Donald Trump Jr. hurls false accusation at CNN’s Jake Tapper: ‘Flagrantly homophobic’

Instead of worrying about his own potential legal jeopardy in the Russia investigation, Donald Trump Jr. decided he’d try to accuse CNN host Jake Tapper of being homophobic.

Taking to Twitter, Don Jr. retweeted a clip of Friday’s edition of the CNN show “The Lead” in which former Obama senior adviser Jen Psaki commented:

“The truth is, no one’s going to cry if Roger Stone goes to jail, or when he goes to jail…”

In response, Tapper jokingly remarked:

“He might like it.”

Those four words were clearly homophobic, Junior claimed:

But there’s more than one way to interpret a joke, but using the context of the conversation and Roger Stone’s love of attention, it’s clear Tapper meant the longtime Trump confidant would love the attention. Keep in mind this is the very same Roger Stone who told reporters:

“The only thing worse than being talked about is not being talked about.”

And then there’s the fact that Don Jr. has often posted disgusting things about the LGBT community on social media, such as this transphobic meme he shared on Instagram:

I’ll take that bet all day long. 🤣🇺🇸🤣🇺🇸🤣🇺🇸

A post shared by Donald Trump Jr. (@donaldjtrumpjr) on

And let’s not forget that Junior’s daddy is trying to ban transgender Americans from serving their country in the U.S. military.

The response to Don Jr’s inaccurate and hypocritical tweet was on point:

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