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Washed Up Hack: Bernstein Accuses Trump of 'Homicidal Negligence'



On Saturday afternoon’s CNN Newsroom, host Ana Cabrera brought on ultra-hyperbolic political analyst Carl Bernstein to make insane accusations towards President Trump, accusing him of “homicidal negligence” for his coronavirus response. Naturally, Bernstein demonstrated that left-wing hacks such as himself completely lack empathy by accusing Trump of jeopardizing “national security” by how he has handled informing the public about his battle with COVID-19.

Cabrera initiated the hackery by launching into the entirely media-driven narrative that the White House was not being transparent about the President’s health:

 

 

This morning, the President’s doctor gave a rosy assessment, saying Trump is doing very well. But not even an hour later, a source told reporters the President’s vitals over the last 24 hours were very concerning and that the next 48 hours will be critical in terms of his care. CNN political analyst, journalist, and author Carl Bernstein is joining us now. Carl, we saw that update today with the President’s doctor. It looked really more like a political news conference. And the White House has done a lot of confirming information only after it’s been reported, reactive versus proactive.

Bernstein fed into the unverifiable narrative and nastily accused Trump of “homicidal negligence”:

Obviously not. The White House has never been transparent enough about anything under Donald Trump of consequence to the national security of this country — of this country. But let’s take a deep breath here and look at — at what really is the pattern going back to January 28th when Trump was first informed by his national security adviser and deputy about this virus and what a great threat it posed. And since then, his response has been homicidal negligence. He has failed to protect the American people and rather to put his own interest of re-election and holding on to the office of the presidency in front of the health and well-being of the American people. And what we are seeing in this last week is the same thing, this willingness, this negligence, even as he himself has become stricken with this horrible disease, his interest in front of the country’s, for purposes of his election.

Even when the President is sick with COVID, Bernstein ghoulishly attacked him over how he is handling being sick. Of course this is no surprise coming from Bernstein, who has made a number of insane accusations towards the President such as that Trump is responsible for the worst “failure of leadership” by a president “in the history of America.” 

“Homicidal negligence” also seems to be the new favorite term of the hacks at CNN. Recently, Cabrera encouraged one of her guests to accuse Trump of such.

Bernstein also spewed vile at Trump’s supporters for attending the nomination of Amy Coney Barrett:

Go back, also to the Rose Garden ceremony in which we see these people packed together for a political event, really, you know, nominating and celebrating the nomination of his candidate to go to the Supreme Court. There are many ways to do it, but to pack those people into the Rose Garden without masks, once again, treating his supporters like sheep. And they responded like sheep, without masks.

Cabrera spouted several of the media’s recent talking points, such as that Trump refused to “condemn white supremacy”:

And I just think about all that has transpired in just the past week, even less than the week, you know, just since last Sunday, we had the bombshell reporting on Trump’s taxes, the debate that was anything but presidential, then the President’s refusal for days to unequivocally condemn white supremacy, and now we have the risk to the President’s own health and safety after repeatedly flouting those recommendations of his own health experts.

Like he usually does, Bernstein then declared that Trump is worse than Nixon because Watergate seems to be the only thing that keeps him relevant:

Look, you know, it’s — it’s known that — that Bob Woodward and myself, we covered Watergate. This far exceeds the horrors of Watergate. These are horrors committed by a felonious presidential felon, really, a felon — felonies committed against the people of the United States and their health and welfare and safety and national security.

Even when Trump has been ill from COVID, the nasty CNN hacks haven’t taken a break from their disgusting attacks.

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Read the full October 3rd transcript here:

CNN Newsroom
10/03/20
4:18:24 PM

ANA CABRERA: Confusion only seems to be growing over President Trump’s condition and the timeline of his COVID-19 diagnosis. This morning, the President’s doctor gave a rosy assessment, saying Trump is doing very well. But not even an hour later, a source told reporters the President’s vitals over the last 24 hours were very concerning and that the next 48 hours will be critical in terms of his care. CNN political analyst, journalist, and author Carl Bernstein is joining us now. Carl, we saw that update today with the President’s doctor. It looked really more like a political news conference. And the White House has done a lot of confirming information only after it’s been reported, reactive versus proactive. Do you believe the White House is being transparent enough about what’s going on?

CARL BERNSTEIN (CNN POLITICAL ANALYST): Obviously not. The White House has never been transparent enough about anything under Donald Trump of consequence to the national security of this country — of this country. But let’s take a deep breath here and look at — at what really is the pattern going back to January 28th when Trump was first informed by his national security adviser and deputy about this virus and what a great threat it posed. And since then, his response has been homicidal negligence. He has failed to protect the American people and rather to put his own interest of re-election and holding on to the office of the presidency in front of the health and well-being of the American people. And what we are seeing in this last week is the same thing, this willingness, this negligence, even as he himself has become stricken with this horrible disease, his interest in front of the country’s, for purposes of his election. Again, let’s take a look at — at the timing that’s under question here, this going to Bedminster after knowing, it certainly looks like, that his closest aide, with whom he spends the most time, and proximity in the Oval Office, Hope Hicks —

CABRERA: Hope Hicks.

BERNSTEIN: — has come down with the virus and he then goes to a fund-raiser in Bedminster. He also goes to a campaign event. Apparently, he and certainly his staff and the chief of staff and others, knowing that he has been exposed to somebody who’s testing positive and apparently has COVID. This too, gets to what certainly looks like — back to this idea of homicidal negligence. Go back, also to the Rose Garden ceremony in which we see these people packed together for a political event, really, you know, nominating and celebrating the nomination of his candidate to go to the Supreme Court. There are many ways to do it, but to pack those people into the Rose Garden without masks, once again, treating his supporters like sheep.

CABRERA: Well —

BERNSTEIN: And they responded like sheep, without masks. So we– we  got to go back to the — this idea of the President undermining the national security of this country for his own interest. It’s a very bitter pill at the moment when we see the country itself in a grave national security crisis because of the President being stricken with COVID.

CABRERA: And I just think about all that has transpired in just the past week, even less than the week, you know, just since last Sunday, we had the bombshell reporting on Trump’s taxes, the debate that was anything but presidential, then the President’s refusal for days to unequivocally condemn white supremacy, and now we have the risk to the President’s own health and safety after repeatedly flouting those recommendations of his own health experts. In your decades of reporting, Carl, have you ever seen anything like this?

BERNSTEIN: Obviously not. Look, you know, it’s — it’s known that — that Bob Woodward and myself, we covered Watergate. This far exceeds the horrors of Watergate. These are horrors committed by a felonious presidential felon, really, a felon — felonies committed against the people of the United States and their health and welfare and safety and national security. And the COVID example is — is really the most horrendous beginning back early in the year and now continuing through this — this last week. It’s very significant that the President’s principal national security advisors and chiefs of staff, Kelly, Mattis, McMaster, Tillerson, on and on, Bolton, they concluded that the — and Dan Coats, the director of national intelligence, they concluded that the President of the United States himself is a threat to the national security of the United States. That’s never happened in our history. Nothing close that presidents, whatever their failings, have put the interests of the United States as they interpreted it in front of their own interests. What Trump has done is the opposite, and now we are seeing the bitter fruit. We’re choking on the bitter fruit of his selfishness and — and that’s where we are. And take a look. We now have a government in quarantine. Senators —

CABRERA: Yep.

BERNSTEIN: — who are exposed in the — in the — in the Rose Garden. The executive branch is now being crippled, to some extent, by the spread of the virus through the super spreader events that were allowed to happen because of this homicidal negligence.

CABRERA: It was — it wasn’t just allowed to happen. It was, you know, put forward, it was supported, it was, you know, created because of a different reality that the President was trying to project and has been all along throughout this — this pandemic. Carl Bernstein, I appreciate your thoughts. Thank you for —

BERNSTEIN: Can I add one thing, Ana, before we go, just one quick thing.

CABRERA: Sure.

BERNSTEIN: — for the press and for Democrats and for Republicans alike on Capitol Hill, it is essential that in the next 24, 36, 48 hours, whatever it takes, that we learn the real timeline of the President’s illness and when it was — and his testing, every test that he has taken. It is essential to the national security of the United States that we find the answers to these questions and every reporter covering him should be dedicated to this and every decent Senator and Congressman should be committed to this.

CABRERA: And we are going to discuss more about the national security impact coming up later this hour.



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