CNN political commentator Ana Navarro said President Trump is "unfit to be human" because of his response to what happened in Charlottesville.
If that isn't demonic. Can you imagine anyone saying that about former president Obama? She should be fired.
How low can you go, Ana? Honestly. It's one thing to call him out for what he says or his policies, but saying he's not human?
We're talking about the president of the United States of America, but then again, Navarro is employed by CNN.
The same CNN that was forced to fire Kathy Griffin after her beheading-Trump stunt.
Not a good track record for respecting human life, CNN.
So, why did Navarro make such a vile, evil attack on the president? Because of Trump's response to Charlottesville.
"In my book, his lack of empathy, his lack of leadership, his lack of courage—he's unfit to be human," Navarro said.
"Well ... OK," CNN host John Berman responded awkwardly. "Let's talk about him as the president of the United States for a second right now, Ana."
Here is the video of her remarks.
I guess Navarro didn't actually listen to his entire address.
I encourage you to watch his entire remarks, because I think she (and the vast majority of the mainstream media) might've only listened to 11 seconds of it:
Trump condemned racism, violence and bigotry in the strongest degree. He called for us to unite as Americans.
On the "Todd Starnes Show" Tuesday, Todd said, "I don't know if she's a bigot in real life, or if she just plays one on television." Starnes added, "It really reminded me of the things being said in the '30s."
Starnes asked guest Dinesh D'Souza, the author of The Big Lie: Exposing the Nazi Roots of the American Left about Navarro's quote, and this is what he had to say on the show:
Well, not only is that chilling by itself, but not only is the left in the name of anti-fascism, getting away with all kinds of violence ... what's really scary about all this is that ever since the election, all these people—Van Jones, Ana Navarro, Rachel Maddow, Christopher Matthews, Bill Maher—they've been bloviating about fascism, yet they're scared to have a real debate ... these are people who are fraud. They perpetrate the big lie, but the moment the big lie is called, they won't have you on their show to expose them.
I have to agree with Starnes and D'Souza. Navarro's comments are more closely aligned with the communist/Nazi ideology of demonizing people—but she takes it a step further to trying to take away Trump's very human dignity and rights. That goes beyond the evil thinking of communism or Nazism, straight to Satan.
She is speaking out of two sides of her mouth, and her foolish Trump-hatred is blinding her from how low she's gone.
Unfit to be human? I would never judge anyone unfit to be human—because of forgiveness, redemption and so forth, but I do think CNN should judge Ana Navarro unfit to be a contributor.
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