CNN correspondent Martin Savidge recently visited Iowa to speak with supporters of President Donald Trump, and those supporters ripped apart the false narratives the network has pushed since before the 2016 presidential election.
Savidge interviewed two white males, a black man and a white female from Cedar Rapids.
None of the people on the panel had problems with Trump or how he was running the country.
One man said Trump was “exactly what I voted for,” adding that he wanted change from the last eight years.
When it came to the so-called “Russia investigation,” everyone on the panel felt it was — as Van Jones so eloquently put it — a “nothing burger.” One man called the investigation a “political witch hunt” and another said it was a “disgrace.”
They don’t believe the investigation because they don’t believe the investigators, Savidge noted.
When asked whether they had faith in the FBI, one man answered, “Hell no. No, absolutely not.”
Boy, you can say that again.
The group also saw nothing wrong with the president questioning the allegiance of Justice Department officials.
In addition, none of the members believe Trump had attempted to derail the Russia investigation.
Take a look at the interview below:
The members also thought that Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller’s investigation should run its course, believing that at the end of the day, the truth would prevail.
“It’s pretty clear from that conversation and from others that I’ve had with Trump voters that many of them believe the Russia investigation is nothing more than a political scheme, that was fabricated and now is being perpetuated by Democrats and others who simply can’t accept the fact that Donald Trump is president,” Savidge concluded.
CNN certainly didn’t think this one through. If they were hoping to find that Trump supporters had lost faith in their president, they were sorely mistaken. Instead, what CNN discovered was that Trump supporters still back the man they voted into the White House, despite the left’s attempts to besmirch his reputation.
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