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Liberal Media Pundits Compare Trump Supporters to Cult Members

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Get ready for a barrage of venomous vitriol as the liberal media’s vendetta against Trump hits a crescendo. In a jaw-dropping tirade on CNN’s “Smerconish,” former NBC icon Bob Costas launches a scathing assault on not just the former president, but on his supporters as well. Labeling Trump as the epitome of disgrace and his followers as members of a “toxic cult,” Costas leaves no stone unturned in his mission to demonize the opposition. But the venom doesn’t stop there – with shocking predictions about President Biden’s future, Costas plunges even deeper into the abyss of biased punditry. Let’s break this down and unravel the agenda behind this latest anti-MAGA insult.

The media tentacles of the Trump resistance have been fully activated - the most recent example being former NBC sportscaster Bob Costas, who appeared on CNN's "Smerconish" to slam the former president.

Michael Smerconish, Bob Costas

Trump "is by far the most disgraceful figure in modern presidential history" who "has a bubbling cauldron of loathsome traits."

"You have to be in the throes of some sort of toxic delusion in a toxic cult to believe that Donald Trump has ever been in any sense, emotionally, psychologically, intellectually or ethically fit to be president of the United States. But his supporters are locked in on that," Costas continued.

Meanwhile, Costas doesn't think that President Biden should run, and that Biden's "legacy is likely to be that of a man whose hubris prevented him from seizing the moment in an appropriate way."

"At best," Biden "can squeak by Trump," Costas continued. "If he squeaks by, it's very likely that he cannot complete his second term, he'd be 86 at the end of it."

According to Costas, Biden "cannot make a clear cogent vigorous case for himself nor can he prosecute the obvious case against Trump in the court of public opinion."

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This article originally appeared on Zero Hedge

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