CNN seems to be on a roll with fake stories, cutting off feeds when the truth is about to come out, and general dismemberment of all things that journalism used to stand for. While Comey’s testimony wasn’t cut at all by the network, CNN sure was quick to do damage control when the questions about Hilary Clinton’s foundation was brought into focus at the Sessions hearing.
According to Patriot Beacon:
CNN cut away from the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Tuesday morning immediately after Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) raised concerns about Special Counsel Robert Mueller. Breitbart reported that Graham had just raised concerns about Special Counsel Robert Mueller hiring an attorney from the Clinton Foundation to help out with the probe into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election when the feed was cut. He was questioning Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who was sitting in for Attorney General Jeff Sessions, at the time.
CNN Cuts Feed After Senator Objects to Mueller Hiring Clinton Foundation Attorney
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Democrats are still accusing Trump of colluding with Russia in the election despite the fact that no evidence has actually emerged to support this. Here’s an excerpt of Graham’s exchange with Rosenstein:
Graham: Is giving political donations a reason to disqualify somebody for serving in the Special Counsel’s office?
Rosenstein: No, Senator, it is not a disqualification. It is not.
Graham: As a matter of fact, many states, the judges and prosecutors are actually elected. Donations are a part of that system, is that correct?
Rosenstein: Yes, that’s true.
Graham: Would it be a disqualification for somebody in the Special Counsel’s office who had represented Mrs. Clinton in the past to serve?
Rosenstein: You know, Senator, it would depend on facts and circumstances. As a general matter, I think the answer is no.
Graham: Isn’t that much closer to a conflict of interest?
Rosenstein: I don’t want to answer a hypothetical, Senator. Everybody needs to make a determination based on the facts and circumstances of the individual case.
Graham: How would you get it before the Special Counsel? What process could a member of the Senate use to inform the Special Counsel that you’d have a concern about hiring someone that represented Clinton?
Rosenstein: We have a process within the Department of Justice, Senator, so I would encourage you, if you have those concerns, to raise them with [former] Director Mueller or to raise them with me, and I’ll make sure —
Graham: So should I do it to you or to him?
Rosenstein: Well, you could do it to both.
Graham: Okay. That’s fair enough.
Rosenstein: And we have career —
Graham: And I don’t know if I’ll do that, but I’ve read some things that were — I don’t think donations are disqualifying at all, but if you represented the Clinton Foundation or Clinton herself, that would be disturbing to me, but I’ll take care of that.
CNN cut back to the studio soon after that even though Graham was still questioning Rosenstein.
This dialogue should be all one needs to hear to know that the Hillary Clinton mob isn’t on the up and up yet once again the ” Clinton News Network” is covering for their queen as much as possible.
H/T [ Patriot Beacon ]