The network won’t moderate a presidential debate.
Source: Richard Moorhead
A CNN operative won’t be moderating one of the three planned presidential debates, and network deplatforming activist Oliver Darcy isn’t happy about it.
The censorship activist voiced his displeasure that a personality from the network won’t be moderating a debate when speaking on a Thursday segment with host Brianna Keillar. He took particular offense that Fox News’ Chris Wallace will be moderating a debate, who is himself a reliable liberal.
“So, when Chris Wallace is awarded the first debate by the commission on presidential debates — which is this nonpartisan group that selects the debates and operates them — when he’s awarded this, it’s really a slap in the face to some extent to the other news organizations, the other journalists who haven’t bent the knee for this White House, and who have endured venomous attacks because of their insistence on telling the truth no matter how costly it is,” said Darcy.
Darcy oversees efforts to institute censorship over alternative media organizations and journalists, among them Alex Jones of Infowars and Jack Posobiec of One America News. He succeeded in lobbying Big Tech platforms to ban Jones and other right-of-center individuals, erasing any doubt that the nominal journalist is anything but that.
A partisan liberal operative from CNN- a bona fide fake news organization which wholly devoted itself to discredited Russia conspiracy theories after the 2016 election- has no place moderating a presidential debate, which should be left to more credible media figures.
Fox’s Chris Wallace will moderate the first debate, on September 29th. C-SPAN’s Steve Scully will moderate the second on October 15th, and Kristen Welker of NBC will moderate the final contest on October 22nd.