CNN Analyst Goes On Racial-Slur-Filled Rant About Trump’s ‘Sh*thole’ Comment

Ashley (Kimber)

People are LOSING THEIR MINDS over this “sh*thole comment.”

Surely you’ve heard all about it by now, but if not you can catch up here.

Since then, President Trump has tweeted that those were NOT the words he used… but it won’t make a difference.

People are totally losing it.

Philip Mudd, former deputy director of the CIA’s Counterterrorism Center and current CNN counterterrorism analyst was on Don Lemon’s show, and went on a heated, expletive-filled rant about the comments.

“A white honkey from Norway can come here, but a black dude from Haiti can’t. What does that tell you in an America that in one generation called you a n*gger? What does that tell you, Don?

I can tell you what that tells a honkey like me. We’re no different than we were a generation ago, and were learning the same lessons that we learned when we called a Chinese man a ‘slant-eye,’ when we called a man from Guatemala a ‘spic’ and a ‘wetback,’ and we called a black man a ‘n*gger.’ That’s what it tells me. We got a ways to learn.”

WHOOOOAAAA THERE. OK BUB.

I don’t know if this guy actually believes this, or if he’s just laying it on thick for CNN audiences.

As I mentioned before, I DO believe Haiti is a pretty abysmal place to live… and that has nothing to do with race.

Paul Joseph Watson explains it perfectly.

But never mind that. Mudd continues his FREAK OUT tour. He’s at it AGAAAAIIIN!

“Cover your ears, Wolf, because I’m gonna give you a reaction and it’s personal,” Mudd started. “I’m a proud sh*tholer.

My family was called ‘WOPs’ and ‘mackerel eaters.’ We came from Italians and Irish who were regarded as people from shithole countries. A century ago we called people ‘slant-eyes,’ Chinese immigrants that we’re now ashamed of speaking about in those terms because they came from a sh*thole country and now they’re a backbone of this country. In the 1940s, we called people ‘traitors’ because they came from a sh*thole country called Japan, and we’re ashamed. We called people who fled from conflict in Central America ‘spics’ and ‘wetbacks,’ and we’re ashamed.

The president is growing this country on the backbone of bigotry that comes from when I saw my family called ‘spics,’ ‘WOPs,’ and ‘mackerel eaters.’ We should be ashamed. We’ve learned too many lessons, and history will tell you that if you don’t read history, you’ll repeat ’em. That’s what our president did for us today. I am not proud.”

Ok. If this guy legitimately can’t tell the difference between that, and what Trump MIGHT have said (he denies it) then there’s really no use, is there?

I’m so tired of all of this. It’s one thing after the next.