It’s time to dispel this leftist myth.
The big story this week saw CNBC’s “journalists” unfairly attack anti-establishment conservatives on Wednesday night’s “debate”.
Questions ranged from asserting that Ben Carson “can’t do math” to labeling Donald Trump a “comic book” candidate.
Ted Cruz had enough.
Of course, the left took this opportunity to defend CNBC for their actions, claiming that the questions were simply “tough” and the candidates just “couldn’t handle” them.
Is that really the case?
Rush Limbaugh put together a montage of the questions asked at the Republican debate versus the questions asked at the fascist CNN debate. The difference was enormous.
Leftists are painting a narrative that candidates like Ted Cruz, who were visibly upset with CNBC’s awful coverage, “can’t handle” being president despite Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton skipping a Fox debate themselves.
I guess liberal logic only applies when attacking conservatives.
The reality is, a politician with the intestinal fortitude to stand up to bully journalists would, in fact, make a great leader.
It would reveal an ability to not be controlled. An ability to fight back against deception. An ability to fight for the truth.
Leftists, I challenge you – tell me how that could be a bad thing?
The GOP members who attacked CNBC for their Democratic propaganda showed leadership qualities not evident in any of the left’s candidates.
We don’t need a president that submits to the media’s propaganda, we need a leader that fights back against it.