CNN Clown Claims He Was “Literally Shaking” When This GOP Candidate Discussed the Great Replacement Theory

Van Jones, the CNN pundit who has made a reputation for being one of the serial propagandists the network has to offer, claims to have been triggered by what he claimed was one Republican presidential candidate’s attempt to spread “Nazi propaganda.”

Following the fourth GOP debate, Jones claimed that he was left “literally shaking” after Vivek Ramaswamy discussed the “Great Replacement,” a Democrat plan to replace White American voters who have soured on the Democrat party with illegal immigrants who are indebted to the DNC and would have to vote for them.

During the debate Ramaswamy said that “the Great Replacement theory is not some grand right-wing conspiracy theory, but a basic statement of the Democratic Party’s platform.”

Jones cried about Ramaswamy’s effort to expose what the left is doing while on the mainstage, with the CNN talking head claiming anti-illegal immigration rhetoric is “very dangerous” and accusing Ramaswamy of peddling “right-wing Nazi propaganda.”

 

That’s pretty rich coming from Jones who has become a mainstay on the fake news network thanks to his uncanny ability to spread REAL propaganda!

Jones goes on to claim that Ramaswamy – who is Indian-American – is “dangerous” because he is suggesting that “people of color are so stupid that they will fill out the ranks for some Democratic Party agenda.”

The CNN pundit carried on to claim that Ramaswamy is a “very, very despicable person” adding that he was “shaking listening to him talk.”

Watch the video here to see this CNN propagandist in action.


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