BUSTED: Man Who Asked Elizabeth Warren Question In Viral Moment At CNN Event Was One Of Her Donors

Elizabeth Warren had a moment at the recent, poorly rated, CNN LGBT town hall event that the media has caused to go viral.

What everyone didn’t know until now is that the man who asked the question was one of her maxed-out donors.

For some strange reason, CNN failed to mention this.

The Washington Free Beacon reports:

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CNN Failed to Disclose Warren Town Hall Questioner Was Maxed-Out Donor

Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren’s zinger at an LGBT town hall may have gone viral, but CNN failed to disclose that the questioner donated the federal maximum to her 2018 Massachusetts Senate campaign.

CNN’s Chris Cuomo introduced Morgan Cox at the Thursday town hall as “the chair of the Human Rights Campaign board of directors” who was part of “a real estate investment firm in Dallas, Texas.” Cox asked Warren what she would say if “a supporter approaches you and says, ‘Senator, I’m old-fashioned and my faith teaches me that marriage is between one man and one woman.'”

“Well, I’m going to assume it’s a guy who said that and I’m going to say, ‘Then just marry one woman. I’m cool with that,'” Warren said, before adding to uproarious laughter, “Assuming you can find one.”

The CNN chyron described Cox as “Chair, Human Rights Campaign Board of Directors.” It could have just as easily identified Cox as “Donor, Elizabeth Warren.”

Cox’s Twitter profile indicates that his full name is “Morgan W. Cox III” and he is a partner at the investment firm Marquis Group. The Marquis Group is located in Plano, Tex., part of the larger Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area.

The left is positively giddy about this:

People are calling her out for this:

Is anything about Elizabeth Warren genuine?

Even one thing?

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