The Clinton News Network continues to be caught blatantly slanting its so-called reporting of the presidential election in favor of Hillary, as we’ve reported here frequently. The network has even gone on record saying they’re the “biggest ones promoting her campaign” — a fact fairly obvious to anyone paying attention, with incidents like this one just last week as a prime example.
However, in what may be an indication of just how indefensible a candidate Hillary Clinton is, we’ve found even CNN having a hard time holding it together to prop her up lately. Like the other day when CNN host Brooke Baldwin was so incredulous that Hillary and team had used hammers to destroy her electronic devices that Baldwin had to stop mid-interview to ask for a fact check on it.
And, today the entire CNN panel, led by host John King, couldn’t contain their laughter as Hillary’s vice presidential candidate tried to defend her. As the Washington Examiner reports:
A CNN panel had an out loud laugh Sunday at vice presidential candidate Sen. Tim Kaine’s attempts this week to convince reporters that Hillary Clinton has been open and available to members of the press.
The moment occurred as host John King played a video clip of Kaine saying this week on “CBS This Morning” that the Democratic nominee “talks to the press a lot, and I’ve been with her when she’s talked to the press.”
“Look, I don’t see what the massive difference is between a press conference and talking to the press everywhere you go,” Kaine also said.There was a moment of silence on CNN following the clip, which King broke by uttering a simple “Uh-huh.”
The panel then had a good laugh at Kaine’s attempts to soften Clinton’s anti-journalist image.“God bless the people who get to be vice presidential nominees, because they have to say things like this,” King said.
Of course, after the momentary lapse into raw honesty, one of the panelists jumped in to try to portray GOP nominee Donald Trump has been just as rotten as Clinton when it comes to treatment of the press.
Kaine was hammered Thursday by the hosts of “CBS This Morning” with questions about Clinton’s lack of media availability.
The Democratic nominee hasn’t held a single press conference in 2016. In contrast, Trump has already held 17.
Clinton has agreed to dozens of sit-down interviews this year, but most of these exchanges are orchestrated affairs involving pre-selected media personalities asking pre-approved questions.
Even on the campaign trail, when reporters ask her brief, off-the-cuff questions, Clinton will have none of it.
Following Kaine’s appearance Thursday on “CBS This Morning,” a Clinton campaign aide revealed the Democratic nominee would soon allow reporters to travel with her on the same plane.
The Hillary camp also recently promised that the Queen will hold press conferences “if elected.” Guess that’s kinda like the Democrat mantra of you have to pass the bill to know what’s in it?
[Note: This article was written by Michelle Jesse, Associate Editor]