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CNN’s Acosta: ‘You Have to Wonder’ if Trump Rallies This Summer Will Lead to Riots Like 1/6

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June 19th 2021, 4:51 am
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CNN correspondent Jim Acosta said Friday on “The Situation Room” that if former President Donald Trump does political rallies this summer, “you have to wonder” if there will be riots like January 6 at the U.S. Capitol.

Anchor Wolf Blitzer said, “How incredible is it to see some of these Republicans actually going along with all these conspiracies?”

Acosta said, “They’re living in a different world. They’re in the Q-niverse, I guess you could call it. It’s important to note at the beginning of January 6, some of these same Republicans were blaming it on Antifa. Now they’re blaming it on members of the FBI. You have to wonder who’s next?”

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