Colton Haab, one of the survivors of last week’s school shooting in Parkland Florida backed out of CNN’s “town hall” yesterday.
He planned to ask questions about having armed security on school grounds, but CNN wanted him to ask pre-scripted questions instead.
ROTC student Colton Haab, who shielded students from the school gunman, says CNN scripted the entire townhall event and censored him from asking the questions that he wanted to ask.
CNN is pure propaganda. pic.twitter.com/AD1e7uGMV9
— Ryan Saavedra 🇺🇸 (@RealSaavedra) February 22, 2018
Well, CNN is not at all happy that this survivor’s story is going viral.
And just a short time ago, they responded by calling Colton Haab of Parkland a liar.
CNN response to the claim of a "scripted question" for last night's town hall: pic.twitter.com/Mz1hMqqfkw
— CNN Communications (@CNNPR) February 22, 2018
Now, I know what you’re thinking:
Oh, Dianny. You’re being a little over-the-top in your rhetoric, don’t you think?
Yeah, I am. But I didn’t make these rules.
As Kurt Schlichter loves to point out, the Left made the rules; we’re just playing by them.
And when we play by the same rules as the Left, they suddenly discover that they hate the new rules they created.
After all, it’s the Left that is lecturing us and saying if we criticize or disagree with the survivors of Parkland, we are awful, hateful people. Any dispute of their claims is portrayed as “attacking” survivors.
They’re the ones who insist that the loudest voices from Stoneman Douglas High School are above reproach.
And I’m just playing by their rules.
Colton Haab is a survivor from Stoneman Douglas High School. Therefore, he is above reproach.
That’s how the rules go.
So CNN issuing a statement saying, “There is absolutely no truth to this,” means CNN is calling this survivor — who is above reproach — a liar.
They are “attacking” this young man who went through so much.
Hey, they’re your rules, CNN.
Now, live with them.
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