That's RICH! CNN's Zoom Masturbator Demands 'Accountability' For January 6th
Jeffery Toobin, also known as CNN's Zoom masturbator had the nerve to demand accountability for anyone he claims was involved with the January 6th riot at the Capitol. The liberal media machine continues to drum up outrage despite some 600 indictments currently being pursued in relation to the riot.
I find it particularly ironic that Toobin, of all people, would demand accountability when he wasn't held accountable for his action at all. Toobin was reportedly caught masturbating on a Zoom call with colleagues. He was off air for a short while and CNN brought him back like nothing happened.
A creepy Toobin barked, "we will hold people at any level, the people accountable at any level, and that means the people who organize, paid for, planned the riot that took place at the Capitol. That's a promise, we’ll see whether they have the evidence to make it real"
What he, and the rest of the media spinsters are really saying is that holding the people who were actually present in the riot accountable isn't good enough. The lefts wants to use the trials to remove members of Congress who are standing in the way of Biden's 'build back better' scheme. They want to pin the riot on Trump and the disagreeable GOP members of Congress as Toobin goes on to explain.
JEFFREY TOOBIN: I think if you missed the speech, I can sum it up in three words, please be patient. That was the argument in January, about January 6th that Garland made, and like Andy, I definitely, the phrase that jumped out at me was we will hold people at any level, the people accountable at any level, and that means the people who organize, paid for, planned the riot that took place at the Capitol. That's a promise, we’ll see whether they have the evidence to make it real. I have to say there's another thing that jumped out at me where he said, well, this isn't just one political party. Really? I–I, there’s only one political party that I'm aware of, the Republican Party that's been leading the effort to undermine the rule of law and to undermine the right to vote, and I thought, you know, in this effort to seem bipartisan he engaged in some bogus both sider-ism when it's really only one political party in this country that's trying to limit the right to vote and only one political party that’s been defending the people who rioted on January 6th.
VICTOR BLACKWELL: Dana, what stood out to you?
DANA BASH: Yeah, I hear what Jeffrey is saying. But in that context, when he was talking about the violence that is out there, he actually seemed to get, you know, a little emotional, and we talked about the federal judge who had somebody come to her house and kill her son, and severely injure her husband. Just about the broadly, the violence and threats of violence that are going on across the country, and I mean, if I were to put into laymen's terms what he was trying to do, we need to take a national chill pill. People need to somehow, someway calm down. We as the law enforcement, the chief law enforcement officer effectively of this country, we're going to do our best and we’re going to prosecute. But this is a societal issue that we need to address. And it was extraordinary to hear the Attorney General of the United States make that kind of speech as you were saying, Victor, and Alisyn, that we thought was really going to be focused on January 6th, trying to explain himself, trying to defend himself, and the Justice Department, he took it much more broad and much more pointed at society than I don't think-I-certainly I didn't expect.