CNN host Alisyn Camerota repeatedly tried to pressure Tree of Life Rabbi Jeffrey Myers into blaming President Trump for Saturday’s deadly massacre but ended up failing miserably.

Camerota first tried to bait Myers by asking him if he blamed anyone “beyond the gunman” for the shooting, which claimed the lives of 11 congregants.

“I don’t really foist blame upon any person,” Myers said. “Hate does not know religion, race, creed, political party. It’s not a political issue in any way, shape, or form. Hate does not know any of those things.”

Not content with Myers refusing to allow her to politicize the tragedy, Camerota asked “What lights the match of hate?”

“I think you’re raising one of those great questions that people far smarter than I can answer,” Myers responded. “I do recall this: if we look in the Bible after the story of the flood and Noah, God regretfully says to Noah, ‘I have learned that man from his youth is prone to evil,’ which is, you would think, a horrific thing for God to tell us.”

“The message I get from that is, yes, there is the possibility of hate in all people. But there is also the possibility of good,” the rabbi added.

Refusing to relinquish her Trump Derangement Syndrome, Camerota again attempted to push Myers into denouncing the president by asking if Trump would be welcome in his synagogue after the shooting.

“The President of the United States is always welcome. I am a citizen, he is my president,” Myers replied. “He is always welcome.”

This interview again underscores the fact that CNN is not an impartial network that reports on the news, it tries to invent the news by dressing up partisan hackery as neutral content.

Respondents on Twitter chided Camerota for her transparently bias interview style.


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Paul Joseph Watson is the editor at large of and Prison

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