What one CNN host just said about Trump will stun you into silence

Fake news CNN is normally home base for viewers with Trump Derangement Syndrome.

After President Trump signed an executive order reforming police conduct in America liberals flipped on CNN expecting to hear hosts and guests rip the President to shreds.

But they had another thing coming because what this CNN host just said about Trump will stun you into silence.

In a Rose Garden event on Tuesday, President Trump signed an executive order that began the process of reforming police conduct.

The order incentivized departments across the country to ban chokeholds, put in place de-escalation tactics, and send social workers with police on calls handling drug and alcohol issues as well as involving suspects suffering from mental health problems.

On CNN, after the ceremony, contributor Van Jones praised the President’s action as an important first step and because the President was able to get law enforcement on board with the changes.

“The executive order is a good thing,” Jones said. “Mainly because you saw the support of law enforcement there. That gives you a sense of where the bottom is, where the floor is for reform, and that floor is higher than it has been. There is movement in the direction of a database for bad cops. We’ve never had a federal database for bad cops. That’s why these cops go all over the place doing bad stuff.”

This is not what viewers tune in to CNN to hear.

They expect hosts and guests to shout denunciations of President Trump and to smear as a liar and a racist at all times.

Van Jones’ praise of the President was a rare moment of intellectual honesty for a network best known for fake news and anti-Trump hysteria.

CNN President Jeff Zucker could not have been happy to hear it.

Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.