This article is not meant to be in defense of Trump. It’s in defense of all our GOP candidates.
Whatever you think of Donald Trump, why is a debate with any of our candidates being treated as a spectacle?
Some of you will say That Fox is doing is the right thing. It’s giving the candidates a chance to show what they are made of and it proves a lack of bias but I will tell you that you are wrong. You are wrong because it is being made into an entertainment event at the expense of the GOP. The GOP candidates will be put on the spot in a way Democrats are not.The GOP will be a laughing stock and the media will only repeat the comments that help the leftist cause.
This is a hit job.
Fox News and Google invited three YouTube personalities to ask questions at the Jan. 28 GOP debate. One of those people is a Muslim activist who has called Trump a bigot and compared him to Adolf Hitler.
“We have a presidential candidate whose loudest message reeks of hatred and Islamophobia… turning on the news now is scary, and oftentimes, humiliating,” the Muslim woman, Nabela Noor, says in a December YouTube video.
The two companies announced Tuesday afternoon that the anti-Trump Muslim advocate would be allowed to play a role in the debate.
Google is teaming up with the Fox News Channel for the final Republican debate in Iowa on Thursday, January 28, 2016, and integrating three new components into the debate to help people get informed before they head to the polls, including a way to hear directly from candidates on Google; real-time Google Trends data; and questions from three of YouTube’s most prominent voices—Nabela Noor, Mark Watson, and Dulce Candy — who will join the moderators in the debate to ask the candidates a question on an issue that matters to them and their communities.
They invited a Muslim activist, a black man, and an Hispanic, all you tubers. They are mimicking that idiot in the White House who gives interviews between two ferns and to you tubers with green lips who swim in Fruit Loops.
The Republican National Committee also approved the choice of Noor, an LA.-based press aide for YouTube, Jackie Cavanagh, at MPRM Communications, told Breitbart. “I believe” she was chosen by YouTube, with help from the RNC and Fox, she said.
I must have missed something very important. I missed the part where the Democrats bring in the haters to attack Hillary and Bernie. All I saw was a disgusting infomercial on CNN. The DNC must be laughing their fool heads off at the RNC stupidity.
Did Fox invite Bill O’Reilly, Rush Limbaugh, Sarah Palin, Ron Paul, or Glenn Beck to ask questions? For balance sake, don’t they have more of a respected presence than a youtube upstart with a big siren? Only a faux Islamophobiaist, Trump-hating, Adolf Hitler comparing you tube nobody is invited? Forget Noor. Why are you tubers interviewing our candidates?
If they wanted to look respectable, why didn’t they invite Anderson Cooper or Jake Tapper? The answer is obvious.
Noor posted this on Twitter but I still want to know why Fox is pandering to a Trump-hater with an agenda at the expense of our candidates. Trump should go to the debate and explain what he actually said and meant.
Noor’s spiel is that Islamophobia is a serious threat and it’s growing. The real threats, according to her, are white extremists. The fact is that black-white hate is the problem and after that is anti-Semitism according to FBI statistics.
One of the problems I had with the August 6 Fox News debate was they planned an attack on Trump and our other candidates. In no way am I supporting any candidate at this time but why were they taking down Trump and – what people now forget – why did the moderators ask attack and gotcha questions of the other candidates? That riled me more.
The entire debate was entertaining but why do GOP candidates get treated that way? Fox business and Anderson Cooper held the fairest debates thus far and they asked professional questions.
Why is the RNC hammering our candidates? Any of them?
I don’t necessarily agree with Mark Levin on a number of things but I think he hits the right cord here.