CNN: "The Idea Of 'Preserving Heritage' Taps Into Historically Dark Times," "Sounds A Lot Like" HitlerChris Menahan
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The idea of Americans "preserving" their "heritage" is evil in itself, according to CNN host Ana Cabrera and CNN analyst Samantha Vinograd.
From the Free Beacon:
In response to Trump's speech, CNN host Ana Cabrera played a few clips and asked the panel to respond.
Cabrera said "preserving our heritage" taps into darker times in U.S. history and that it could pose a national security threat, prompting [CNN analyst Samantha Vinograd], who served multiple roles in the Obama administration, to say Trump's speech made her "sick."It's our duty to die, folks!
I know many of our ancestors built the greatest country in the history of the world which families like Cabrera's and Vinograd's moved to for a better life, but now we have to give it all up because they say we're bad people if we try to preserve our heritage!
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