posted on Jan, 22 2012 @ 04:36 AM
I'm not from the USA, so I'm looking at this from an outside perspective, and I must admit - I don't watch much US news media over here.
So, looking solely at the interview clip from the OP, my initial reaction was that the Interviewer (Cavuto?) looked nervous, and talked A LOT.
He rambled quite a bit, and repeatedly talked over his Interviewee (Paul).
That in itself is a bit strange? (I thought the whole point of interviewing someone was to get THEM to talk?)
Towards the end of the clip, the interviewer got EXTREMELY uncomfortable, you can see him shifting position in his chair, his expression changes and
he looks slightly "panicky" (Is that a word??
The Interviewee makes some valid points about what sounds like media bias and then is definitely, blatantly cut off.
It could be that a "hard break" was coming up and he was talking for too long? but it was very badly handled by the interviewer if that was the
Oh, and btw, It says in the comments section below the video clip, that other Interviewees (of less importance/significance) were given much more
air-time than Ron Paul?
That surely raises the question - IF it was a scheduled "Hard Break".... WHY did they start the Ron Paul interview 3 minutes before a scheduled
break?? (When they were obviously scheduling much more time for their other interview slots)