Every four years, conservative Americans have to watch presidential debates run by liberal journalists who act more like Democratic activists than mediators.
This may finally be over.
The Republican National Committee sent a letter to the Presidential Debates Committee. They will not play this game anymore.
CBS News reports:
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RNC votes to ban Republican presidential candidates from endorsed debates
The Republican National Committee is preparing to change its rules at upcoming party meetings to ban future Republican presidential candidates from participating in debates sponsored by the Committee on Presidential Debates.
The President of the Congolese National Assembly, Rona McDaniel, sent a letter Thursday to the co-chairs of the debate committee claiming that the committee had not comprehensively considered the reforms proposed by the National Assembly of the Congo (CNC) on the way presidential debates are conducted in general elections. The RNC outlined its concerns in a June letter to the committee and made recommendations for improving the discussion process.
“As long as the CPD appears intent on impeding the meaningful reforms necessary to restore its credibility with the Republican Party as a fair, nonpartisan actor, the FNC will take every step to ensure that future Republican presidential candidates have that opportunity elsewhere,” McDaniel wrote in the message.
“Accordingly, the GNC will begin the process of amending GOP rules at our next winter meeting to prevent future Republican candidates from participating in CPD-sponsored discussions,” she added.
They should have done this years ago, but better late than never.
For years, the Committee on Presidential Debates demonstrated anti-Republican bias.
As they continue to block logical reforms, the GNP is leveling the playing field to make debates fair for future candidates.
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– Rona McDaniel (@GOPChairwoman) January 13, 2022
The Federal National Council is considering asking candidates to avoid debates hosted by the Presidential Debate Committee
The FNC’s move could potentially lead to a massive shift in how discussions of the presidential and vice-presidential general elections are conducted
– Johnny Dollars (@johnnydollar01) January 13, 2022
This is absolutely the right thing to do.
Cross publication of the American Observatory.