Why does CNN have Rick "Blah People" Santorum on a panel discussing the topic of racism in the first place?
Rick Santorum is rightly mocked by his fellow panel members on CNN's State of the Union when he lamely tries to defend Trump's racist remarks about the four freshman Congresswomen of color.
Rick Santorum is mocked by the rest of the political panel on CNN's State of the Union for pretending Trump would never do something he already did and said he'd do again.
Democratic strategist Karen Finney on Sunday called out Republican pundit Scott Jennings after he suggested that abortion is linked to racism.
Tara Setmayer used to be Dana Rohrabacher's press secretary. Now she's a former staffer married to a federal employee furloughed for 33 days. She has no use for Trump's grandstanding.
Trump apologist Rick Santorum attempted the old "I'm rubber, you're glue" defense to cover for Trump's race baiting on CNN's State of the Union.
More projection from Trump apologist Rick Santorum on CNN's State of the Union.
He's only an expert at kissing up to both the sexual predators at Fox "News" and the Groper-in-Chief. So why would anyone ask Kilmeade to be on a panel discussing Mueller?
Matthew Dowd on ABC's This Week: The Republican Party as we know it, the party of Ronald Reagan, the party of George W. Bush, is gone. The party now is the Donald Trump party. Eighty percent or 85 percent of the Republican voters, regardless of what the Republicans say in Washington that walk around the halls of the Capitol Hill and say what they think the Republican Party is, that party is long gone.
ABC's This Week allowed Trump sycophant, Fox & Friends host Brian Kilmeade to blow up the panel segment with lies so bad even both-siderist Bush-apologist Matthew Dowd couldn't take it.
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