Friday, November 06, 2015

The losers of the CNBC debate













CNBC has had record low rating for a long time now.  The same goes for it's sister network MSNBC.  The wizards of smart who once owned MSNBC and CNBC General Electric never figured out the simple concept that people just want unbiased news, and the current owners Comcast hasn't learned that lesson either, so viewers have spoken by tuning both of them out. The CNBC debate could have been a memorable and informative debate for all the right reasons, but the progressive hack/ news director of CNBC decided it was more important to have Democratic activists Carl Quintanilla, Becky Quick, John Harwood to be the so called moderators of a Republican Debate instead. There are two people who for some crazy reason still work for CNBC who would have been perfect moderators for that the debate but weren't, because the debate would have been a true one if they were. Reince Priebuss should have demanded that Larry Kudlow and Rick Sentelli have been the moderators. If it was me, it would have been a no brainer to have done that. The progressive bias of the NBC family is well documented.. This is a video I created back in 2009 when, the panelists on MSNBC reported on "white people" showing up at an Obama health care rally with guns strapped to their waste. Yeah about that.



We can't forget this little nugget from MSNBC's Ed Schultz in which he tried to imply that Rick Perry was a racist during his 2012 run.. Ed selectively cut off a point in Rick's speech in which he was referring to the national debt as being a big black cloud, again yeah about that.  It's bias like this it's no wonder why CNBC was the biggest loser of their own debate.



9 Comments:

Anonymous Vincent said...

Rick Sentelli is a very passionate guy about the United States and very worried about the debt we are growing. He and economist Kudlow would have made the debate not only a success, and by success I don't mean slanted my way, but mean substantive arguments, but also a fun show. CNBC blew it.

10:03 PM  
Anonymous Vincent said...

"It is difficult to get a man to understand something when his job depends on not understanding it."- Upton Sinclair
Just read this quote and thought of the racialists like Ed Schultz and Al Sharpton.

9:59 PM  
Blogger renee xuereb said...

The RINO establishment under the leadership of Rience Priebus and Karl Rove of course, are part of the problem. They are so desperate in obtaining the appeasement of the left that they allow fellow presidential candidates to step into a pit of vipers, just so that they can get stung! We witnessed this evidence during the 2008 and 2012, presidential candidacies of John Mc "Shame" and "Mittens' Romney. Two of the most, disappoinrting presidential candidates in which we've we've seen in years. And just think, if Donald Trump had not stepped into this latest presidential arena, most conservatives would have been forced to rally behind another losing RINO in the manner of the extremely dull and uninspiring, Jeb Bush! It was a monumental moment to witness how Ted Cruz, Mike Huckabee, Marco Rubio , Donald Trump and Ben Carson handled themselves during that ridiculous CNBC slugfest masking itself off as a presidential debate.

Many of us saw this coming as we had with the CNN debates. Fox News who hosted the first televised presidential debates on the other hand, were a major disappointment and also proved themselves to be nothing more than shills of Democrat left and Obama. The Republican establishment along with Fox News are co-conspiriting allies against conservatism and the tea party. Had Mr. Trump not step into this presidential arena, many of would have unfortunately glided along in relying on both of these entities for our daily source of information pertaining towards conservative challenges. The man has completely transformed the presidential race and exposed the greedy lobbyists and Super Pacs for the frauds they truly are. He has also started the wheels in motion in challenging the dishonest media.

I was happy when he decided to challenge the dishonesty of Fox News after being unjustly attacked by the overrated Megyn Kelly and the other two Fox moderators who followed her lead in trying to discredit him during their highly rated, first presidential debate. The Rino Establishment is in desperate need of a complete transformation as is the presidential debates. Liberal Democrat supporting moderators cannot continue to dominate these debates as they have in the pass and get away with attacking the conservative incumbents, just so that they can destroy their credibility. We witnessed this dishonest tactic especially when Mitt Romney allowed his presidential hopes to literally fizzle after being railroaded by Democrat plant, and moderator, Candi Crowley who sided with then presidential incumbant, Barack Oabama during the second, televised debates in 2012! Romney should have disqualified her publicly on air while dismissing the entire debate for allowing that corpulent cretin to inject her support for a fellow presidential candidate during a major debate!

7:34 AM  
Anonymous Indigo said...

Some are calling for GOP debate moderators who are NOT journalists. (Many MSM “journalists”are conditioned to make a name for themselves and “get the scoop, the dirt”). Some have recommended using Republicans who can scrutinize the candidates views on the MAIN ISSUES.

At http://www.caintv.com/how-to-fix-these-god-awful-deb
Saying "No more journalists, no more moderators, no more questions," Herman Cain
says, a college professor could announce topics and lay out ground rules for responses and rebuttals. Then whatever the topic, like Tax Policy, Spending,Regulatory policy, Health Care, or Foreign interventions, the viewer can decide for themselves about the candidates.

8:55 AM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

The Fox Business debate was how a business debate should be. It was so good that even CNN gave them props.

"Vincent said...
Rick Sentelli is a very passionate guy about the United States and very worried about the debt we are growing. He and economist Kudlow would have made the debate not only a success, and by success I don't mean slanted my way, but mean substantive arguments, but also a fun show. CNBC blew it."

Rick and Larry would have saved the credibility of CNBC or would have at least would have unknowingly masked CNBC's bias through their honesty and integrity. Hopefully one day, Roger Ailes will extend a job offer to Larry and Rick, because they would be a perfect fit on a true financial news network.

Vincent said..."It is difficult to get a man to understand something when his job depends on not understanding it."- Upton Sinclair"

That is so true. That's why idiots like Ed Schultz and other morons on MSNBC come off sounding like deranged kooks, because they are out of touch with reality and the thinking of normal thinking people. Logic is a foreign concept to the left and always will be.

renee xuereb said..."The RINO establishment under the leadership of Rience Priebus and Karl Rove of course, are part of the problem"

The GOP establishment doesn't see themselves as the problem, because they don't want to. For them to admit it would mean they would have to turn against the country club moderate donor base, and that isn't going to ever ever ever ever happen. Money is the milk of politics and those who cut those big checks are their sacred cows. I can't stand Karl Rove and his stupid white board. He acts like he's the only presidential campaign manager to have been apart of a winning campaign. He's not as smart as he thinks he is.

renee xuereb said " if Donald Trump had not stepped into this latest presidential arena, most conservatives would have been forced to rally behind another losing RINO in the manner of the extremely dull and uninspiring, Jeb Bush! It was a monumental moment to witness how Ted Cruz, Mike Huckabee, Marco Rubio , Donald Trump and Ben Carson handled themselves during that ridiculous CNBC slugfest masking itself off as a presidential debate."

The one top that most of the so called conservatives ran away from, Trump embraced it and it catapulted him to the top from day one, illegal immigration. Because Trump can't be bought and isn't beholden to the GOP corporate donors, they desperately want to bring him down badly. But what they don't get is that even if they do damage Trump, his supporters will just go to Carson or Cruz and elevate them to the top. People are so dam sick and tired of "politics as usual". Carson and Trump are two political outsiders who are gaining 50% of the GOP vote. The donors are steaming that they can't elevate Jeb like they did Mittens in 2012.

9:48 PM  
Anonymous Indigo said...

Well, in his recent comments about Ben Carson, Trump messed up big time. He became unraveled. No conservative in their right mind can condone or overlook they way he degraded to the lowest level a man of the background and demeanor of Ben Carson. Based on what he has built up, Can Trump rebound? Yes, and perhaps he needs a little break and refresher from campaigning. But if he barrels ahead that way without correcting his course, Trump will start pushing his supporters to other candidates. I read Carson's "America The Beautiful" book and never once had the idea he was a violent person. Like almost all of us that grew up in the 50 - 70's, I viewed his encounters as one of several "close calls" that could have permanently changed our future, but for the goodness and mercy of God. The way the liberal lapdog media has slandered Carson with their headlines, and now even Trump's making it into political bloodsport, is really sad, and possibly a waste.

8:54 PM  
Anonymous Indigo said...

After multiple thousands of cases over decades and centuries, and now after the massive terrorist murders by jihadists in Paris yesterday, this morning I heard one in the lapdog media say: “We're trying to make sense of what happened.”

Stupid people can cause problems, but it usually takes brilliant people to create a real catastrophe.”
- Thomas Sowell, townhall.com 8-18-15.

8:35 AM  
Anonymous Indigo said...

In my prior comment about Trump, It looks like I was wrong. After the Paris mass killings by jihadists, Trump's lead is reportedly solidifying. However, Carson is still hovering in second place. Obama's promotion of Syrian “refugees” (including admitted ISIS killers and sympathizers), is the exact opposite of the oath of office that he took. Republican Governors are rallying against accepting Syrian refugees. Also the southern borders can let in Mid-easterners as well as Mexicans. (Sowell says, first stop the bleeding.) More numbing, and insane, than Obama, is the naivety about jihadists and the blaming of conservatives for what they do, by multiple millions of leftist democrats. Nevertheless, it is now reported that most Americans now have a deep down concern about the danger of (jihadists) in the USA.

9:35 AM  
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