If you needed any more proof that the media is completely unfair and unbalanced, this is a story for you.
ABC News has chosen Jorge Ramos as one of the moderators for the next Democrat debate.
The Washington Free Beacon reports:
ABC News Chooses ‘Full-on Trump Combatant’ as Debate Moderator
One of ABC’s moderators for the next Democratic presidential primary debate is a journalist who has said it is impossible to be “neutral” on President Donald Trump.
This week ABC News unveiled its moderators for September’s debate, and one is the influential Univision anchor Jorge Ramos, who’s known as a “Trump combatant.” Ramos will moderate the debate alongside George Stephanopoulos, David Muir, and Linsey Davis.
The Hill’s Joe Concha called attention to Ramos’s vocal political views in an op-ed Thursday. Concha wrote that Ramos is “an opinion-maker, particularly on immigration — and an activist,” pointing to Ramos’s past writing on how journalists should react to the Trump presidency.
“It doesn’t matter who you are — a journalist, a politician or a voter — we’ll all be judged by how we responded to Donald Trump. … neutrality is not an option,” Ramos wrote in a 2016 Time essay.
Additionally, Ramos wrote in his 2018 book that “I’m completely convinced that on certain issues you have to take a stand. You can’t remain neutral. … I cannot remain silent.”
As if that’s not bad enough, George Stephanopoulos will also be moderating. You know, the guy who worked for Bill Clinton.
USA Today reports:
ABC announces moderators and details for the third Democratic debate in Houston
Wednesday, ABC News announced the moderators and details for the third Democratic debate at Texas Southern University, a historically black university, in Houston.
The network will co-host the debate, scheduled for Sept. 12 and possibly 13, with Univision. The event will air on ABC, Univision, KTRK-TV and on ABC News Live.
The debate will be hosted by four moderators: ABC News chief anchor George Stephanopoulos, “World News Tonight” anchor David Muir, ABC News correspondent Linsey Davis and Univision anchor Jorge Ramos.
There are 10 candidates who have qualified for the debates by meeting a 2% threshold in four national or early-state polls and securing at least 130,000 unique donors.
It’s sure to be another clown show.