REPORT: Moderator Of The Final Presidential Debate Has Deep Ties To The Democrats

The 2020 election will be remembered for years as the moment millions of Americans realized our system of presidential debates is completely rigged by and for the Democrats.

First we had an awful and biased debate moderated by Chris Wallace, one of the liberal anti-Trump voices on FOX News.

Then the second debate was cancelled when it was revealed that the moderator was sharing anti-Trump messages on Twitter.

Now we learn that the moderator of the third and final debate – who is another liberal journalist – has deep ties to the Democrats.

The New York Post reports:

Kristen Welker, upcoming presidential debate moderator, has deep Democrat ties

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Welker comes from an established Democratic family — who have poured cash into party coffers, and to Trump opponents, for years.

Her mother, Julie Welker, a prominent real estate broker in Philadelphia, and father, Harvey Welker, a consulting engineer, have donated tens of thousands of dollars to Democratic candidates and close to $20,000 to Barack Obama alone.

There was also $3,300 for Joe Biden’s 2020 campaign and $2,100 for Hillary Clinton’s doomed 2016 presidential effort against Trump. Another $7,300 was contributed to the Democratic National Committee between 2004 and 2020.

In 2012, Welker and her family celebrated Christmas at the White House with the Obamas.

Though Kristen Welker’s party registration is not listed today, she was a registered Democrat in Washington, DC, in 2012 and in Rhode Island in 2004.

The topics for this debate have now been released and they skew liberal too. Take a look:

No questions about the economy or immigration. Amazing.

The people who control the debates are not even trying to hide their bias anymore.

 

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