Gorka explodes on ‘punk’ CNN journo after he throws insults, challenges him to a fight at Rose Garden

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Playboy Magazine White House reporter Brian Karem had his bluff called by former Trump official Sebastian Gorka Thursday at the White House after President Trump’s social media summit, with the explosive confrontation leaving Karem looking like little more than a sniveling coward.

Karem, a CNN political analyst, was reportedly unhappy with seating at a Rose Garden news conference scheduled after the summit and was seen taunting some of those who had acquired seats while he was left standing.

With smart phones in action, someone is heard telling Karem, “Don’t be sad, don’t be sad.”

“No I’m just standing around,” Karem replied. “This is a group of people that are eager for demonic possession.”

The reporter was motioning toward “conservative influencers” who had acquired seating as he spoke, saluting them after his jeer.

The juvenile remark prompted laughter from the crowd.

At this point, Gorka is heard shouting from afar, “And you’re a journalist, right?”

How does Karem respond? Well, much like you’d expect an adolescent to respond, he threatened Gorka with violence.

“Come on over here and talk to me, brother,” Karem called back. “We can go outside and have a long conversation.”

The remark was mocked by some in the media as a “cash me outside, howbow dah” line.

But ask and ye shall receive, because that’s just what Gorka did. He walked across the lawn to within inches of the reporter.

“You’re a punk! You’re not a journalist! You’re a punk!” he then told Karen to his face.

Some in the crowd began chanting, “Gorka, Gorka!”

Having been properly showed up, Karem weakly countered, “Go home. Go home. Hey, Gorka, get a job!”

After Gorka had walked away, ensuring a safe distance between the two — and this is an example of the so-called journalists who pass judgement daily on President Trump.

Jim Hanson, president of Security Studies Group, was one of those who posted video of the confrontation, and he is heard telling Karem at the end of the clip, “Just for the record, he’d kick your punk ass.”

Here’s a different angle shared by Prager U:

Another angle from New York Times White House correspondent Katie Rogers can be seen here:

Of course, Rodgers had to add her #FakeNews twist to the story, claiming in a second clip that Gorka was “yelling at a journalist.”

“POTUS leaves without taking questions. ‘Talk to us! The real news!’” she tweeted. “Then this mess unfolded with Sebastian Gorka yelling at a journalist. Supporter say Gorka could ‘kick your punk ass.’ This is happening in the Rose Garden.”

Rogers omitted Karem’s “demonic possession” taunt and him challenging Gorka to a fight in the clips she shared, making it appear that Gorka was just randomly yelling at him.

Leave it to CNN’s Jim Acosta to offer a professional grade whine to the incident, as he complained that West Wing aides did nothing when social media figures “began to verbally abuse reporters who are trying to do their jobs.”

With a straight face, we’re to assume.

But the great thing about social media is that both sides of the story can be told… at least, when Facebook and Twitter deems it to be acceptable.

Here’s a “post-fight” analysis from Gorka, on being challenged to a fight in the Rose Garden.

“These people are not journalists. They’re punks and political saboteurs,” he added in the caption.

“The days when the FAKE NEWS class believes they can get away with insulting America are over,” Gorka later told the Daily Caller in a statement. “Brian Karem is a washed up has-been who allegedly writes for a soft-porn magazine and who verbally abused Sarah Huckabee Sanders for years. Someone had to take him on.”