Don Lemon of CNN wants the media to show Republicans as bad guys.
Lemon said on CNN's "New Day" that the GOP is becoming a bigger threat and told journalists not to mix the two groups together.
A gay activist who supports Jussie Smollett has asked journalists to admit that Republicans pose a threat to the United States.
Lemon thinks that Republicans are a threat to society and that Democrats need to say so. If Democrats don't see this as a problem for Americans and journalists, they aren't doing their jobs.
Lemon got in trouble for promoting fake news and CNN's left-wing propaganda. Judicial Watch's president, Tom Fitton, called CNN a "left-wing advocacy organization" because of Lemon's actions.
Tim Graham, the executive editor of NewsBusters, said that Don Lemon was wrong when he said that Republicans can't be treated like the Reagan party of 1987.
Graham thinks that CNN is no longer the news network that was moderately liberal in 1987.
Don Lemon and other CNN extremists are against a GOP like that of Ronald Reagan. They want to go on and on about Trump.
Pew found that 55% of the 12,000 journalists they polled thought that both sides should get the same amount of coverage.
Lemon was talking about Republicans who backed Trump after the Jan. 6 protests at the Capitol and the repeal of Roe v. Wade.
Lemon believes If a Republican is going to be on CNN, they have to answer these questions. They have to explain why they went on MSNBC. Lemon wanted to know why they were on ABC if they were.
Lemon says that Republicans shouldn't expect the media, their supporters, voters, or Americans, in general, to take care of them.
In June, Lemon said that reporters can't act like both sides are the same.
Lemon said that Republicans have become linked to extremists and wrote off opposition from the right.
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