CNN’s Don Lemon plans to escape accountability for labeling others as “racists”
Carlos Delicto, Reporting outside CNN HQ in Atlanta
CNN Reporter Don Lemon has found a way to escape culpability for having publicly called persons “racists” on-air.
Don has begun transitioning from being Don Lemon to a person to be known as Donna Lemon.
A preview of his/her new look (above left) was released by the PR Office at CNN HQ in Atlanta.
Donna Lemon will eventually grow longer hair, similar to the wig Joy Behar wore decades ago when she put on black-face makeup to portray herself as an “attractive African American woman”.
Lemon’s decision to shift genders came shortly after LiteSiteNews reported on January 7, 2020 that: “At least one of the defamation suits brought against the media by pro-life teenager Nick Sandmann [above right] will not proceed to trial, as CNN agreed Tuesday to a settlement in the case.”
Among several news outlets and reporters charged with defaming Sandmann was a $250 million suit against CNN for “broadcasting into ‘millions of homes’ the “idea that [Sandmann] was part of a mob…yelling racist slurs,’ according to attorney L. Lin Wood. But the suit was settled Tuesday for an as-yet-undisclosed sum, Fox 19 reports.”
Friends of Lemon say that he hopes to use his gender shift as a way to avoid culpability in any future law suits against him for defaming the character of others by calling them “racists” – something he’s done often in the past.
If he’s sued, Lemon will claim that anything he said about Sandmann was spoken by Don Lemon and does not represent the person Don is now. Namely, Donna. His lawyer will argue that Donna Lemon cannot be held accountable for what was said by Don.
Other persons who publicly defamed Sandmann, along with several other Covington students, include, but are not limited to: Democrat Sen. Elizabeth Warren, CNN’s Ana Navarro, the New York Times’ Maggie Haberman, ABC News’ Matthew Dowd, Princeton University’s Kevin Kruse, left-wing activist Shaun King, Mother Jones editor-in-chief Clara Jeffery, and Rewire editor-in-chief Jodi Jacobson.
Confidential sources report that at three persons on that short list are considering the Lemon strategy for escaping culpability – soon to be known as the Gender Shift Defense (GSD).