Friday, October 30, 2015

CNBC's GOP Debate: More Like the Spanish Inquistion

Did anyone think that replacing the "MS" in MSNBC with a "C" would somehow eliminate their extreme liberal bias?  CNBC has proven that it can lean just as far left as MSNBC.  Almost every question asked by the panel members of that exhibition of liberalism was designed, not to find out which candidate should be President, but instead, to try and prove why none of them should.  The very first question asked them to describe their greatest "weakness" rather than their strengths.  In another example of bias, Becky Quick said this to Carly Fiorina:
"You were fired by Hewlitt-Packard and now you want to be hired as President."
That wasn't a question. That was a statement and an insult.  A personal attack by one of the moderators against one of the candidates vying for the Republican nomination.  Those questioning the debaters need to be reminded that the word moderator is derived from the word "moderate" or, supposedly non-partisan.

That "debate" was more like an Inquisition, where the assumption is that each participant was guilty of something.  It was a shameful exposure of the type of liberal media bias that Republicans contend with every day.  Marco Rubio said it best: "Democrats have the ultimate Super PAC, the mainstream media".


CNBC's Smarmy Moderators Had It Coming:

Transcript: Read the Full Text of the CNBC Republican Debate:

Rubio: Democrats Have The Ultimate Super PAC, The Mainstream Media:

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