Let's say that she intends to and will ask tfg tough questions. What will happen then in a building packed with rightwingers? She not only will be booed, she will be shouted down. And the orange freak will stand there basking in it.
Several members of Jon King's insufferable "panel" admitted that TFG is using this opportunity to repair his image with voters outside the rightwing bubble. So they are totally aware of this, and okay with it. At no point did any of them suggest that he would be challenged. And now we know that the audience will be packed with rightwingers who would be the last people on earth to challenge him. No Dems allowed.
The only opportunity for any kind of "challenge" will have to come from Kaitlin Collins. I just don't see her asking enough tough questions on her own with any kind of follow-up to compete with all the fawning BS that is going to come from the audience. which will ask the bulk of the questions.
I won't be watching, but I'm sure some brave DUers will be. I'll read about it here or on some trusted reporters twitter pages. I have absolutely no faith in CNN to cut through his crap. The format alone is stacked against truth,
have a press conference after their citizens are slaughtered? They're not going to dignify the victims by announcing their names? Am I alone in thinking this is a new low?
er, I mean town hall? Get that silly notion right out of your head. This town hall is for republican primary voters and the audience will be asking the questions. CNN in its promos for this free campaign commercial, I mean town hall, is laying it all out there. The members of the audience (rightwingers) will be asking the questions. Don't expect any pushback, let alone tough questions. The more we find out about this &^%% show, the worse it sounds.
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