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On the Tuesday October 28th edition of CNN’s “No Bias, no Bull” with Campbell Brown, as she is segwaying from one topic to another to foreshadow an upcoming commercial break she says the following:
*”And, later, you knew it had to happen. Joe the plumber hits the campaign trail. We are going to take you to his first news conference — briefly, believe me.”*
It came during the first twenty minutes of the show, during a back-and-forth panel between “CNN senior political analyst Gloria Borger, Republican strategist and McCain supporter Kevin Madden, and CNN political analyst and Obama supporter Roland Martin.”
You can read the transcript here[http://transcripts.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/0810/28/ec.01.html]
It is about 1/3 of the way down the page.
Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly additionally criticized Brown for her anti-Fox News bias in his “Talking Points Memo” that opens his show that same night. You can see that video here.
Pretty obvious anti-“Joe the Plumber” sentiment. How can she get away with this, especially when her show claims its very name on NO BIAS?