CNN’s Fareed Zakaria Hails Trump Assassination Play As “Masterpiece”…

CNN's Fareed Zakaria LITERALLY just went on TWITTER and ENDORSED a play WHICH Depicts the Assassination of the PRESIDENT


The horrific people over at CNN are now praising a play which actually depicts the assassination of the current President of the United States.

The first CNN host to advocate for and praise this play was CNN’s muslim personality Fareed Zakaria, who actually branded the play on Twitter as a “masterpiece.”

Video of Trump ‘assassination’ just in case you missed it:

Via The Daily Wire:

CNN serial plagiarist Fareed Zakaria went to see a production of Julius Cesar in New York’s Central Park, a play that we now know depicts the gruesome assassination of President Trump. Nothing wrong with that. Zakaria might not have known what he was in for. But after it was over, Zakaria so enjoyed the bloody spectacle, was so enthused, he declared the play a “masterpiece” and publicly recommended it to others.

“If you’re in NYC, go see Julius Caesar, free in Central Park,” Zakaria tweeted 13 days ago, “brilliantly interpreted for Trump era. A masterpiece[.]”

Last week The Daily Wire broke the news that Zakaria’s employer, Time-Warner, parent company of CNN, is one of the sponsors of Trump’s nightly assassination.

And if you are wondering what exactly it is that a prestigious CNN star and anchor is praising as a “masterpiece” and is eager for others to see, here is video — and yes, it is as bad as you thought:

Already two high-profile sponsors have dumped their sponsorship of this assassination porn, Delta Airlines and Bank of America. As of this writing, though, most (including American Express and New York Magazine ) continue to stand by the idea that it is acceptable to stab the American president to death every night on stage.

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Many Liberal publications such as the New York Times have praised the play.

The NY Times even released a statement reinstating their support for the theatre and it’s “assassinate the President” play.

“We have sponsored Shakespeare in the Park for 20 years. As an institution that believes in free speech for the arts as well as the media, we support the right of the Public Theater to stage the production as they chose.”

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