Here is video of CNN Anchor Erin Burnett talking about President Obama’s claim in a recent interview that he goes “skeet shooting all the time” at Camp David. Burnett asked liberal Roland Martin if you are going to say “all the time, don’t you have to prove it?”
Of course, Martin does not think it matters, but Obama is the one who claimed he enjoys skeet shooting “all the time.” No one made him say that. Burnett is absolutely right.
Toward the end of the segment, GOP Rep. Marsha Blackburn challenges Obama to invite her to a skeet shooting match. “I bet I’ll beat him,” she said!
Here is video of CNN’s Erin Burnett nailing Barack Obama and his Campaign operative Stephanie Cutter on their attack on Mitt Romney that he wants to give a %5 Trillion tax cut to Americans, particularly to the rich, without paying for reduction in tax rates. Burnett points out to Cutter than their analysis shows Romney does NOT propose a $5 Trillion tax cut because he will close some deductions and exemptions along with lowering rates. This will be accompanied by economic growth, thus paying for the reduction in rates. In the course of their back and forth, Cutter admits the $5 Trillion number is the sum of lowering rates, but does not take into account any closing of exemptions, loopholes and deductions, nor does it take into account any economic growth that will result from lowering rates! She got very defensive when Burnett pointed that out. Cutter essentially admits here they are deliberately not telling the truth about what Mitt Romney is proposing.
I wish for once someone in the media would ask when Barack Obama suddenly got concerned about the deficit and debt? He wants to throw stones at Romney’s plan when he is the man who has more than doubled the annual budget deficit AND added nearly $6 Trillion to the National Debt! He and his minions are the LAST people on earth Americans should take seriously on what to do or not do about reducing the debt.
Here is video of CNN’s Erin Burnett crticizing the RNC for it’s recent “Obama’s War on Women” ad. A clip of Burnett was used in the ad, and she’s not happy about it.
While she does allude to both parties having used the “war on women” rhetoric, she does not point out that the RNC ad was specific push-back on the Democrats’ mantra over the past month that Republicans are waging a war on women by trying to prevent access to contraception. The Democrats have desperately tried to cover Obama’s war on religious liberty with this narrative, and the media has done everything they can to help him. When Republicans do one ad turning the tables on Democrats, the media gets defensive. Such is the double-standard faced by Republicans every day of the year.
Here is video of CNBC’s Mark Haynes talking to Erin Burnett of CNBC about the blown call that cost Armando Galarraga a Perfect Game the other day.
Haynes led into the discussion by showing video of the missed call, before turning to Burnett. Burnett responded with how beautifully she thought both the player and the umpire handled everything and just kind of shrugged off the fact the pitcher got robbed of a Perfect Game!
Haynes listened to her, paused, and then said, “This is why women aren’t in charge of sports.”
An obviously shocked Erin Burnett responded, “Oh my, you know what, I think that this is a moment that should be passed over at this moment.”