(National Sentinel)Â Fake News Network: It’s getting really old listening toÂ CNN‘s chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta whine about how he’s being treated by the Trump administration.
Just this week he complainedÂ on air at a Trump campaign rally in Florida he didn’t feel like he was in America anymore and that Trump supporters shouting “CNN sucks!” among other things was unfair, harmful, and potentiallyÂ dangerous — even though it’s the Left (which is triggered by the rantings of fake news networks likeÂ CNN) who have beenÂ violent towards Trump supporters.
Acosta and the rest of the clown show at his networkÂ do exist in an America that is far, far different fromÂ them. That was evident once again this week as host Brooke Baldwin attempted toÂ bait a soybean farmer and Trump supporter intoÂ hating on him.
It didn’t turn out like she planned,Â The Blaze reports:
CNNâ€™s Brooke Baldwin had to keep asking soybean farmer Mark Jackson if he would still support President Donald Trump after his tariffs began to hit farmers with economic difficulties.
â€œAre you supportive of what the presidentâ€™s doing?â€ Baldwin asked on her CNN show Wednesday. â€œAnd you know we talked a lot, I talked to a pork farmer last week about, you know, this whole $15 billion bailout for a lot of farmers who needed it.
â€œAre you in support of the president and do you have any concerns that heâ€™s fighting this on multiple fronts?â€ she continued. â€œAre you worried about that hitting you long-term?â€
â€œYeah, I mean everyoneâ€™s concerned,â€ Jackson responded, â€œas far as the direction that itâ€™s going now, I think, as far as whether we support the president or not, itâ€™s a matter that the hand has been dealt and I think at this point in time, letâ€™s look at the bigger picture.â€
â€œThat China is, they are abusing the intellectual property rights and they are a lot of other factors involved here,â€ he added.
â€œSoybeans are just a $14 billion element in a $300 billion-plus maneuver here,â€ Jackson explained. â€œSo I think from that perspective we are probably the biggest target because we are the smallest population, given that 99 percent of the people in the United States do not farm.â€
â€œBut Mark let me just jump in quickly,â€ Baldwin asked again.â€Last question, you say itâ€™s the hand youâ€™ve been dealt, but the hand is that of this president. Do you support this president and what he is doing?â€
â€œAt this point in time, yes, I definitely support what heâ€™s doing,â€ Jackson responded, â€œand moving forward, I think for a long-term solution to a better agriculture I think that effort is there, because thereâ€™s only one source of food in this world and thatâ€™s the farmer producing it.â€
â€œNearly half, between 40 and 50 percent of the soybeans grown in this world are produced in the United States,â€ he concluded. â€œChina needs soybeans and they do need ours. Itâ€™s just a matter of the final price will be that we receive.â€
“At this point in time, yes, I definitely support what he’s doing.” Soybean farmer Mark Jackson says he still supports President Trump’s trade policy even though American farmers have lost access to foreign markets. https://t.co/wafdngLdnX pic.twitter.com/OGpKg188ek
— CNN Business (@CNNBusiness) August 1, 2018
CNN is one of the most dishonest ‘news’ networks on the planet. Network reporters and hosts may as well be working for Vladimir Putin because they way they prey on and hate onÂ everything our president does as he’s trying to make thingsÂ better for our people, in the long run, is a disgrace.