Remember when President Trump wanted to build a wall?
And do you remember everything we kept hearing from the Crooked Media and the Crooked Democrats?
Walls don't work.
Walls are immoral.
Walls are racist.
I guess they forgot about ladders.
Yup, I remember it all.
All the mocking.
All the self-righteous shaming.
So I just couldn't help but have a huge belly laugh when I saw CNN erecting a make-shift wall/fence/barrier outside their headquarters to keep the rioters out.
What's the problem CNN?
They're just peaceful protestors.
What are you worried about?
Are you racist?
You do know a wall won't work, right?
It's probably because they know walls DO work and they didn't want THIS violence coming into their headquarters building (imagine that):
Liberals always want to be so tolerant and welcoming....just not in THEIR actual homes or places of work.
They want it for your home and your place of work for sure.
But not theirs.
Enter: CNN walls.
Yup, guess they didn't want this bursting into their lobby in their pretty little building:
So they built a wall:
And ever since they have been mercilessly and justifiably mocked online for the abject hypocrisy:
Of course they want to call it a "fence":
Here's more from the Daily Caller:
CNN put up a fence around its headquarters in Atlanta on Friday amid ongoing “Black Lives Matter” protests.
Demonstrations continued outside the Georgia state capitol Friday over the death of Rayshard Brooks, who was fatally shot June 12 in Atlanta by a police officer after running away with the officer’s taser. Photos posted by Townhall reporter Julio Rosas show CNN’s nearby headquarters surrounded by the new barrier following damage from an earlier protest that turned into a riot.
The building was attacked by rioters in late May, with the damage including a number of broken glass windows and spray paint on the CNN logo. A video showed the crowd cheering as people threw objects at the windows.
Nationwide protests and riots erupted after the death of George Floyd, a black man who died May 25 after Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin kneeled on his neck for more than eight minutes. Peaceful demonstrations turned into riots in many cities, and the situation has escalated in Atlanta following Brooks’ death.