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Watch: CNN guest is not here for your bulls**t, gives best side-eye of 2016

You’ve probably felt a range of emotions during this presidential race. But nobody better sums up our feelings about Donald Trump than this woman.

On CNN Tonight late Tuesday after day two of the DNC, political commentator and analyst Angela Rye had to sit through fellow panelist Kayleigh McEnany ragging on Hillary Clinton and touting all of the “great things” Donald Trump has done.

History. Both striving for equality and knocking down barriors. Instead of building and emphazing fear they remind people of unity and courage. What affects our neighbours affects the rest of the world. In a time where the world needs to hear words of encouragement and upliftment, the president delivered. The 1st African American President with the future 1st lady president. Deep speech from the president tonight ❤. If you haven’t tuned in and watched it you should. Search it. Youtube it, google it. The speechs from Michelle Obama, Bill Clinton, the soon to be vice president and tonight’s speech from the president himself. Something we should all feel deeply for and care about. 🇺🇸

@Regrann from @ve9an_lea - Don’t forget …. #CNN isn’t the only outlet that does this.. They have been doing this since before we realized . I think some tend to forget or act as if they don’t see the truth right in their faces . #amberlyon #foxnews #goodmorningamerica #trump #Hillary #Obama #bush #2016presidentialelection #government #corrupt #propaganda #lies #falseflags #amberlyon #2013 #Regrann

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@Regrann from @cnnpolitics - President Barack #Obama is joined by #HillaryClinton after his address to the Democratic National Convention.
During his speech, Obama said America is already great and does not need some “self-declared savior” like #DonaldTrump to fix it, as he told Americans he sees Clinton as the only one fit to succeed him.
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So, we define folks by their parents now or does this only apply to innocent victims of murderous cops?  I mean, I don’t see the press interjecting little clauses about other folks’ parents such as:

  • Dylan McDermott: stepfather murdered his mother. 
  • Hayden Panettiere: father beats her mother.  Beats, not past tense.  The most public incident was at one of Eva Longoria’s restaurants after which he was put on probation. 
  • Leighton Meester: parents were both federal convicts for their part in a drug smuggling ring.  She was born while her mother was serving her sentence and spent the first 3 months of her life in a halfway house where her mother was allowed to nurse before going back to prison.
  • Drew Barrymore: father was a drug-addicted alcoholic who beat her mother. 
  • Woody Harrelson: father was a hitman who was tried, convicted, and served his sentence…and then continued to carry out hits for cash after he was released.  So he was tried, convicted, and imprisoned again.
  • Tobey Maguire:  father robbed a bank across the street from where the family lived.

For that matter, I don’t even see the press defining anyone by the crimes they themselves committed, such as:

  • Jonathan Rhys Meyers: arrested in 2005 after he abused his 18-year-old girlfriend.  He was 27 at the time. 
  • Tim Allen: served over two years in prison for posession of cocaine back in the 70s.  A white man went to prison for cocaine so you know he had a lot. 
  • Matthew Broderick: drove on the wrong side of the road in Ireland and killed someone.  His fine was $175. 
  • Josh Brolin: arrested for beating up then-wife Diane Lane ten years ago.
  • Mark Wahlberg: beat two Vietnamese men in a racist attack so brutal that one of them is still blind in one eye.  He sought to have his record expunged a couple of years ago so he could apply for a liquor license for his new restaurant.

But CNN would like us to never forget that Freddie Gray’s mother was an addict who couldn’t read because that is just so completely relevant to the fact that he was murdered by the police.  Oh ok.