The Mueller report not living up to a Democrat narrative that the media helped pushed for more than two years has people spinning like the wind to find other angles. One such approach is to take aim at something Sarah Sanders told the media about the firing of James Comey, and reporter April Ryan is calling for firings at the White House, using violent rhetoric to do so (or rhetoric she might consider violent if a Republican used it):

It’s time for some heads to be rhetorically “lopped off” via firings at the White House, Ryan said on CNN, as quoted by Newsbusters:

“Not only does she not have credibility, she lied. She out and out lied,” she declared as emotion welled up in her voice. “And the people, the American people can’t trust her. They can’t trust what’s said from the President’s mouthpiece-spokesperson from the people’s house. Therefore, she should be let go. She should be fired, end of story.”

Things got very dark as Ryan rhetorically suggested that since there was “a lack of credibility there, you have to start and start lopping the heads off.” She added: “It’s fire me Thursday or fire me Good Friday. She needs to go.”

Sanders’ father, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, called for Ryan’s press credentials to be yanked:

And just like that, Ryan was on the defensive in a most ironic way while letting Huckabee know he wouldn’t go to heaven:

And finally, Ryan warned Huckabee that she better not get any backlash to her backlash:

Wow, that’s something:

Apparently the acceptability of incitement depends on who’s doing the inciting:


Self-awareness for some in the media comes quite hard.