CNN went to a rally for far-left Democrat Andrew Gillum, who is running for governor of Florida. They picked someone randomly to speak to and it turned out to be his mom. Was this just a coincidence?
The Daily Caller reports:
CNN INTERVIEW APPEARS TO CHOOSE ‘RANDOM’ RALLY GOER — TURNS OUT TO BE ANDREW GILLUM’S MOM
CNN reporter Randi Kaye was conducting interviews at a rally for Florida Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum on Friday when she “randomly” interviewed Gillum’s mother.
Former President Barack Obama spoke in support of Gillum, who currently serves as the mayor of Tallahassee, at a Miami, Florida rally on Friday. Gillum is squaring off against Republican Florida Rep. Ron DeSantis.
Kaye was asking rally attendees if Obama’s speech would affect their vote. One woman, who had not been identified to the audience, replied, “Um, I believe that it will.”
“We picked her randomly out of the crowd, but at the end of our interview when I finally asked her name, it sounded strangely familiar,” Kaye claimed in a voiceover.
“My name is Frances Gillum,” the woman told Kaye. “As a matter of fact, my son is running for governor.”
Watch the video:
CNN: Hey “random” person, will Obama appearing at the Gillum rally today influence you vote?
CNN: OK. What's your name?
VOTER: Francis Gillum. My son is running for governor.
CNN: lol we are propaganda. pic.twitter.com/64d9JP8Svp
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) November 3, 2018
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CNN has become such a joke. It’s sad.
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