Ben Shapiro Blasts CNN's Anti-Gun Agenda ON CNN
Whoever booked Ben Shapiro on CNN must be getting fired. At a minimum, they probably caught autism when Ben handed them a complimentary Daily Wire tumbler. Low-grade mercury made a good replacement for the asbestos with which the tumblers were originally made.
Shapiro showed up with a clear mission: make Brian Stetler look stupid. Not that it's a hard thing to do. Just ask him "Boxers or briefs?" Then watch as Stetler's teeth bar in frustration.
Ben went off in his trademark Shapiro style: with stiff eyebrows and a rundown of facts cataloging how much CNN sucks. Again, not hard to do. Just ask CNN: "Apple or banana?" The topic of this discussion came down to guns.
“The coverage of the gun debate has been absolutely egregious. And I don’t want to single out your network, but CNN’s been pretty bad on this from a conservative perspective. The idea that when there’s a mass shooting that the media feel the necessity to put on TV not only survivors but specific survivors… and that they decide to single out certain events and not other events in order to make a particular case or they allow certain people to go on TV and suggest that folks like Dana Loesch or people at the NRA are evil, don’t care, they’re terrorists, and there’s no pushback from the anchors.”
CNN's gun coverage is impressive (see WATCH: CNN Uses Army General to Make a Case Against AR-15s. Fails. and CNN Analyst: Women Can’t Conceal Carry Because They Wear Dresses). Mind you, Brian Stetler didn't have a response. All he could say is, "You just don't like journalism. You're trying to destroy journalism."
He was just more subdued about it. Preferring to show his upper and lower chompers as a form of intimidation. Not unlike certain species of monkeys.
Actually Sparky, CNN is doing a fine job of destroying journalism on its own. Generally, creatures don't poo where they eat. This advice seems to have gone over the collective heads of higher-ups at CNN.
All conservatives would like to see if for a little honesty about biases.