VEN (ATLANTA) — After initiating a bizarre controversy over whether or not White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee baked her own pecan pie, CNN’s maladroit, zaftig, IQ-challenged political analyst of color (PAOC) April Ryan may have outed herself as a replicant on live TV Thursday.
As part of a lighthearted Christmas Spirit Cooking segment on Anderson Cooper’s new show Anderson Cooper 720 — Around The World 2X, Mr Cooper asked Ms Ryan the following question:
Ann, it’s Your First Day On The Job At A New Kitchen. The Head Chef Asks You To Prepare A Stew Of Freshly Killed Cats. How Do You Proceed?
Ms Ryan shuffled the papers in front of her, and staring straight ahead replied in a monotone, “Anderson, I would tell that chef he must be mistaken because if you got some fresh killed cats, as everyone know, you do not stew them, you bake them into a pecan cat pie.”
After some whispering off camera, a visibly startled Mr Cooper asked Ms Ryan a follow-up question:
OK Ann, let’s try this — You Construct A Large Window In Your New House. Days Later, A Bird Flies Into It, Dying Instantly. How Do You Proceed?
Looking puzzled, Ms Ryan sat rigidly in her chair for a few seconds and then replied, “Anderson, how many dead birds do I have? Jess the one?”
“Yes, Mr Cooper replied. “My producer is telling me just one bird.”
“Is dat bird a pigeon?”
“I have no idea. Wait. Yes. It’s a pigeon. What would you do, Ann? Quickly. We’re coming up on a break.”
“Anderson, if the bird was a pigeon, I would freeze that pigeon until I had enough pigeons to bake into a pigeon pecan pie.”
“Umm. Sure. OK. Do we . . . ? Do we have time for one more . . . ? We do? OK.
Ann, Final Question — You Are Eating Dinner When You Notice A Fly In Your Soup. The Waiter Tells You This Is Part Of The Dish. How Do Your React?
“(laughs) Anderson, I would tell that waiter to take that soup back.”
“Exactly! Of course, you would — anyone would! That’s right!”
“Because, Anderson, that waiter was wrong. I didn’t order soup. I ordered another BIG slice of my favorite dessert — pecan fly pie!”
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