CNN’s Brian Karem seemed to threaten former Trump official and current radio host, Dr. Sebastian Gorka after the President held a press conference at the White House. But Gorka wasn’t having any of it.
“You are a punk. You’re not a journalist. You’re a punk.” Now, this is how you respond to rabid leftists. Never start fights, but when slandered you call them out, and when threatened you stand your ground. We still need to take the higher ground and be the better person, but we cannot allow them to harass us like this.
My $$$ was on Seb as I note pic.twitter.com/yXfJfOKaZT
— Jim Hanson (@Uncle_Jimbo) July 11, 2019
Pay Per View pic.twitter.com/tMpzF5bJFc
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) July 11, 2019
CNN contributor Brian Karem appeared to threaten former Trump administration official and current radio host Sebastian Gorka on Thursday after President Donald Trump held a press conference at the White House.
Karem looked at a group of individuals, many of whom were Trump supporters, that had been selected to attend the White House’s Social Media Summit and said, “This is a group of people that are eager for demonic possession.”
Gorka laughed and yelled, “And you’re a journalist, right?”
“Hey, come on over here and talk with me brother, we can go outside and have a long conversation,” Karem said while giving a snarky look at Gorka.
Gorka rapidly approached Karem and yelled in his face: “You are a punk. You’re not a journalist. You’re a punk.” More
Wanted to get the part where a guest at a White House function begins walking toward the press and James O’Keefe is filming and Joy Villa is showing off her FREEDOM gown. pic.twitter.com/ZPIXRRVo6K
— Katie Rogers (@katierogers) July 11, 2019
Twitchy noted that CNN’s Brian Karem was saying the attendees were willing to be possessed by demons:
When someone has had enough they’ve had ENOUGH, and we’re thinking Seb Gorka had enough of the Playboy’s Brian Karem who accused the crowd in attendance for Trump’s announcement of being ‘prone to demonic possession.’
Whatever the heck that’s supposed to mean.
Nothing says you’re a professional member of the MSM like calling a bunch of people inherently ‘evil’.
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