CNN "reporter" Susan Roesgen harassed protesters yesterday at the Chicago Tax Day Tea Party Protest. Susan slammed the event for being "anti-government," "anti-CNN," and "not really family viewing." But, oddly enough, Susan had no problem when Bush was called a fascist at a rally on January 13, 2006. In fact she called a puppet of a "devil Bush" a look-alike of the president.Here's a video comparison of CNN's Roesgen from 2006 and from yesterday:Hat Tip Ron HackleySusan gives angry liberal reporters a bad name.Michelle Malkin has more on Susan's tirade:
So, the Tea Party protests are “not fit for family viewing” according to one very unhappy CNN reporter, Susan Roesgen, who also fumes over what she calls an “offensive” anti-Obama sign that compares Obama to a fascist. (And yes, I told you this was going to happen.)But guess what? Newsbusters caught the same indignantly indignant Susan Roesgen covering an anti-Bush rally in New Orleans in which she blithely refers to a huge Bush puppet with horns and a Hitler mustache as a “lookalike.”** Founding Bloggers has exclusive video from the Chicago Tea Party after CNN’s Susan Roesgen became belligerent with a protester and the cameras cut back to the studio.** Flying Debris was there too. Don't miss his photos of Roesgen!