Bolling: Miss USA Contestants Get Tougher Questions Than Hillary
In his "Wake Up, America" segment today, Eric Bolling called out the media for taking it easy on Hillary Clinton.
Bolling said it's no secret that the vast majority of the mainstream media is left-leaning and is engaged in a "love affair" with liberal politicians.
He warned that can become dangerous when the media fails to ask politicians, like Clinton, the tough questions.
"They'll be the next policy makers, the pilots of the Supreme Court direction, the shapers of our government, sure, but also the shapers of our lives going forward, as well," Bolling said.
To illustrate his point, Bolling ran down a list of questions that were asked this week to Clinton and questions that were asked to Miss USA contestants.
The presumptive Democratic presidential nominee was asked softballs like: "Is it setting in that you might be making some serious history?" and "Do you feel the weight of what a female presidential nominee means to people?"
The beauty pageants contestants, on the other hand, were asked about social and economic inequality, women in combat and foreign policy.
"Even Miss USA contestants were asked tougher questions than Hillary Clinton," Bolling said, stating that the mainstream media should be "ashamed."
"Ask the tough questions. Better yet, ask the questions posed to Miss USA."
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