CNBC Debate Executive is Former Clinton Staffer


Well, well, well.  Imagine that.  Brian Steel, senior vice president of communications at CNBC, was the executive on hand.  He is also a former White House staffer, who held three positions under President Bill Clinton.  He was  a domestic policy adviser to Vice President Al Gore, served as Deputy Assistant Attorney General for Policy Development and  associate director of the department’s Office of Public Affairs.  Isn’t that a coinkidink?  Hey!!!  I just realized, Bill Clinton’s wife is running for president, isn’t she?

So a former staffer for Hillary Clinton’s husband was in charge of a debate in which moderators asked questions like “Aren’t you running a comic campaign, Donald Trump?” and “Can you do math, Ben Carson?” and, well, you get the idea.  Steel said that he was in charge of planning the event and revving up publicity for the event.  Wouldn’t choosing the moderators be part of the planning of the event?  That might explain why a debate on the economy didn’t pick Jim Cramer or Rick Santelli to be the main moderators, since they are the biggest stars with the most knowledge of the subject at hand.

Many liberal journalists as well as conservative ones have condemned the questioning by the alleged journalists from CNBC.  The questions were something you would never see in a debate with Hillary.  Maybe they just couldn’t think of tough questions for her.  Maybe I can help:

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