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During last night’s CNN/New York Times debate CNN host, Anderson Cooper, decided that it was time to show how much he supported Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter. When the time came to question Vice President Biden about his son’s shady business dealings in Ukraine, Cooper decided to preface his softball question with a defense of the Vice President and his son.


“President Trump has falsely accused your son of doing something wrong while serving on a company board if Ukraine. I want to point out there’s no evidence of wrongdoing by either one of you. Having said that, on Sunday, you announced that if you’re president, no one in your family will be involved in any foreign businesses. My question is: if it’s not okay for a president’s family to be involved in foreign businesses, why was it okay for your son when you were vice president?”

Was this a decision that Mr. Cooper made on his own? Or did CNN President Jeff Zucker command him, as a new Project Veritas video suggests, to defend Vice President Biden because he is CNN’s chosen candidate?

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This is just another example of the Democrats and the media working together to push a narrative that fits their agenda. In Gregg’s new book, Witch Hunt: The Story of the Greatest Mass Delusion in American Political History,  he lays out how the media and Democrats collaborated together to fabricate multiple stories to try to take down President Trump. The softball interviews and leading debate questions are merely a continuation of the media’s support for the party that they closely align with.

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  • Steve Edwards says:

    Television is still the most powerful medium on the planet. It has the ability to cut through the defense mechanisms most people have in place that shut out messages to the subconscious area of the human brain. Therefore, if the television news continually pounds the same narrative with a consistent theme, the majority of casual viewers become convinced of the veracity of that narrative. When this constant theme is attributed to a particular political party or politician, then public opinion is swayed to agree with that narrative and that politician. We learn this as children…’want a new bicycle, need a new bicycle, you are bad if you don’t get my a new bicycle!’ And so it goes in today’s political war against a duly elected President. This is how it works. I have been using television for over 50 years to do just that.

  • Richard Cornell says:

    I wonder how many people on Bidens staff work for some other candidate? Something that David Axelrod did when he was handling Obama’s campaign.