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CNN Goes Off on a Sh*thole Sh*tstorm: Mentions ‘Sh*thole’ at least 36 Times in One Night (Video) | CENSORED.TODAY

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CNN Goes Off on a Sh*thole Sh*tstorm: Mentions “Sh*thole” at least 36 Times in One Night (Video)

On Thursday afternoon President Donald Trump asked a group of pro-amnesty senators why the US should welcome migrants from “sh*tholes” like Haiti, Central America or African nations.

It was a good question.

But Democrats, liberal media and global community were outraged that the president would use such an offensive term to describe the global community’s failed states.

CNN took it especially hard.

The hosts and contributors on CNN went on a sh*thole sh*tstorm last night.

The word “sh*thole” was mentioned at least 36 times on CNN on Thursday.

Via the great Mark Dice: