CNN’s Debate Moderators Exposed – Here’s Their Dirty Secret and How Trump Will Beat Them
By Jon Brenner|June 25, 2024
CNN’s Debate Moderators Exposed – Here’s Their Dirty Secret and How Trump Will Beat Them

Steering through media bias is like navigating a stormy sea: you never know when the next wave of misinformation will hit. Since Trump descended the escalator in 2015, he has faced relentless media attacks. Republican candidates have been consistently treated unfairly, but they have taken it to a whole new level with The Donald.

Trump has always been in the media’s crosshairs, and the upcoming debate this Thursday night is no different. CNN’s decision to have Jake Tapper and Dana Bash co-host the debates has raised many alarm bells. Both of them have a stunning history of showing open bias against Trump.

Trivia Question: In which presidential campaign was Joe Biden accused of plagiarism, leading to his withdrawal from the race? (Answer at the end of the article)

Every step of Trump’s journey has been scrutinized and twisted by liberal journalists. But Tapper and Bash could go too far by affecting the outcome of the 2024 election.

From Breitbart:
Tapper and Bash’s bias is significant because they could use their positions to produce an unfair debate in which Trump might have to contend with them while also debating President Joe Biden.

“Trump’s real debate opponent on Thursday will be CNN,” businessman David Sacks posted on X. “I’m sure the CNN debate will be fair and unbiased based on all of CNN’s actions for the last 8 years!” Donald Trump Jr. mocked.

This isn’t the first time the media has shown bias in presidential debates. The incident between Crowley and Romney in 2012 is a glaring example. Crowley intervened in a discussion about the Benghazi attack, siding with Obama and contradicting Romney, which was later proven wrong.

Moderators’ Anti-Trump Sentiments

CNN moderators Jake Tapper and Dana Bash have repeatedly shown their bias against Trump through various actions and statements. For instance, Tapper once called Trump a “demagogue” during his coverage, showing a clear disdain for the former president. Additionally, Tapper’s interviews often portrayed Trump in a negative light, focusing heavily on controversies and scandals.

Dana Bash has also made her biases evident. She questioned the legitimacy of Trump’s presidency by frequently bringing up the Russian interference narrative. Furthermore, Bash has been critical of Trump’s policies, often framing them as harmful and misguided. These examples highlight the concerns about their ability to moderate a debate fairly.

Their history of bashing Trump raises concerns about their ability to moderate the debate fairly. This is not just a matter of bias; it’s about ensuring a level playing field.

When debate moderators show clear bias, it undermines the democratic process. Viewers rely on debates to see candidates in an unbiased light. If moderators are not impartial, it skews the perception of the candidates, affecting voters’ decisions.

Trump’s Strategy to Counter Bias

Trump and his team are well aware of the biases they face. They are preparing for a debate where the moderators are unlikely to play fair, and instead lob softballs to Biden while hammering Trump with biased “fact-checks.” This preparation is crucial to counter any potential bias and present their case to the American people.

Trump has a knack for turning such biases into opportunities. By highlighting the unfair treatment, he rallies his base and exposes media hypocrisy. This strategy has worked for him in the past and will likely be a key part of his debate preparation.

The bias of media personalities like Tapper and Bash is part of a larger issue. The American people deserve fair and unbiased reporting, especially during crucial moments like presidential debates. The integrity of our electoral process depends on it.

Ensuring Fairness

It’s not just about Trump; it’s about ensuring every candidate gets a fair shot. When the media fails to uphold this standard, it erodes public trust. It’s time for a change in how debates are moderated, isn’t it?

As we approach the debates, all eyes will be on Tapper and Bash. Will they set aside their biases and moderate fairly? Or will they continue the media’s trend of unfair treatment? The American people are watching and deserve nothing less than a fair debate—but I’m not holding my breath. Hopefully American voters will see through their charade.

Key Takeaways:

  • Jake Tapper and Dana Bash’s bias against Trump raises concerns about the fairness of the upcoming debates.
  • The media’s long history of treating Republican candidates unfairly highlights the need for unbiased, balanced moderation.
  • Trump and his team are preparing to counter any potential bias and highlight media hypocrisy during the debates.

Answer to Trivia Question: Joe Biden was accused of plagiarism during his 1988 presidential campaign, leading to his withdrawal from the race.

Source: Breitbart

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Jon Brenner
Patriot Journal's Managing Editor has followed politics since he was a kid, with Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush as his role models. He hopes to see America return to limited government and the founding principles that made it the greatest nation in history.
Patriot Journal's Managing Editor has followed politics since he was a kid, with Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush as his role models. He hopes to see America return to limited government and the founding principles that made it the greatest nation in history.
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