Flashback: April Ryan Doesn’t Know Difference Between Net Worth and Income

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CNN contributor April Ryan, who doesn't know the difference between net worth and annual income, says Sarah Sanders is ignorant. (screenshots)



April Ryan — the White House correspondent for American Urban Radio Networks and a CNN contributor — incited violence against White House press secretary Sarah Sanders when she said it’s time to start “lopping” Sarah’s head off.

“She outright lied and the American people can’t trust her,” Ryan puffed. “When there is a lack of credibility there, you have to start lopping the heads off.”

Mike Huckabee Defends His Daughter Sarah Sanders

Former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee rushed to his daughter’s defense and slammed April Ryan for her use of violent imagery in attacking Sarah.

“So liberals—is this okay? Does CNN have the integrity to deal w/ this incitement to murder?” Huckabee tweeted.

Ryan reacted by cackling: “You call yourself a man of God? Boy bye! As your people come for me! My people see you and will do the same for you!”

Then “Reverend” Ryan laughably claimed Mike Huckabee won’t get into heaven (as if she knows).

Ryan Has Long History of Race-Baiting Grievance Mongering

Like crime-hoaxer Jussie Smollett, April Ryan has a long history of race-baiting to play the victim.

In November 2017, Ryan was shut down by Sarah Sanders after implying the Trump administration supports slavery. (You can’t make this stuff up.)

April Accused Sarah Sanders of Not Baking Her Own Pie

Three weeks later, in November 2017, Ryan was mocked on social media for suggesting that Sarah Sanders — a Southern mom — did not bake her own pecan pie for Thanksgiving.

“Show it to us on a table,” Ryan demanded.

April Doesn’t Know Difference Btwn Net Worth and Annual Income

But April Ryan is used to being a laughing stock. In March 2017, she embarrassed herself when she revealed that she does not know the difference between net worth and annual income.

Ryan made the statement while trying to “prove” her point that President Donald Trump was not a billionaire.

While it’s understandable if the average person doesn’t know the difference, you’d think that someone who calls herself a “journalist” and is a White House correspondent would know better.

Not surprisingly, Ryan quickly deleted the tweet and then complained to Twitter support to have posts mocking her for that mass-deleted. But we kept a screenshot for you.

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