CNN Host Asks “What Does It Matter” If They Are Biased In Shocking Rant

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RWC News CNN Host Asks “What Does It Matter” If They Are Biased In Shocking Rant

CNN used to deny that they biased no matter how glaringly obvious it was. Now, CNN host John King is arguing that it doesn’t matter if they are biased. It might be small, but we are making some progress! King was responding to a speech made by Steve Bannon calling out the media for being biased against Roy Moore.

“The Bezos-Amazon-Washington Post that dropped that dime on Donald Trump, is the same Bezos-Amazon-Washington Post that dropped the dime this afternoon on Judge Roy Moore. Now is that a coincidence? That’s what I mean when I say opposition party, right? It’s purely part of the apparatus of the Democratic Party. They don’t make any bones about it. By the way, I don’t mind it. I’ll call them out every day,” said Bannon.

King responded. “I want to talk about the politics of that later, but right there. What does it matter? The ‘Access Hollywood’ tape, he’s talking about The Washington Post. That was Donald Trump, no one denies that was Donald Trump,” said King.

on that tape was talking about conduct that is–if it happened–felony sexual assault. What does it matter, who records you robbing the bank whether liberal or conservative, an old person or a young person, gets that video and it’s still you. In the case of this story, these women are quoted by name. What is that?” said King.

Obviously if it matters. If you hate someone you will look at a situation in the worst way possible. If you like someone you will see it in the best way. Trump’s tape. Friends see it as a man being braggadocious, enemies see it as him admitting to sexual assault (which isn’t true).

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