DNC again accused of rigging debate with dead mic stunt


The democratic party is in dire straits at the moment, but you wouldn’t be able to tell by their behavior.

This new wave of liberal lunacy began in earnest back in 2016, after it was revealed that the DNC was working hand-in-hand with the Hillary Clinton campaign in order to rig the primary elections in the former First Lady’s favor.  The backlash was immense, and not just among the ‘Bernie bros’ who were jilted outright; the entire democratic party took a credibility hit with the inexcusable stunt.

You would think that this revelation would have the DNC minding their P’s and Q’s during the run-up to 2020.  Instead, they’re up to their old tricks, attempting to silence one of their own candidates.

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White House hopeful Andrew Yang was largely a nonfactor at Thursday’s presidential debate, but the political novice afterward blamed his scant airtime on technical difficulties.

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Speaking to supporters following the debate, the Silicon Valley businessman leveled an accusation that the debate’s producers had cut off his mic when he wasn’t speaking, thus robbing him of the chance to interject as other candidates continuously did throughout the night.

“There were also a few times, FYI, where I just started talking, being like, ‘Hey, I’d like to add something there,’ and my mic was not on,” Yang told his fans. “It’s not like if you start talking it all of a sudden takes over the convo. It’s like I was talking and nothing was happening.”

Yang continued his criticism online.

He echoed that sentiment in a string of tweets Friday, writing that “I feel bad for those who tuned in to see and support me that I didn’t get more airtime. Will do better (my mic being off unless called on didn’t help) and glad to have another opportunity in July (and afterwards)!”

Yang spoke for merely three minutes during his time in the debate, which ranks as the least amount of exposure among any of the twenty democrats who took the stage over the course of the two night affair.

 

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