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Republican Rep Eviscerates CNN Anchor Blaming Trump For New Zealand Massacre

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CNN anchor John Berman desperately attempted to tie President Donald Trump to the tragic New Zealand mosque massacre all morning Friday.

But when he met with Republican Rep. Adam Kinzinger took the anchor to school when he did it in front of him.

“I have a question. Does God need to change people’s language? And I ask you that, because this killer apparently in a screed, some people call it a manifesto, said he’s a supporter of President Trump as a symbol of white identity,” Berman said.

“Why would anyone see the president as a symbol of white identity,” he said as a rhetorical question meant to pin it on President Trump.

“I think God needs to change people’s hearts and I bet he does.” he said. “He needs to change their language. You cannot put this on President Trump.”

“I’m not putting this on President Trump. There is a one man who pulled the trigger here,” Berman said.

“The person who is giving a sign of allegiance to President Trump is the killer here,” he said as he continued to blame Trump.


“He called him a symbol of white identity. The language he uses in this manifesto is all about invaders,” Berman said.

“It is all about invaders, which is similar language to the killer at the synagogue in Pittsburgh and language President Trump used in a campaign ad before the midterm election,” he said.

“The word invader means something to white supremacists around the world. Why?” the anchor said.

“We can’t sit here and say, ‘What is it that President Trump is doing that is somehow triggering these people?’” Kinzinger said.

“This is an evil man who made a decision to murder 49 people and that is on him and, frankly, the evil in his heart,” he said.

But Berman followed the CNN line since the shooting and continued to attempt to blame President Trump for the attack.

“If this monster is hearing something in the word invader and the president is using the word invader, can the president really not do anything,” he said.

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