The tough-minded One America News reporter Chanel Rion has really managed to get under the thin skin of a number of reporters/liberal activists attending the White House briefings.
Last week, CNN White House correspondent Oliver Darcy tweeted a photo of OAN White House correspondent Chanel Rion, carrying her own chair to and from the White House coronavirus press briefings. In his tweet, Darcy, who works for fake news CNN, whose ratings are in the basement, appeared to be mocking the White House correspondent for not being good enough to hang with the real journalists. Perhaps someone should tell Darcy that re-runs of Sponge Bob Squarepants are beating CNN in the ratings game. If CNN didn’t have contracts to appear on TV screens in every airport, it’s very likely they wouldn’t have any audience at all.
Aw, @oliverdarcy… getting the story wrong again — and over a CHAIR!
I brought this chair in each day and brought it out each evening. The next day I left it in the basement where it rests now, ready for the next briefing.
— Chanel Rion OAN (@ChanelRion) May 8, 2020
Fake News CNN’s Oliver Darcy doubled down on his attempts to destroy the female OAN reporter, while attempted to discredit her network as “non-credible” with a piece written by a liberal Duke University professor. Darcy’s statement is incredibly rich, considering he works for the network who has earned the title of #VeryFakeNewsCNN.
Duke University professor @pmnapoli said he has never seen a US president promote a network like OAN while launching a sustained assault on credible news orgs: "We would have to start looking to some countries that I wouldn't classify as democracies…" https://t.co/Erq6GI9NxM pic.twitter.com/CeYqjAA0Xe
— Oliver Darcy (@oliverdarcy) May 8, 2020
Yesterday, Washington Post reporter David Nakamura took to Twitter to openly tattle on OAN’s Chanel Rion for attending the White House briefing with Trump’s new press secretary, Kayleigh McEnany. The Washington Post reporter accused Rion of “violating rules” from the “correspondents association to limit the number in the briefing room,” citing “social distancing” rules. Nakamura didn’t stop there, he ended his tweet by calling out the OAN reporter for not wearing a mask and for being the only reporter who was asked a question by McEnany.
OAN reporter Chanel Rion destroyed the feckless writer for the anti-Trump rag, The Washington Post, with one brilliant question. Rion asked Nakamura, “Why are you saying that to me, specifically?”
— Chanel Rion OAN (@ChanelRion) May 12, 2020
Rion’s question to Nakamura was in response to the manufactured outrage by the media to a “gotcha” statement made by CBS White House correspondent Weijia Jiang, who asked, “Why is this a global competition to you if everyday Americans are still losing their lives and we’re still seeing more cases, every day?” President Trump responded to her statement, designed to call him out, “Well, we’re losing lives everywhere in the world. And maybe that’s a question you should ask China. Don’t ask me, ask China.” President Trump responded.
Trump continued with his press briefing, and Weijia Jiang interrupted, asking: “Sir, why are you saying that to me, specifically?” President Trump responded, “I’m not saying that to you, specifically. I’m saying that to anybody who would ask a nasty question.”
NYC’s former police chief Bernard Kerik said the Washington Post tattletale’s tweet sounds like a “sniveling whining crybaby,” adding “He should grow up and mind his own business.”
Sounds like a sniveling whining crybaby. He should grow up and mind his own damned business.
— Bernard B. Kerik (@BernardKerik) May 13, 2020
We also responded to Rion’s tweet, congratulating her on standing up to the bullies in the mainstream media.
You have no idea how happy your tweet just made millions of Americans!🇺🇸
Way to go, @ChanelRion!
Never let those mainstream media's bully you into submission!
— 100% FED UP! (@100PercFEDUP) May 13, 2020