Vile CNN: Will Pence Serve the Constitution or ‘Devil’ Trump?

The liberal media never runs out of epithets to hurl at President Trump. CNN came up with what could be a new one today, alluding to Trump as the “devil.”

CNN’s Errol Louis uttered the d-word on this morning’s New Day, in the course of discussing tomorrow’s congressional session on confirming the Electoral College vote. Noting that President Trump has indicated that he wants Vice-president Pence to decline to certify the results and potentially turn the election over to the House, Louis said:

Looking at that footage that you showed of the two men inside the Oval Office yesterday, I thought of the Bob Dylan lyric, you know, “maybe the devil or maybe the Lord, but you’ve got to serve somebody.” And the question for Mike Pence is, do you serve Donald Trump or do you serve the Constitution?

Co-host John Berman, apparently wanting to prove Louis isn’t the only one who could sling Dylan lines, predicted Pence “will roll, like a Rolling Stone, to quote Bob Dylan” and do Trump’s bidding.

Here’s the context of the typically disgusting CNN attack:

Looking at that footage that you showed of the two men inside the Oval Office yesterday, I thought of the Bob Dylan lyric, you know: “Maybe the devil or maybe the Lord, but you’ve got to serve somebody.”

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And the question for Mike Pence is, do you serve Donald Trump or do you serve the Constitution? . . . This is the ultimate test. So for Mike Pence, the question will be, do you honor that oath, or do you go along with this comedy, this side show, that so many have said that they want to play out on the floor of Congress in a couple of days.

Co-host Alisyn Camerota got into the Dylan act, too, saying Pence is “all tangled up in blue.”

CNN predicting that Mike Pence will “roll” and do the devil President Trump’s bidding on certifying the Electoral College results was sponsored in part by Liberty Mutual.

Here’s the transcript. Click “expand” to read more.

CNN
New Day
1/5/21
6:19 am ET

ANNA PALMER: Basically, we’re going to see, does Mike Pence stand up to the president in a very public way, in a way that he really hasn’t publicly for the past four years or not. And what will the reaction be of the president? He jokes down in Georgia, but it was a pretty veiled threat, frankly, that he might not like him as much. And certainly, when you’re Mike Pence, you’re looking at your political future, 2024. He clearly wants to be president and potentially run. And not having the sign of approval from Donald Trump could be a real problem for him.

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ALISYN CAMEROTA: Yeah, Errol, I feel like Mike Pence is about to be Jeff Session-ed. I think he’s in a pickle. What do you — do you think that when, if he does what he is supposed to do, what he’s tasked to do by the Constitution, that President Trump is going to freeze him out and start sending nasty tweets about him?

ERROL LOUIS: Oh, yeah, well, absolutely. I mean, look: looking at that footage that you showed of the two men inside the Oval Office yesterday, I thought of the Bob Dylan lyric, you know: maybe the devil or maybe the Lord, but you’ve got to serve somebody.

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And the question for Mike Pence is, do you serve Donald Trump or do you serve the Constitution? . . . This is the ultimate test. So for Mike Pence, the question will be, do you honor that oath, or do you go along with this comedy, this side show, that so many have said that they want to play out on the floor of Congress in a couple of days.

And it will be unfortunate if he makes that choice, but I think most of us who’ve been watching him for a few years would not be surprised if he does make that choice.

JOHN BERMAN: Well again, what evidence do we have of the Vice-president ever, ever, ever, ever!, standing up to Donald Trump. He’ll roll like a Rolling Stone, to quote Bob Dylan. He’ll twist or blow in the wind, to quote Bob Dylan, Errol Louis there.

CAMEROTA: Oh! Ooh! He’s all “tangled up in blue.”

BERMAN: He’s all tangled up in blue!

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