Remember when CNN’s Brooke Baldwin feigned “outrage” when a guest on her show used the word “boobs” in a sentence?
The guest, Clay Travis said the First Amendment and “boobs” have never let him down.
Baldwin was so “offended” by the comment she later tweeted about it, saying that language is “never ok.”
Apparently, however, it’s “OK” for Brooke to go on live TV and compare the size of her “balls” to co-host Don Lemon’s.
In September, “Outkick the Coverage” founder Clay Travis said live on CNN that the First Amendment and boobs had never let him down in life, causing anchor Brooke Baldwin to cut the interview short.
Baldwin later tweeted to men that such language “is never okay.”
That was… I just… it was one of those thought bubbles "did he actually say that on MY SHOW?!" Note to men — that is never okay. #smh
— Brooke Baldwin (@BrookeBCNN) September 15, 2017
Sunday during CNN’s New Year’s Eve coverage, Baldwin touted her balls as being bigger than fellow anchor Don Lemon’s.
“By the way,” Baldwin said to a drunk Lemon who was tossing beads in New Orleans, “my balls are bigger than your balls.”
“Probably,” Lemon responded.
Travis caught wind of the exchange on CNN, demanding an apology on behalf of all men from Baldwin for talking about male genitalia on live television.
— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) January 1, 2018