Shame on you, CNN! Citing “technical issues” you remove
your original website following the June 5th debate which
contained almost 200 comments heavily favoring candidate
Screenshot of the original site can be viewed here:
Original CNN Ticker
Then in a blatant attempt at further censorship this is
posted as an acceptable replacement??
CNN Replacement Ticker
Now “why” we ask, did CNN not add back the original 181 comments
deleted from the site that was removed? It appears CNN would love nothing
more than to restrict their sites comments to the same 3 candidates primarily
focused on during the entire debate.
The article posted on the “replacement” site titled “The Ron Paul Phenomenon?”
is about as unbiased as it gets and contains out-of-context comments such as:
“Paul opposes abortion rights, voted to authorize a 700-mile fence along the U.S.-Mexican border, supports withdrawing troops from Iraq, and defines marriage as between a man and a woman. Is he a “true conservative”? If indeed his support is growing, what is it going to take for Paul to break out and challenge the front-runners for the GOP presidential nomination?”
Then in what is surely seen at CNN as a “1 -2 Punch”, they post this little news nugget the following day:
WASHINGTON (CNN) — Seen on board the 6 a.m. US Airways flight 1159 from Manchester, New Hampshire to Washington: No less than five GOP presidential candidates: Rep. Ron Paul of Texas, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, Rep. Duncan Hunter of California, former Virginia Gov. James Gilmore, and Sen. Sam Brownback of Kansas.
Four of the five candidates sat in coach.
The lucky candidate who flew first class? Ron Paul.
The candidates were all flying back after facing off Tuesday night in a spirited debate in Manchester, New Hampshire, sponsored by CNN, WMUR-TV, and the New Hampshire Union Leader.
What are you afraid of CNN? How pathetic!
For those who want to hear more from the man himself, RON PAUL, visit this audio archive site:
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