Don Lemon Just Screamed ‘No!’ Nine Times So A Republican Couldn’t Talk About Benghazi

It should surprise nobody that hosts on liberal news networks treat conservatives and others who don’t agree with their narrow points of view very poorly. It is also nothing new that leftist media figures are, like all liberals, allergic to facts.

What was a bit jarring, however, was when CNN host Don Lemon went so far as to shout the word “No!” nine times so that Trump-supporting conservative guest Ben Ferguson could not keep talking about Hillary Clinton’s Benghazi scandal. The exchange began with Lemon saying at the end of a segment, “I’ve got to get Ben in. Go ahead, Ben.” This was as though he were doing the Republican a favor.

Said Ferguson, “There are a lot of people that feel like that there was special treatment that was given to people that worked for Barack Obama, and things that they did that they would have been indicted for if they were Republicans.”

He continued, “For example, when you clearly have top-secret information on a laptop that you have on a server in the basement of your house, and then you send those top-secret classified documents to people that aren’t even cleared to see them, and then you forward them to your husband, who by the way is in jail by the name of Anthony Weiner.If that was a Republican — they would have been indicted.”

 At this point, Lemon began screaming, “No!” Ben tried to keep talking, saying, Let me finish. I hate when you — This is what you do every time. This is what you do every single time. Let me finish. Let me finish my point.” Don didn’t let him finished, and kept shouting, “No!” Ben added, “No it’s not. It’s water under the bridge for you, Don. It’s water under the bridge for you. It’s not for the rest of the people in this country.” When Don screamed “No!” for the ninth time, he then said, “We’ll be right back” and cut to commercial. Is this an all-time CNN low? Watch below:

 

H/T conservative101.com

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