WATCH THIS: CNN Reporter EXPLODES At Press Secretary Sarah Sanders: “Don’t You Have Any Empathy?!”

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CNN contributor Brian Karem yelled at White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders during a briefing about the practice of separating immigrant children from their families as a deterrent.

“Our administration has had the same position since we started on day one, that we were going to enforce the law,” Sanders told reporters, unfazed. “I know it was something that wasn’t high on the priority list in the previous administration but it is on ours.”

“We’re a country of law and order and we’re enforcing the law and protecting our borders. We would like to fix these loopholes and if Democrats want to get serious about it instead of playing political games, they’re welcome to come here and sit down with the president and actually do something about it,” she added.

That’s when Karem jumped in.

“Don’t you have any empathy? Come on, Sarah. You’re a parent. Don’t you have any empathy for what these people are going through?” he pressed, his voice raised. “They have less than you do. Sarah, come on, seriously.”

“Settle down. I’m trying to be serious but I’m not going to have you yell out of turn,” Sanders replied.

“These people have nothing,” he persisted.

“I know you want to get some more TV time but that’s not what this is about,” Sanders said.

“Honestly, answer the question,” Karem insisted. “It’s a serious question. They have nothing, they come to the border with nothing, and they throw children in cages. You’re a parent. You’re a parent of young children. Don’t you have any empathy for what they go through?”

(Source: MediaIte)




4 COMMENTS

  1. Typical MSM, misrepresenting everything possible. This fool is all about TV time. May all supporters of this ideology be deported and sent to the countries where they feel they will get a better shake. What a disgrace.

  2. So about 1 billion people in China, hundreds of millions in Russia, ditto in Africa,, have less than the people from Mexico. So under that criteria, all of those billions should get priority over Mexicans.

  3. I should clarify my point. Improving the lives of the maximum number of people can only be achieved by having them take control of their own countries and improving them. It is not like they are a persecuted small minority seeking refuge. These people “are” their country. So why would any country people who do not care to improve their own country and just want to flee?