CNN Host Fantasizes ‘Biden’s New Deal’ Can ‘Make America Great Again’
CNN host Fareed Zakaria hijacked former President Donald Trump’s slogan “Make America Great Again” and slapped it on President Joe Biden’s gargantuan federal spending.
CNN’s Zakaria: I’m Not Saying Republicans ARE Nazis, But LIKE Nazis
To kick off Sunday’s Global Public Square, CNN host Fareed Zakaria, praised a “brilliant scholarly work” comparing British and German conservative parties in the early 20th century. The point was to suggest that America was on its way to emulate Germany with the modern Republican Party and News Corp. owner Rupert Murdoch marching to create a new Nazi Party to destroy our…
SHOCKER: CNN’s Zakaria Corners John Kerry on Biden Killing Jobs
Liberal CNN host Fareed Zakaria cornered Climate Envoy John Kerry on the Biden administration’s executive orders that killed thousands of U.S. jobs. Zakaria took the time to throw Kerry at least one curveball in an interview on the Jan. 31 edition of CNN’s Fareed Zakaria GPS.
CNN Host Blames Fox, Newt, Palin, and Trump for Ruining American Unity
CNN's Zakaria: 'Dirty Little Secret'—Trump Was Tough on Russia!
On New Day, CNN host Fareed Zakaria says that the "dirty little secret is that....the Trump Administration was pretty tough on the Russians. They armed Ukraine, they armed the Poles. They extended NATO operations and exercises in ways that even the Obama Administration had not done."
Don Lemon: Can't Have Unity with GOP Opposed to 'Science' and 'Facts'
Is there anything funnier than the idea of CNN suggesting it might be time now to come together as Americans? On Friday’s CNN Tonight, host Don Lemon chatted up CNN weekend host Fareed Zakaria to bash Republicans for daring to disagree with CNN. Lemon attacked Trump voters and Republicans as “people who don’t believe in science,” “facts,” and “reality.”
Bill Gates Blasts Parler as ‘Great’ for ‘Holocaust Denial’
American billionaire and co-founder of Microsoft, Bill Gates, said Parler is a haven for the promotion of conspiracy theories. Following increased censorship around the election, many conservative voices have urged their audiences to transition to Big Tech alternatives like Parler, and YouTube alternative Rumble.
Zakaria Likens Trump Contesting Election to Pre-Nazi Germany
On Sunday's Fareed Zakaria GPS, as he opened the show complaining about President Donald Trump refusing to concede defeat, host Zakaria likened the actions of the President and his supporters to "ultra-right-wingers" in 1920s Germany who helped give rise to Adolf Hitler by scapegoating Jews and communists for the country's loss of World War I.
Sure, Whatever: Crazy Fareed Zakaria Explains Secret to Our Failure
Hawking his new book, liberal CNN host and plagiarist Fareed Zakaria appeared on MSNBC’s Morning Joe Friday morning to share his opinions about the coronavirus, but what he had to say was so insane that it was almost impossible to comprehend.
Stephanopoulos and Zakaria Wail: If Trump Wins, We Can’t Fight COVID!
Appearing on ABC’s Good Morning America on Wednesday to sell his new Trump-trashing book, CNN anchor Fareed Zakaria told co-host and Democratic operative George Stephanopoulos that if the President were to win reelection, the nation would be unable to combat the coronavirus. The left-wing hack went on to blame the pandemic on conservatives who believe in limited government.
Fareed Zakaria: Trump Won Because of Voter Suppression
In an hour-long CNN special entitled Donald Trump’s Conspiracy Theories, host and serial plagiarist Fareed Zakaria dabbled conspiracies himself by pushing the idea of orchestrated and widespread voter suppression. Zakaria used claims that millions of people voted illegally in the 2016 presidential election as an excuse to dismiss the “voter fraud conspiracy theory.”
OF COURSE! CNN Hack Blames Reagan for High Corona Death Toll in U.S.
On his Sunday morning show, CNN host Fareed Zakaria opened with a commentary in which he blamed President Ronald Reagan for the U.S. government's failure to minimize the COVID-19 death toll as he argued that giving more funding to government agencies would have led to fewer deaths.