Chris Wallace moderated the first presidential debate and continuously interrupted President Donald Trump and sided with Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden time and time again.
Wallace Does it Again
Many Republicans were furious with the Democrat moderator who made clear by his actions that he was a Biden super fan.
When it came to the final debate on Thursday, Wallace had opinions on who did better and his answers were anything but shocking.
Wallace said “I think it was a good debate. A good substantive debate. Two competing visions for the Country.
Wallace continued “I thought that Biden had many more specific plans, whether it came to COVID, whether it came to handle climate change, whether it came to how to handle health care.”
Jealousy is Unbecoming
When it came to the final debate, the bias Fox News analysis said he was jealous he didn’t moderate that one.
“Well, first of all, I’m jealous,” he said on Fox News during the network’s live coverage of the event. “I would have liked to have been able to moderate that debate.”
— Martine St-Victor (@MartineMontreal) October 23, 2020
President Trump has been up against top politicians going on witch hunts against him, the mainstream media slandering the airways with fake news, and people like Wallace teaming up against him when they are supposed to be impartial.
“I guess I’m debating you,” Trump told Wallace at one point during the first debate.
It became clear in the first debate in September that the president was in fact having to debate two people.
Biden had gone into hiding for several days before the debate and right around the time the Hunter Biden laptop scandal was breaking.
Wallace found it odd and commented on it on Wednesday, a day before the final debate.
“I’ve never seen that before and certainly not in the two weeks before the election,” said Wallace.
Trump’s Fight Against the Left
One thing is clear from the last almost four years, Democrats have not made it easy on President Trump and if he is re-elected it seems very plausible they will only continue to make it harder for him to advance his goals.