$12 million per year news anchor Anderson Cooper apparently doesn’t care for the Olive Garden, the Holiday Inn, or anyone who doesn’t buy into his employer’s obvious belief that Republicans are a bunch of crap-kickin’ hicks.
Cooper punched down at Trump supporters who stormed the U.S. Capitol Wednesday, telling viewers that the protestors would probably go there after they left the grounds of the U.S. Capitol.
“Look at them, they’re high-fiving each other for this deplorable display of completely unpatriotic, completely against law and order, completely unconstitutional behavior, it’s stunning,” Cooper said. “And they’re going to go back, you know, to the Olive Garden and to the Holiday Inn they’re staying at, and the Garden Marriott and they’re going to have some drinks and they’re going to talk about the great day they had in Washington … They stood up for nothing other than mayhem.”
Here’s an uplifting and TOTALLY non-arrogant collection of the MSM taking shots at Trump and his supporters Wednesday. Pay special attention to MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough dropping the “F” bomb on live television.
Goodness gracious, Joe! Quite the potty mouth you have, young man. Good thing we know no children were watching your show… Because NO ONE watches your show.
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