CNN’s Don Lemon Calls For End To Rioting – Because It’s Hurting Democrats In The Polls (VIDEO)

Radical leftists have been rioting in Portland for 90 days. In other cities like Seattle, Chicago, and New York, we have seen similar behavior.

Thousands of businesses and lives have been destroyed.

Now riots have erupted in Kenosha, Wisconsin and people have even been killed.

And now CNN’s Don Lemon is finally calling for an end to the riots. Because it’s hurting Democrats in the polls.

News Busters reports:

After Encouraging Riots, Cuomo and Lemon Fear It’s Helping Trump Win

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Back in May and June, NewsBusters reported on how CNN personalities Chris Cuomo and Don Lemon had strongly encouraged violence in the streets in support of the Marxist Black Lives Matter organization (and histories of supporting Antifa terrorists). But with the 2020 election around the corner, the duo was fearful of riots helping President Trump get reelected.

“Chris, as you know and I know it’s showing up in the polling,” Lemon warned as their Republican National Convention coverage moved into the wee hours of Wednesday…

After denouncing the RNC as a sham explanation of where the GOP stood, Cuomo was the first to share his concerns about the rioting. “You have COVID, and then you have Kenosha. Don. And what’s happening in Wisconsin, it’s a Rorschach test for where this country is and I think it probably represents the biggest threat to the Democratic cause,” he told Lemon.

Lemon concurred and complained that it was “a blind spot for Democrats.” He added: “I think Democrats are ignoring this problem or hoping that it will go away and it’s not going to go away.”

Watch the video below:

So now we know where Lemon’s priorities lie.

Don Lemon doesn’t care about the lives that have been ruined. Just how this all affects Biden’s poll numbers.

 

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