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BREAKING: MSNBC Contributor JUSTIFIES #CNNBlackmail — Says ‘Don’t Post’ GIFs or Memes

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Ralph Retort
July 6, 2017

A political contributor for MSNBC has thrown his hat in the ring to come to the defense of illegal extortion being conducted by CNN in retaliation for an embarrassing meme that was tweeted out by the president.

If you don’t want to be extorted, keep your head down and your mouth shut — according to the MSNBC political contributor Jason Johnson. Some people tried to warn him that this was a bad idea:

Here’s a clip of Johnson in action:

In related news, it turns out that CNN might very well have pinned the meme on the wrong guy!

This article was posted: Thursday, July 6, 2017 at 6:58 am

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