavitt of CBS and Yahoo tweeted the blame directly on President Trump.

Others used memes to make their point.

Brian Stelter of CNN was quick to push the “blame the right” narrative, while implicating the President.

 

 

 

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