CNN’s #StudentsStandup Town Hall was a seemingly biased crap-fest of gun control harpies screeching at gun rights advocates in what seemed like a fairly well-executed plot by CNN to push their agenda. Dana Loesch and Marco Rubio walked into the Lion’s Den, knowing full-well that the odds were stacked against them … seems though no one had any real idea of how stacked those odds were.
Colton Haab, a Douglas High School student, member of the JROTC and a hero who saved countless lives last week claims CNN wanted him to ask questions, but when they saw his questions about school safety and promoting the idea of armed security at the school, they allegedly ‘scripted’ his question instead:
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) February 22, 2018
Did CNN really ‘script’ #StudentsStandUp Town Hall?
It had had the right mix of panelists but looked scripted. 2A supporters were thrown into the lion’s den. What happened to the party of free speech? Some of these kids looked like they were “talking back” rather than debating. Zero respect shown for the other side!
— Susan E (@VFL_Susan) February 22, 2018
It wasn’t a Town Hall, it was a gun control promotion.
Of course, we all know it will have the opposite effect and gun sales will likely skyrocket over the next seven days … nobody provides better marketing for gun sales than gun grabbers.
Way to go @CNN. Now you’re involving kids in your corruption schemes. I really enjoy watching your ratings plummet.
— #BuildTheWall🇺🇸 (@4TrumpMovement) February 22, 2018
We already knew CNN was doing this by the way they’ve been pushing and exploiting these high school kids for the last week.
But hearing a student claim they wanted him to read a scripted question? Especially a student who saved lives and supports gun rights?
And they wonder why we call them ‘fake news.’
—- UPDATE —-
CNN is denying they provided scripted questions for their Town Hall:
CNN response to the claim of a "scripted question" for last night's town hall: pic.twitter.com/Mz1hMqqfkw
— CNN Communications (@CNNPR) February 22, 2018
Because you know, CNN has NEVER provided questions ahead of time … right, Donna Brazile?