‘When we become a nation of bullies and the bullied, don’t be surprised if the Bully-in-Chief makes a comeback’
"申し訳ありません, you can’t listen to what he just said about Haitian migrants and say it’s not evil,」 CNN anchor said on his weekend show.
“So we have hundreds of thousands of people flowing in from haiti“>ハイチ. Haiti has a tremendous Aids problem. Aids is a step beyond. Aids is a real bad problem.”
Acosta pointed out the statement was incorrect, with Aids rates in Haiti having declined steeply in the last 15 years after a targeted United Nations programme in the country.
Mr Trump’s “bullying” and “lies” were having a broader impact on the national discourse, Acosta added, with many of his supporters feeling emboldened to threaten people they disagreed with.
“When we become a nation of bullies and the bullied, don’t be surprised if the Bully-in-Chief makes a comeback," 彼は言った.
Bannon sounds like he wants to pull a “Thelma & ルイーズ” with the MyPillow guy. My thoughts on Trump’s bullies trying to get off scot-free. http://t.co/lFWtuTh79Z
— Jim Acosta (@Acosta) 10月 9, 2021
He asked whether Republican lawmakers such as Senator Chuck Grassley of Iowa could “feel the darkness of his soul” when they stand beside the former president at his rallies.
“It feels cold doesn’t it.”
He also called out former Trump acolytes such as Steve Bannon for their support of the “Big Lie” that the election was stolen.
“If the bullies and their enablers can continue to gaslight us with their lies about horse paste and bamboo ballots, then no wonder the Bully-in-Chief is plotting his comeback.”
Jim Acosta called Trump rally “twisted and evil,” and Steve Bannon “batshit crazy.”
Give that man a Pulitzer.
— Duty To Warn 🔉 (@duty2warn) 10月 10, 2021
His comments caused a stir on social media, drawing some positive feedback.
“Give that man a Pulitzer,」ある人が書いた.
According to the UNAIDS, 150,000 Haitians are living with HIV out of a population of more than 10 million or around 2 パーセント.