CNN's April Ryan Loses It on Protesters, Asks If They Should Be Required to Refuse Care

(AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File)

FILE – In this Dec. 19, 2014 file photo, April Ryan, a veteran White House correspondent for American Urban Radio Networks, appears at a news conference in the Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House in Washington. Ryan has been hired as a political contributor for CNN. Her CNN hiring was announced on Monday, April 3, 2017. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File)

White House correspondent for American Urban Radio and CNN political analyst April Ryan is something else.

She thinks that because Americans dare to protest some of the more ridiculous restrictions from some of the governors or because they are desperately in need of returning to work to be able to feed their families and keep a roof over their heads they should be required to opt-out of care if they catch the Wuhan coronavirus.

How about a certain CNN host who was supposed to be quarantining in his basement who was seen breaking that quarantine in the next town over with his wife, their kids, and another woman? Should he still get care, April?

What kind of a society is April encouraging when she thinks that people who politically disagree with her should be denied care?

Some of the responses to her were even worse, calling protesters “terrorists,” suggesting the use of facial recognition software on them, with one person suggesting that protesters be required to be “marked” with “a red CV-19 stamped on their forehead.” Talk about Nazis.

These are crazy people and unfortunately, media is stoking them to this frenzy. They would suppress anyone who disagreed with them, hang things like the Constitution or rights. Rights are what they say.

From Fox News:

“That’s one he– of a great bit of CNN analysis there,” Media Research Center Vice President Dan Gainor told Fox News. “Should people who disagree with you be refused medical care so they die?” [….]

CNN host Chris Cuomo, who tested positive for coronavirus weeks ago, recently admitted that he left quarantine and got into a fiery exchange with a bicyclist who claimed he asked why the news host wasn’t isolated amid his widely publicized diagnosis.

And, ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos irked neighbors by knocking around the prestigious Hamptons area east of New York City when it was common knowledge that his wife tested positive, the New York Post reported last Thursday.

“Notice how it’s only conservatives she wants to see die? She doesn’t want the waiver to go to others who are violating the rules. Just those who dare protest,” Gainor added.

Rules for me but not for thee again.