July 8, 2024

Second Radio Host Admits Biden Team Presented Questions for Interview

Virtually since Joe Biden took office, most of us have believed that the media has been hand-fed questions to give Biden during his interviews.

To this point, the media had denied that was the case.

That changed considerably this week when two journalists came forward to say that is exactly what happened.

The Deception

When the first journalist came forward, it was a stunning revelation, but the White House had more or less dismissed it, and most media outlets were allowing that denial to play out.

Then Wisconsin radio station host Earl Ingram came forward with the same claim, providing a statement to ABC News that stated, "Yes, I was given some questions for Biden.”

Ingraham did not object because he was ecstatic to be able to get the president on his show.

He stated, "To think that I was going to get an opportunity to ask any question to the president of the United States, I think, is a bit more than anybody should expect.

"Certainly the fact that they gave me this opportunity ... meant a lot to me."

Andrea Lawful-Sanders, who hosts "The Source" on WURD in Philadelphia, was the first to come out, having told CNN that the Biden team had sent questions “to me for approval.”

She confirmed that she had approved the questions the campaign wanted Biden to be asked.

CNN pushed back on this idea, stating, "It’s just that if the White House is trying now to prove the vim, vigor, acuity of the president, I don‘t know how they do that by sending questions first before the interview so that the president knows what‘s coming."

Now, that is NOT how interviews are to be conducted, but it does show to what extent the media has been going to cover for Biden and help him.

Biden campaign spokesperson Lauren Hitt tried to take some steam out of the allegations being made, stating, "These questions were relevant to news of the day - the president was asked about this debate performance as well as what he'd delivered for black Americans.

“We do not condition interviews on acceptance of these questions, and hosts are always free to ask the questions they think will best inform their listeners."

Rest assured, this is not the normal operating procedure for an interview, and if any Republican had done this, let alone Donald Trump, everyone would be up in arms.

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