CNN’S Cabrera Conspires With Michigan’s AG to SLIME Trump for Terror Plot

On Saturday night’s CNN Newsroom, host Ana Cabrera collaborated with Michigan’s Democratic Attorney General Dana Nessel to forward insane conspiracies about President Trump inspiring the attempted kidnapping of Michigan’s Democratic Governor Gretchen Whitmer. Seemingly forgetting that some of the would-be kidnappers have expressed sentiments that are decidedly not right-wing, Cabrera stood by as Nessel declared “I know it is” Trump who inspired the kidnappers.

Cabrera and Nessel began the segment with typical media and Democratic fearmongering over Trump rallies:

CABRERA: The President, as we just mentioned, will soon be rallying supporters in your state. Do you have any concerns? 

NESSEL: I have nothing but concerns, and we had the largest number of new COVID cases just in the last week as we’ve had since the beginning of the pandemic. And this president has done what he always does, which is to care more about himself than he cares about the residents of our state or frankly any state in the nation. It’s totally irresponsible, and it shows that he does not care about the safety or the welfare of the people of our state. 

Does Cabrera “have any concerns” about the massive women’s marches happening today across the U.S.? But wait, the media has established that COVID is woke and only spreads at Trump rallies.

Cabrera then encouraged Nessel to enter into tin-foil hat territory by blaming Trump’s tweets for the kidnapping attempt:

CABRERA: Attorney General, do you believe President Trump’s rhetoric, like that liberate Michigan tweet is partly to blame? Is partly responsible? 

NESSEL: I know it is. All you have to do is look at the evidence in the case. I mean, every time the — the President makes a remark about our governor and calls her a dictator when she’s doing nothing more than trying to save lives of people in our state, over 7,000 Michiganders have died of COVID-19 since the pandemic began. Every time he does that, instead of supporting her efforts to protect our state residents, he engages and — and attains a traction for these individuals who want to do harm to our state elected officials, to our law enforcement officials, and of course to the governor. And if you look at where a lot of these individuals who sought to do harm to the governor, the 14 individuals, six of them charged in federal court, eight of them charged by my office, many of them met at these same rallies that were in protest of her orders that were trying to save people’s lives here and I find it to be absolutely despicable. I agree with the words of Joe Biden and I look forward to having a commander in chief that tries his hardest to support those in our nation instead of trying to cause civil unrest and anarchy, which is exactly what he’s done. 

If Cabrera was an actual journalist and not a Democratic hack, she would have pushed back against Nessel’s insane claims with the fact that several members of the group were far from being right-wingers. One member of the group is a self-professed anarchist who has described Trump as a “tyrant” on social media. Another member of the group has expressed anti-police sentiments and attended a BLM protest this summer in support of it.

CNN continues to show its love for spreading insane Democratic conspiracy theories about Trump.

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Read the full October 17th transcript here:

CNN Newsroom

10/17/20

5:05:09 PM

ANA CABRERA: With us now is the Michigan Attorney General, Dana Nessel, and those comments are just the latest attack from the President on your state’s governor, who was the subject of an alleged domestic terror kidnapping plot. Governor Whitmer specifically pointed to President Trump’s rhetoric in her response to this alleged plot. The President, as we just mentioned, will soon be rallying supporters in your state. Do you have any concerns? 

ATTORNEY GENERAL DANA NESSEL (D-MI): I have nothing but concerns, and we had the largest number of new COVID cases just in the last week as we’ve had since the beginning of the pandemic. And this president has done what he always does, which is to care more about himself than he cares about the residents of our state or frankly any state in the nation. It’s totally irresponsible, and it shows that he does not care about the safety or the welfare of the people of our state. 

CABRERA: Regarding the threat to the Michigan governor, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden said this at an event yesterday. 

(Cuts to video)

JOE BIDEN: Planning to blow up a bridge on American soil to threaten the lives of police officers, to kidnap an elected leader, and now we’re finding out the same thing was happening in Virginia. You know, it’s the sort of behavior you might expect from ISIS, and it shouldn’t shock the conscience of every American, every American, and the failure to condemn these folks is stunning. From the outset, when the President tweeted, liberate Michigan. Liberate Michigan, that’s the call that was heard. That was the dog whistle. 

(Cuts to live)

CABRERA: Attorney General, do you believe President Trump’s rhetoric, like that liberate Michigan tweet is partly to blame? Is partly responsible? 

NESSEL: I know it is. All you have to do is look at the evidence in the case. I mean, every time the — the President makes a remark about our governor and calls her a dictator when she’s doing nothing more than trying to save lives of people in our state, over 7,000 Michiganders have died of COVID-19 since the pandemic began. Every time he does that, instead of supporting her efforts to protect our state residents, he engages and — and attains a traction for these individuals who want to do harm to our state elected officials, to our law enforcement officials, and of course to the governor. And if you look at where a lot of these individuals who sought to do harm to the governor, the 14 individuals, six of them charged in federal court, eight of them charged by my office, many of them met at these same rallies that were in protest of her orders that were trying to save people’s lives here and I find it to be absolutely despicable. I agree with the words of Joe Biden and I look forward to having a commander in chief that tries his hardest to support those in our nation instead of trying to cause civil unrest and anarchy, which is exactly what he’s done. 

CABRERA: Your office has charged an additional person in this alleged plot to kidnap governor Whitmer that happened this week, this additional suspect was charged with material support of an act of terrorism. Do you expect more charges to be filed? 

NESSEL: I will say that anything is possible. Our investigation continues. And I think it’s very important that bad actors out there that are engaged in this kind of activity, this kind of behavior, understand that whether it is the federal authorities or the state authorities, that we are watching out for this kind of conduct and that people are going to be held accountable if it occurs. I just — I find it so unbelievable that even knowing that the governor was in jeopardy, and other public officials as well, that the President would continue on this diatribe instead of being supportive of people in positions of authority who, again, are trying to save the lives of people in our state. And I can only imagine that this super spreader event is only going to add to the loss of lives that we have here, and I look forward to having a president in January that actually cares about saving people’s lives again instead of risking their lives. 

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