Leftist Golden Boy Don Lemon Throws Temper Tantrum After His CNN Copycat Show Gets Canceled

Former CNN host Don Lemon, best known for spreading anti-Trump propaganda on behalf of the Democratic party, threw a fit after his new show on X was canceled before the first episode even aired!

After being fired by CNN because his ratings took a nosedive, Lemon attempted to take a page out of Tucker Carlson’s book by starting his own show on X, “The Don Lemon Show.”

However, there’s one big problem – he’s not Tucker Carlson.

X owner Elon Musk sat for an interview on Lemon’s new show and quickly realized that the former the leftist host had every intention of just using this to spew more Democrat propaganda, so he canceled X’s partnership with Lemon.

 

“His approach was basically just “CNN, but on social media,” which doesn’t work, as evidenced by the fact that CNN is dying,” Musk said.

He added, “instead of it being the real Don Lemon, it was really just Jeff Zucker talking through Don, so lacked authenticity,” Musk said. “All this said, Lemon/Zucker are of course welcome to build their viewership on this platform along with everyone else.”

Lemon, furious that Musk had refused to sponsor his efforts to act as a mouthpiece for the DNC, threatened to take legal action against Musk and X though there’s not much he can really do.

The reality is Lemon got his feelings hurt by the fact that Musk called him out for being nothing more than a left-wing mouthpiece!

Watch the video here to see Don Lemon get canceled – again!


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