The Mainstream Media wasted little time in using the death of Herman Cain to attack President Trump and accuse him of murder.
Just a few minutes after the death of the beloved businessman and conservative statesman, the Mainstream Media pounced.
April Ryan, one of the most vile and detestable people on CNN, accused President Trump of having “blood on his hands.”
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Her cohort, Ana Navarro, blasted Cain on Twitter.
“Herman Caín thought Covid was a hoax, scoffed at wearing a mask. Died of Covid.” Wow, what a heartfelt condolence. She then went after other conservatives who haven’t embraced abject fear during the plague,” Navarro wrote.
CNN’s Chris “Fredo” Cuomo suggested that Cain had died because he attended the president’s campaign rally in Tulsa.
“The virus is rapidly swallowing us. All colors, all stripes, all creeds. It just took a former presidential candidate, Herman Cain,” Cuomo told his viewers. “Yes, he supported the president. The president says he was a good friend of his. We wish his family well and we wish that he rest in peace and I wish this president have no peace until he thinks about what he’s exposing people to.”
Cuomo continued, “He didn’t even mention that Mr. Cain was at his rally among the mask-less masses right before he was diagnosed. Now, maybe he didn’t get it there. Sure as hell didn’t help.”
MSNBC host Joy Reid also jumped on the “Blame Trump” band wagon.
“Herman Cain has died, weeks after attending Donald Trump’s Tulsa rally, not wearing a mask,” she wrote on Twitter.