CNN apparently cut the cord on a reporter beginning to criticize Hillary Clinton in a video segment that could double as a Saturday Night skit.
On Tuesday, when CNN reporter Brianna Keilar began to shift her report to explaining Hillary Clinton’s “vulnerabilities” with the coveted minority voting bloc, a necessity for Democrat election victories, the screen suddenly went black and the mic went silent.
“Remember, Hillary Clinton has some vulnerabilities herself even as she calls for criminal justice reform,” Keilar said. “Because of her support in the 1990’s for anti-crime legislation that ultimately help contribute to this era of mass incarceration that she now speaks out to agai…..”
The blackout was blamed on “technical difficulties.”
Keilar was referring to the 1994 Crime Bill, passed during her husband’s administration, a bill both Hillary and Bill Clinton supported.
In May of last year, Bill Clinton renounced his support of his 1994 crime bill, bowing to the current winds of political correctness.
How many times do you see the screen go entirely black during a live TV broadcast — it’s extremely rare. This reeks.