Wednesday, October 01, 2008

Moderator Gwen Ifill Brings Anti Palin/Pro Obama Agenda

World Net Daily
You probably won't be hearing about this on MSNBC, CNN, ABC NBC or ABC either.

That's because the fix is in.
The moderator of Thursday night's Vice Presidential Debate has written a new book which now gives her a financial interest in the outcome of the election and the debate she will be moderating.
Expect Obama backer Gwen Ifill to serve up questions like ...

"Governor Palin, considering you have never "had your helicopter forced down" by Bin Laden in Afghanistan and you've never even been "shot at" when visiting Iraq, you shoot innocent animals in cold blood and you want to rape the earth for it's oil, how can you hope to be Vice President?"

"Senator Biden, considering Governor Palin hasn't had her helicopter "forced down" by Bin Laden, doesn't even know where he is and she's never been "shot at" in Iraq, but yet she kills innocent animals and promotes raping the planet for a barrell of crude oil... how can she hope to be Vice President?"

(Gwen Ifill) ..."was cited in complaints PBS Ombudsman Michael Getler said he got after Palin delivered her nomination acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention in Minneapolis this year. The complaints cited Ifill's "dismissive" look during her report on Palin's speech. According to Getler, some complaints also said she wore a look of "disgust" while reporting on Palin."

What a joke this is going to be.
Just imagine the outcry if the moderator was Rush Limbaugh or Sean Hannity or Bill O'Reilly.

The left would be crying "FOUL" and threatening to boycot the debate.
Ifill has worked for the Washington Post and is a regular on PBS.
Her new book is pro-Obama and is about the African American movement in politics.

(hat tip to Mike McCarville)

There's word today that PBS anchor Gwen Ifill may be removed as moderator of Thursday's vice presidential debate between Democrat Joe Biden and Republican Sarah Palin because of Ifill's new book, out on Inauguration Day, that praises Barack Obama.

UPDATE: 10/03/08
Following the debate, I must compliment Ms Ifill on her professionalism and fairness. She was a non-factor which is as it should be.
It's only fair for me to say so, considering I had serious concerns.


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