posted on Jan, 23 2013 @ 11:46 PM
It has become far too obvious what CNN is trying to do - and they're using a Brit to do it. Piers Morgan is the Democrats Rush Limbaugh or Bill
O'reilly. Considering that CNN masquerades as a "non-partisan' and unbiased News source (which no thinking person actually believes) it's
astounding that they are still sticking with the hysterical Piers Morgan. Just look at Larry King. Say what you will about him, but he was a guy who
managed to straddle the middle when he moderated. But Piers?? He is sometimes more fervent in his defense of democratic arguments then his democrat
guest is. It's insane. It's comically transparent what his and CNN's agenda is.. And from what I've seen, he's as much a bully towards his guest
as Bill O'reilly.
For example: He had a republican guest who argued in favor of those republican politicians who reprimanded Hillary Clinton for her recklessness in the
Benghazi affair. Anyone who knows anything on this matter should be able to understand that something went awry, mistakes were made and despite the
information ascertained about those who threatened the embassy, nothing was done to protect the American diplomats in Benghazi. What does Piers do?
Does he act as a moderator should act? No, he assumes his bully pulpit and suggests that Rand Paul's criticism of Hillary Clinton and Susan Rice
smelled of misogyny. This being the now proverbial Democrat counter-attack. If some minority happens to be arguing a democratic talking point, or is
tangent to a democratic interest, its "sexism", or "misogynistic" or "racist" "Islamophobic" "homophobic". By now it should be obvious that
this is a tawdry tactic used to shut up any opposition to Democratic initiatives. And it should be clear that this sort of demagoguery should have no
place in a responsible political discourse.
I'm beginning to grow sick of Piers Morgan. He is far too blunt and far too hotheaded to keep up the CNN charade of being 'non-partisan'. For their
sake - and for ours too - this man should be taken off TV. I don't care where he goes, but he is sullying, nay, polarizing in a very negative way,
I would be amazed if this man still has a show on CNN next year.