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The ‘Clinton News Network’ Does It Again

Apparently, CNN’s latest efforts for their Democrat masters involved stacking the Republican debate with questions from full-time Democrat activists.

According to internet research as compiled by Michelle Malkin and others, they so far include:

“Concerned Undecided Mom” LeeAnn Anderson, who is an activist for the John Edwards-endorsing United Steelworkers union.

“Concerned Undecided Log Cabin Republican” David Cercone, who is an avowed Barack Obama supporter.

“Concerned Undecided Young Person” “Journey,” who is an avowed John Edwards supporter.

“Concerned Undecided Young Farmer” (from Manhattan Beach, CA) Ted Faturos, who is a former intern for Democrat Congresswoman Jane Harman.

“Concerned Undecided Young Black Man” David McMillan, who is an avowed Republican hater and John Edwards supporter.

And lastly but not leastly, this mother of all ringers, “Concerned Undecided Retired General” Keith H. Kerr:

Mr. Kerr is in fact a top Hillary Clinton supporter who is even on her Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered “steering committee.” (Which, as we noted previously, is headed by Hillary’s Wellesley roommate, Eldie Acheson.)

Mr. Kerr is also a member of the Veterans and Military Retirees for Hillary Committee.

Of course CNN knew all of this. Indeed, Mr. Kerr has appeared on the network before.

Moreover, it’s clear that the General got very special treatment from CNN. He not only asked his question via YouTube (how many generals use YouTube?), but he was flown in from California so as to be in the audience.

In fact, Mr. Kerr was conveniently seated up front so near the stage that Mr. Cooper could hand him a microphone to continue his political diatribe.

Obviously CNN knew what they were doing. They just hoped the audience wouldn’t catch on.

But thanks to the internet and Bill Bennett, Anderson Cooper (don’t ask, don’t tell) was forced to come clean:

Though one suspects that if Mr. Bennett had not raised the issue on live television it would have never been mentioned by any Mr. Cooper at anyone at CNN.

But of course by the time the admission was made most of the viewers had tuned out and Mr. Kerr’s objectives had been accomplished.

As so far there is still no acknowledgement from Mr. Cooper or anyone at CNN about the other “Concerned Undecided” questioners.

Mind you, this is the self-same Mr. Cooper who likes to go on about “Keeping Them Honest.”

It is to laugh.

This article was posted by Steve on Thursday, November 29th, 2007. Comments are currently closed.

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