CNN Just FIRED Donna Brazile As Network Tries To Cover Up Brazile Repeatedly Giving Debate Questions To Clinton
That old adage that “water and oil, don’t mix” has never been more apparent in how the mainstream media has treated Donald Trump throughout the course of this election, one recent poll had Trump receiving well over 95% negative coverage by the mainstream media, compared to Hillary’s overwhelming positive coverage and with seldom an acknowledgment of her growing scandals.
And while most traditional and critical thinking Americans acknowledge and accept the bias and outright hostility towards Trump by the mainstream media, it’s quite unusual however, when that same bias and hostility is exhibited to one of their own.
Moreover this is considerably more egregious than negative commentary to actually rigging a debate between two candidates, more precisely the March 13th Town Hall Democratic CNN Debate moderated by Jake Tapper, between Socialist Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton, and involving none other than the interim chair of the Democratic National Committee and former CNN contributor Donna Brazile, who received several questions from someone at the network prior to the televised debate, and then feed those questions to the Clinton campaign.
Brazile appeared last week on the Mygan Kelly show and was immediately hammered by the email disclosure of Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta, which revels her direct involvement.
In a March 12th email exchange Brazile acknowledges getting questions directly from co-moderated Roland Martin, and then passing that information to the Clinton Campaign, stating; “I’ll send a few more. Though some questions Roland submitted.”
In another email exchange Brazile wrote to Podesta stating; “One of the questions directed to HRC tomorrow is from a woman with a rash, her family has led poison and she will ask what, if anything, will Hillary do as president to help the ppl of Flint.”
Of course CNN along with Tapper and Martin have denied the charges stating through a spokeswoman for the network Lauren Pratapas: “CNN never gave Brazile access to any questions, prep material, attendee list, background information or meetings in advance of a town hall or debate.”