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Fake News Outlet CNN anchor Don Lemon slandered over 74 million Americans who voted for Trump – claiming that they stood with “the Klan” and “Nazis.”

The CNN host made the remarks during an exchange with fellow network anchor Chris Cuomo. Lemon was asked to respond to assertions that people who voted for Trump should not be lumped together with rioters who stormed the U.S. Capitol last week.

“Now what you hear is, ‘Well, you can’t say that everybody who voted for Trump is like the people who went into the Capitol.’ Response?” Cuomo asked.

“If you are on that side, you need to think about the side you are on. I am never on the side of the Klan. Principled people, conservative or liberal, never on the Klan’s side. Principled people, conservative or liberal, never on the Nazi’s side,” Lemon responded.

“Principled people, conservative or liberal, never on the side that treats their fellow Americans as less than, that says that your fellow Americans should not exist. That says your fellow Americans should be in a concentration camp, or sides with slavery, or sides with any sort of bigotry,” Lemon added.

Cuomo then prodded: “Right, and if they say, ‘I don’t agree with those people, I just like Trump’s policies?’

“Well then get out of the crowd with them. Get out of the crowd with them,” Lemon responded. “You’re in the crowd who voted for Trump. If you voted for Trump, you voted for the person who the Klan supported. You voted for the person who Nazis support. You voted for the person who the alt-right supports. That’s the crowd that you are in.”

“You voted for the person who incited a crowd to go into the Capitol and potentially take the lives of lawmakers, took the lives of police officers, took the lives, innocent lives who were there on the Capitol that day,” Lemon continued. “You voted on that side and the people in Washington are continuing to vote on that side.”

Both CNN hosts involved in the exchange have condemned the Capitol breach while having used their platform to excuse the riots that erupted for months over the summer and BLM protestors turned violent.

During an exchange on Tuesday, they agreed that the Black Lives Matter riots – which consisted of things like mass looting, arson, and even murder – were more justified than the Capitol riot last week.

“You can’t compare what happened this summer to what happened at the Capitol. It’s two different things,” Lemon said.

“One is built on people, on racial justice, on criminal justice, right, on reform, on police not beating up – or police treating people of color differently than they do whites. Okay? That is not a lie. Those are facts. Go look at them. What happened at the Capitol was built on a lie perpetrated by the president and the people who support him.”

Cuomo said that people “get that it’s not apples to apples.”

“What it is, is a reflection of the truth, of what is happening in this country,” he continued. “Which is there are people who don’t care, who don’t like what was done, who don’t believe that black people are justified, and it’s why last week happened. And we can get angry too.”

President Donald Trump on Wednesday called on all Americans to refrain from engaging in any violent demonstrations, vandalism, or lawbreaking ahead of the upcoming Jan. 20th inauguration.

“In light of reports of more demonstrations, I urge that there must be NO violence, NO lawbreaking, and NO vandalism of any kind,” Trump said. “That is not what I stand for and it is not what America stands for. I call on ALL Americans to help ease tensions and calm tempers. Thank You.”

Other Republicans and Trump surrogates have made similar calls for no violence following the U.S. Capitol breach – countering the false mainstream media narrative that Trump and his supporters are some form of “domestic terrorists.”

Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel stated Wednesday that “violence has no place in our politics. Period.”

“I wholly condemned last week’s senseless acts of violence, and I strongly reiterate the calls to remain peaceful in the weeks ahead,” McDaniel remarked. “Those who partook in the assault on our nation’s Capitol and those who continue to threaten violence should be found, held accountable, and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.”

She added: “Let me be clear: Anyone who has malicious intent is not welcome in Washington, D.C. or in any other state capitol. The peaceful transition of power is one of our nation’s founding principles and is necessary for our country to move forward.”

The breach occurred during the Jan. 6 Joint Session of Congress as members were counting to certify the results of the Nov. 3 election.

Critics have claimed that Trump incited violence with his rhetoric during a speech to supporters, leading to House Democrats introducing articles of impeachment this week.

McDaniel noted that “now is the time to come together as one nation, united in the peaceful pursuit of our common democratic purpose.”

Trump attorney Jenna Ellis said that “it is possible (and correct) to support election integrity, the Constitution, and free speech and also condemn violence,” adding: “We are a nation under the rule of law.”

Ellis remarked that some leftists and media outlets are attempting to create a narrative that the Trump team’s support for election integrity is supporting “violence” against and “disdain for the Constitution.”

“Some on the right are trying to build a false narrative that support for the Constitution is condemning election integrity,” Ellis remarked.

Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi pandered to the far-left by making the absurd claim that protestors who marched on Capitol Hill had chosen their “whiteness over democracy.”

Pelosi’s comments came during an online meeting with constituents in San Francisco on Saturday. According to the comments obtained by The Hill, Pelosi’s racial comments tied the coronavirus-related deaths among black people to the Capitol breach.

“When that assault was taking place on the Capitol, 3,865 people in our country died of the coronavirus, many of them people of color because of the injustice of it all,” the California Democrat said, adding, “The next day, on Thursday, 4,000 people died of the coronavirus. Why? Because decisions were made at the highest level, months before in the Oval Office, of denial, distortion, delay, calling it a ‘hoax.’”

It’s worth nothing that Pelosi wants Americans to forget that she was one of the most fierce critics of the President’s decision to close off travel from China in an effort to halt the spread of the virus – labeling it as “un-American.” At the time, Pelosi also led a massive gathering in San Francisco’s Chinatown in an attempt to teach the president a lesson.

“I thought it was going to be an epiphany for those who were in opposition of our democracy to see the light,” Pelosi continued Saturday, referencing the Feast of the Epiphany. “Instead, it was an epiphany for the world to see that there are people in our country, led by this President, for the moment, who have chosen their whiteness over democracy. That’s what this is about.”

“Not only the complicity, the instigation of the President of the United States, must and will be addressed,” the House Speaker added. “It’s only a number of days now before we inaugurate a new President.”

Following Capitol protests, President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris similarly passed on a potential opportunity to unify, opting instead for racially-charged language.

“You can’t tell me that if it had been a group of Black Lives Matter protesters yesterday they wouldn’t have been treated very differently than the mob of thugs that stormed the Capitol,” Biden said, according to The Washington Post. “We all know that is true. And it is totally unacceptable. Totally unacceptable. The American people saw it in plain view.”

Harris, in a video posted to Twitter, talked of a “justice system that is experienced differently whether you’re white or black,” in relation to the Capitol breach.

The Daily Wire’s Ben Shapiro blasted Biden and Harris over their divisive remarks.

“Biden and Harris could have provided a moment of unity: everyone of good conscience deplores the riot in the Capitol. Instead, both decided to parrot the woke bulls*** that the police treated the rioters with kid gloves, and would have murdered them en masse were they BLM (Black Lives Matter),” he wrote.

“That’s categorical nonsense,” Shapiro continued. “Over the summer, BLM rioters ran roughshod through NYC, DC, LA, Chicago, and other major cities — and streets were renamed after BLM, police departments defunded, corporate brands cheered them, and politicians marched in solidarity.”

A reported five people died during the chaos on Wednesday; three perished from “medical emergencies,” one woman was fatally shot by a Capitol Police officer, and a Capitol Officer succumbed to injuries sustained during the Capitol attack.

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