Friday, November 30, 2007

CNN Another Plant

I began picking up on Michelle Malkin's recent list of CNN plants and decided to research into another questioner I thought seemed suspicious. It seems my gut feeling was right. David McMillan's question as to why blacks do not vote Republican seemed like another liberal planted question to create devisiveness like the Clinton planted Retired Brig. Gen./ "gays in the military" lobbyist or the CAIR planted "why do Muslims hate us" questioner. What I have discovered is David McMillan has attended John Edwards campaign events, is associated with anti-Bush civil rights lawyer and author Glenn Greenwald , Politico blogger James Kotecki and according to his blog bio page he has done work for the NAACP.

David Bohrman, executive producer of CNN's debate, said "Most questions online have been pulled from public viewing for review, but many of the remaining posts involve asking the candidates to defend their opposition to gay marriage and abortion. Those kinds of “lobbying grenades” would be disqualified by the CNN selection team." My question then is... If David Bohrman is the executive producer and has full control over the debate question selections then why did he allow 6 lobbying grenades into the debate? 1. Abortion 2. Gays in Military 3. Log Cabin Obama supporter 4. Muslim CAIR Intern 5. Confederate Flag/Racism undertone 6. Union lobbyist over China trade. And if David Bohrman said he chose not to add James Kotecki’s video question because he is a Politico blogger then why would he add his best friend David McMillan's question? Also if he was able to uncover that James Kotecki blogged for Politico, how could he not know Retiree Brig. Gen. Keith H. Kerr worked on Hillary Clinton's steering committee or Yasmin was an intern for CAIR or Journey was a John Edwards supporter or LeeAnn Anderson was a Pittsburgh Steel union activist?

I guess he rather decided to run on the continued planting trends from the last CNN Democrat debate.

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