During an interview with Ben Carson, Jake Tapper refused to move off Ben Carson’s comments on having a Muslim president. After displaying a lot of patience, one of Carson’s staffers announced the interview was over and Carson walked off the CNN (Clinton News Network) show.
Ben Carson appeared on Sunday’s State of the Union with Jake Tapper. The interview was cut short when a Carson staffer called from off camera, “This interview is over.” The interview started with Tapper questioning Carson on comments he made this past week about the possibility of a Muslim president. Carson had reiterated his position that a Muslim who put their religion over the Constitution. He pointed out that many tenets of the Islam were in direct conflict with the Constitution and that a president swears to uphold and defend the Constitution.
It’s Monday, and as we promised, here are the results of our debate poll. We asked who you thought won last week’s CNN debate, and you responded.
1,318 of you responded, and the majority — 32.63 percent — agreed with our own Steven H. Ahle, who said in no uncertain terms that Ted Cruz won. Rand Paul came in second with 28.45 percent, followed by Donald Trump and Carly Fiorina.
There’s a reason I call the “mainstream media” the “Democrat-media complex.” Call this reason #568,253.
CNN decided to use Iranian citizens as a tool to bash GOP candidates who participated in Wednesday’s debate, Newsbusters said. Moreover, the network decided to tell us what Iranians think of the current field of candidates. As if we’re all going to make up our minds based on man-in-the-street interviews in Tehran.
The top tier candidates faced off Wednesday night in a debate held at the Ronald Reagan Library.
Now we’d like to hear from you. Who do you think won the debate? We’ll keep the poll open for a few days and post the results on Monday. We’ll also take a look at how the debate has impacted the polls.
Long considered by many on the right side of the aisle as essentially nothing more than the Ministry of Propaganda for the Democratic Party, the same conservatives may have to re-think their take on some of the personalities in establishment media.
As the reporters of The Washington Free Beacon (WFB) have penned in a number of different articles, a slew of talking heads at the MSNBC, CNN and NBC News networks are saying things about Democratic front runner Hillary Clinton that very possibly could be mistaken for Republican Party talking points.
The effort to rewrite U.S. history continues, this time on CNN. After making a former congressman look racist, CNN’s Ashleigh Banfield brought on Don Lemon to discuss the issue.
Lemon didn’t disappoint, telling Banfield there may come a time when we will need to discuss removing a monument to Thomas Jefferson from the U.S. Capitol because he once owned slaves. Video of that can be seen below:
The story surrounding Spokane NAACP president Rachel Dolezal, the “fake black” woman outed as white by her parents Friday, continues to get even stranger.
While appearing on Anderson Cooper 360, activist Marc Lamont Hill said he was acquainted with Dolezal, and heard her say that only black people should lead the so-called #BlackLivesMatter movement that arose last year in the wake of police action against blacks.
While appearing on CNN, Mosab Hassan Yousef, the son of a founding member of Hamas, told Don Lemon that the terror group is not just seeking the complete destruction of Israel — it wants a global Islamic caliphate.
“Hamas is not seeking coexistence and compromise. Hamas is seeking conquest and taking over,” he said. “And by the way, the destruction of the State of Israel is not Hamas’s final destination. Hamas final destination is building the Islamic caliphate, which means an Islamic state under rubble of every other civilization.”