The way the Washington D.C. media members have been acting for the past few days regarding a passing comment made by Sen. Martha McSally towards CNN reporter Manu Raju you would think an unprecedented assault has taken place. That Raju was so offended is itself amusing, but then throughout the day CNN intended to build this up into a major story.
Raju attempted to ask McSally pointed questions about the Senate accepting new evidence regarding the upcoming impeachment trial. This has been a Democrat agenda item, attempting to get new evidence entered into the proceedings, and Raju was promoting that party’s desires. McSally declared Raju is ‘’a liberal hack’’, and she walked into chambers without anything further to say.
One after another CNN personalities rose up in outrage, from Josh Rogin to Brian Stelter and Jake Tapper. The CNN Public Relations division even weighed in on this perceived offense, declaring McSally’s words as being ‘’unbecoming’’. This is the network that hosted porn lawyer/grifter Michael Avenatti on-air over one hundred times, lecturing others on what is deemed unbecoming behavior.