CNN Gloats Over On-Demand Mute Button For Trump In Upcoming Debate

CNN’s desperate attempts to thwart Trump are becoming increasingly obvious by the day.

Which are especially clear when considering the recent “ground rules” passed by the mainstream media network.

According to a report from the Daily Mail, CNN has decided to employ all kinds of little tools and tactics that ensure the network can undermine the performance of any candidate (i.e., Trump) whenever it would like to do so.

“CNN is attempting to keep the candidates from turning the showdown into a free-for-all when they face off in Atlanta [on] June 27. According to the network, both candidates agreed to appear at a uniform podium. Their positions at the podium will be determined by a coin flip …

Additionally, no props or pre-written notes will be allowed on the stage, but candidates will be given a pen, pad of paper and bottle of water,” the Daily Mail reported.

And one can only wonder what helpful hints are transcribed for Biden on his “pad of paper.”

With any luck, Biden will unwittingly expose those notes as he’s exposed too many other step-by-step directions.

In addition, CNN has decided to “mute mics” throughout the debate … which means it isn’t a real debate.

And everyone knows who is likely to be muted the most.

One thing is for certain: the forthcoming presidential debates are surely shattering substantial precedent

As detailed by the Los Angeles Times, Frank Fahrenkopf, a former chairman of the Republican National Committee, played a key founding role in the nonpartisan Commission on Presidential Debates, which has long organized and overseen more than thirty years’ worth of presidential and vice presidential faceoffs.

“The two campaigns have decided to take over what really belongs to the American people,” Fahrenkopf noted.

Alas, looks like Biden’s administration has been associated with more than one break from tradition.

Per the Times, Fahrenkopf also takes issue with the “mute-button,” which undermines the true experience of a real debate.

In addition, the new and unimproved debate between Biden and Trump, hosted on a network heavily biased in favor of Biden, is hardly designed to appeal to the vast majority of voters.

In particular those who have long since tired of CNN’s nonstop propaganda campaign.

Indeed, Fahrenkopf cites a “lack of direct voter participation” as a real problem in the debate, illustrating how increasingly divorced from the people the allegedly representative government has truly become.

“Our view is it’s supposed to be a debate … It’s not just the answers [candidates are] giving with regard to issues that are important to voters. … People that are watching on television [also] get a perception about the character of a candidate. How he or she conducts themselves, whether they obey the rules. Whether they’re polite,” Fahrenkopf declared.

So, in other words, Biden’s screeching and screaming at reporters would likely be considered a rather substantial faux pas.

“There was such an involvement of students who were participating … Students who were doing special classes on civics and so forth. That’s all gone and missing,” Fahrenkopf added.

Well, to be fair, most students these days, rather unfortunately, appear to be a tad brainwashed by Marxist-driven academic institutions.

That said, Fahrenkopf feels confident that the spirit of a real presidential debate will return at some point in the future.

“We’ll look down the road to 2028. We’ve been around a long time. So, we must be doing something right,” Fahrenkopf added.

Well, but of course. Most individuals would prefer to see an actual debate between presidential candidates, rather than absurd coin tosses and mute mics.

Then again, most individuals would also prefer to see a candidate that isn’t a blatant Manchurian Candidate either, like Biden is.

Alas, the Manchurian Candidate marches on, and one can only hope that Trump resoundingly defeats the preferred puppet of hostile foreign states in November.

Author: Jane Jones


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