CNN reporter, April Ryan is pushing for her claim to fame by attacking Sarah Sanders who is obviously her emotional superior. Ms. Ryan wrote a book titled, “The Presidency in Black and White” which purportedly analyzes the race differential that engages a president’s actions. While labeling herself a black she also takes great offense at being referred to as a ‘black reporter’. Why? Because it makes the news.
In a recent appearance on the Stephen Colbert show, she made a statement that “the press remains unchanged by the Trump administration’s hostile attitude to the mainstream media. Ryan stressed that the journalists must “get accurate information, facts for the American public. It’s not about us, it’s about freedom of the press. It’s about informing the masses.”
But those would seem to be rather shallow words given her scathing personal attack against Sarah Sanders in which she misquoted, cherry quoted, Sanders in order to give the appearance that Sanders was picking a street fight… WHAT?
You see, apparently, the phrase, “You don’t know me…” is street talk, gutter talk, fightin’ words, and of course, offensive.
Soooo, I looked up the phrase. There are two songs that Google highlighted; one is a love song that was sung by Eddy Arnold, Ray Charles, and Willie Nelson. Two is another ‘song’ that is sung by rapper, Jax Jones, which is replete with expletives and anger. Maybe Ryan listens to Jax Jones?
So I thought I’d look it up in the Urban Dictionary to see what has Ms Ryan in a tizzy and this is what I found:
“a manifestation often yelled by voluptuous women in heat. Designed to convey their rebellious sass, invincibility, and general rejection of white male culture. The expression is actually found in evening talk reveals based featuring bootylicious females on quests to find their particular particular “baby daddies.” Warning: Do not mess with this species of female. She’s going to shank you. Additionally, the phrase rarely tends to make contextual sense…”
The phrase was often used on the Jerry Springer show. Maybe thats where Ryan picked it up?
In essence, it has absolutely no meaning other than exactly what it says. The brawling nature of journalists, Hollywood, and politicians has reached new heights of classlessness. She has done exactly what she espoused was wrong by making her attack about herself, about Sanders, instead of about the news. As such she has elevated her name from a virtual shadow in CNN, to front page news!
Obviously, she hasn’t learned to ‘practice what she preaches’.
Sanders actual response to Ryan’s attack on her being obvious to Trump’s actions was, “Well, with all due respect, you actually don’t know much about me in terms of what I feel and what I don’t.”
A very respectful response, Sanders continues to hold to an incredibly high value of integrity despite the viciousness she is dealing with from the liberal ‘comrades’ who have shown their roots.