CNN Makes ‘Mistake’ with On-air Graphic for Sinema

During a recent segment on “Anderson Cooper 360,” CNN put a graphic up underneath Senator Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ).

In that graphic, the network labeled Sinema a Republican.

Considering the current political climate, I cannot believe this was an innocent mistake.

Mainstream Media Trolling

When you consider the events of the last week, this would appear to be someone making a really bad joke or someone trying to make a point.

Sinema has been one of two Democrat Senators pushing back against Biden’s ridiculous legislation.

She and Senator Manchin (D-W.V.) have been under relentless attacks as of late.

Then, this happened during the Anderson Cooper segment…

Sinema CNN Troll
Photo via Fox News Video Screenshot

Oddly enough, the same thing happened to Manchin recently.

Axios did a recent story on Manchin and labeled him as a Republican as well.

Accident? Methinks not!

Do think someone at CNN did this on purpose to take a shot at Sinema?

Tell us what you think in the comment section below.

Source: Fox News

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