President Trump doesn’t like CNN’s Jim Acosta, and with good reason. Acosta has proved himself to be an enemy of the American people through his continued attacks on our President and the decisions of the White House. He tries to create hatred for Trump instead of love for America.
While he has often suggested – wrongly, of course – that President Trump is a racist, evidence has been discovered that the real racism lies in the evil heart of Acosta himself. It’s been revealed that the “journalist” has uttered some shocking words in the past about minority history in this country, including this little gem found on an episode of CNN’s popular early-80’s panel show, “The Dunning & Kruger Hour.” In it, Jim Acosta was asked his opinion on the history of slavery in America. His answer shocked the nation.
“I mean, let’s face it, we didn’t have slavery in this country for over 100 years because it was a bad thing. Quite the opposite: slavery built the South. I’m not saying we should bring it back; I’m just saying it had its merits. For one thing, the streets were safer after dark.
That is a quote from one Rush Limbaugh, explaining his stance in the issue of slavery. He says it has merit and that it did good for this country.
I hold the opposite opinion on the matter. Slavery was a dark stain in our history. It’s shame will never fade and we should all have paid reparations to its victims long ago.
Mr. Limbaugh is a racist idiot who also says that smoking doesn’t cause lung cancer, as he puffs on his cigars. I hope he is diagnosed with Stage 4 lung cancer someday.”
That was a direct quote from Acosta, in which he praised the institution of slavery and suggested that African-Americans are criminals. This man should never be allowed to set foot in the White House and should be condemned by the President for these thoughts. Obama probably would have given him a medal.