November 13, 2018
UPDATE, 4:25 p.m. Eastern: Apparently, Tara Setmayer wants us all to watch our rhetoric and call out the President while she’s still allowed to talk about Fox News rhetorically making the President masturbate. In a tweet reacting to this article, Setmayer wrote that she “stand[s] by everything I said in my podcast”:
CNN political commentator Tara Setmayer on one of her recent podcasts: "Fox News jerks the President off every single day. It is political masturbation on that channel. That’s right. I said it." pic.twitter.com/frl1Dtu0jE
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) November 12, 2018
What a classy individual. Whether it’s folks like Tara Setmayer, Max Boot, David Jolly, Tom Nichols, Jennifer Rubin, Charlie Sykes, Rick Wilson, or any other number of ardent Never Trumpers, not only is supporting diehard liberals and progressives and giving them the power to carry out their far-left policies the proper way to restore conservatism, it’s also appropriate to engage in lewd talk and curse on the air.
Of course, only Trumpers are the ones who have put America into the gutter.
CNN political commentator and pro-Russian Congressman Dana Rohrbacher aide Tara Setmayer has been a diehard Never Trump while supposed still claiming to be a conservative, Republican, or something along those lines. But like almost cable news Republicans, she’s lurched leftward.
On her October 30 podcast, she hypocritical lectured listeners that “words matter” and “we have to be better” while bashing Fox News for being a network that “jerks the President off every single day” and is filled with “political masturbation.” She also suggested that anyone who supports the President or any of his policies might as well support murderous drug dealers.
The podcast was taped during the liberal media-wide campaign to blame the mail bombs and Pittsburgh synagogue shooting on anyone and everyone who wasn’t a left-of-center, so Setmayer first lashed out just past the 15-minute mark, condemning the President’s insistence that the media have been to blame for the state of discourse (which polling suggested he’s right).
“I mean, with words that have come out of his mouth and what he said at rallies and the environment he’s fomented and what these — these evil people have decided to now carry out into action,” Setmayer opined, blaming what “comes right out of the President’s mouth and on Fox freaking News all damn day” for the anti-Semitic synagogue shooter.
This article was posted: Tuesday, November 13, 2018 at 7:59 am