CNN found out the hard way that the people of Texas speak for the rest of America.
They hate them.
After emerging from their smug, elite bubble and hitting the road in Texas to cover Hurricane Harvey, CNN discovered that Texas and America really, really hate them.
The bubble is real. The bubble explains so much. You need not live in DC or New York or Los Angeles to be bubbled. Out here in the wilds of North Carolina, you can still lose touch. Just stay online, watch cable news and monitor Twitter. This will completely warp your view of the way things really are.
I know this because it has happened to me. But never, not once, have I ever been so bubbled that I was unaware of just how much America freakin’ hates CNN. With that in mind, try to imagine just how out-of-touch CNN correspondent Nick Valencia is:
I just walked on the tarmac to cover @realDonaldTrump' visit to Corpus and was heckled by a crowd shouting derogatory things. Unbelievable.
— Nick Valencia (@CNNValencia) August 29, 2017
Awwww, is the little CNN snowflake gunna cry now?
What exactly did Valencia expect to find in, of all places, TEXAS?
Good heavens, he works for a hate network devoted to destroying everything most Texans stand for, live for, believe in and cherish: faith, family and freedom.
The last place-CNN has never even tried to disguise its unbridled hate for all things southern and Texan. CNN’s cultural supremacists are constantly smearing Christians and conservatives and southerners as backwards bigots. And everyone knows that the only reason CNN is even paying attention to a natural disaster in a Red State is in the hopes that the president they are hoping to oust through fake news will do something the leftwing network can turn into a “Katrina moment.”
Let me put it this way, Nick…
Texans don’t hate CNN.
Texans are hating CNN back.
There’s a difference.
You started it.
You built that.