As we told you earlier today, a video of President Trump from last May is circulating under the guise that he referred to all asylum seekers as “animals” and has been fact-checked as false (Trump was referring to MS-13 gang members), but Dan Rather isn’t about to let that deter him from spreading the fake news:
The President likening human beings to animals is despicable. I've seen this playbook before, words weaponized into bloodshed. His sneering rhetoric must be denounced. All who remain silent stand on the side of an insidious and dangerous scapegoating of our fellow human beings.
— Dan Rather (@DanRather) April 6, 2019
A lecture about weaponizing words is beyond rich coming from Dan Rather:
— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) April 6, 2019
He was talking about murderous gang members, but you already knew that, didn’t you Dan? #MS13
— Christie (@RepRepublic) April 6, 2019
For some reason we’re guessing Rather already knew that, which would make it even more shameless, especially for somebody who describes himself as a “journalist.”
— Vintageport (@vintageport014) April 6, 2019
Dan ended up losing his job over those words that were weaponized in an effort to sway the 2004 election.