As CNN attempts to appeal to the left by using imaginary beings like Elmo to make political points, they show us just how rational they are and how far they've developed emotionally.
They have sunk to the bottom of the toilet this time when they used the popular Sesame Street character as a propaganda tool against the president's travel ban.
Popular "Sesame Street" character Elmo sympathized with refugee kids in an interview Monday with CNN, remarking that they are just like kids in America.
Elmo was part of a panel including CNN reporter Clarissa Ward, Sherrie Westin from Sesame Workshop, and David Miliband from the International Rescue Committee.
"Did you find that the Syrian little girls and little boys were a lot like your friends here in America?" Ward asked Elmo.
"Yeah, they really were," said the "Sesame Street" character. "It was very interesting because they like to play and learn just like Elmo and all of his friends at Sesame Street."So now it was time to attack President Trump and the travel ban:
Miliband also addressed the US Supreme Court's decision to uphold parts of Donald Trump's controversial travel ban and the President's stance on refugees.
"It's worth saying, perhaps especially today, that this country, the US, receives very few refugees and there's a lot of fear and loathing being put out." [Hunter Thompson is rolling in his grave].Naturally, there was absolutely no explanation in the 15-minute segment by CNN about the ban's purpose which is to improve the vetting procedures for refugees coming from terror spawning countries, that is, countries designated by the Obama administration as particularly dangerous when it comes to seeding refugees with terrorists.
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That is, the temporary pause is meant to keep "Sesame Street" watchers of all ages, even liberals with poor reality-testing skills, safe from the Islamic threats that Europe and Scandinavia are dealing with on a daily basis.
Neither Elmo nor CNN mentioned that many of these refugees from those countries would rather stay in their own country and would prefer America's refugee plan to stabilize the region or create safe zones.
Elmo and CNN both forgot to mention the trauma associated with separating children from their family, or the terror risk associated with bringing these refugee kids over with adult family members.
The CNN propaganda was obviously meant to blackmail American children and get them to view President Trump as a monster, and not of the cookie-eating kind, who hates children.
Just more evidence that CNN sucks more than a million Dyson vacuums.