Over at the unfair and unbalanced Fox News network, Chris Wallace completely flipped out on one of President Donald Trump’s senior campaign advisors on Sunday. The way one conservative media outlet described it, the video shows the presidential debate moderator as he “has a meltdown and shows his true colors.”
Chris Wallace flies his true colors
Fox News showed just how unbalanced they and their newer, more “moderate” personalities are. Steve Cortes poked Chris Wallace, the man who filled in for Joe Biden during the Presidential debate, into showing his true colors. Wallace hoisted the Jolly Roger of anarchy when his bickering in circles over Covid-19 masks wasn’t getting him anywhere.
Chris Wallace was waving the liberal pride colors as he glibly tangled with Cortes over the decision made by the First Family and White House chief of staff Mark Meadows not to wear masks during the debate. Wallace simply couldn’t believe the way they questioned the infallible wisdom of the Cleveland Clinic.
Wallace thought that he laid down a solid unquestionable law at the beginning of the debate night that everyone would abide by the rules set forth by the chosen experts. Just like on the debate stage, once he got excited, he couldn’t help flying his New World Order supporting colors. “the regulations from the Cleveland Clinic ‘could not have been more clear’ that everyone in the audience had to wear a mask,” he sniveled. Suddenly the audience is much more important than the fact that the Democratic candidate for president stood there and looked stupid while the allegedly neutral moderator argued liberal talking points with the President of the United States.
Everyone was tested and properly distanced
Mr. Cortes made Wallace’s face show all the colors of the rainbow, one-by-one from red with anger, to green, to blue, and finally purple, before his head exploded in liberal gibberish. “Chris, we believe that masks are very useful, the president has worn them on many occasions, including visiting the hospital where he is now a patient, [and] when he was visiting as commander-in-chief as a guest to visit soldiers there, he wore a mask. So we believe in masks,” Cortes calmly pointed out. “We also believe in some element of individual choice.” All Wallace could do was resort to playground taunting. “They weren’t distanced and there were rules, and there was no freedom of choice. They broke the rules,” Wallace whined.
That’s when President Donald Trump’s campaign manager hit him between the eyes so hard that he’s still seeing colors. “The way you’re starting to harangue me now actually reminds me of what you did to the president during that debate on Tuesday night.” The Trump official doesn’t mind tough questions, on the debate stage, he welcomes “reasonably tough questions. But what I don’t think is okay is for you to become the effective opposition to the president. Okay?”
Chris did the Joe Biden act and looked levelly at the camera to let his true colors ooze out smooth and slow. “Steve, let me simply say the president interrupted me and the vice president 145 times, so I object to saying I harangued the president. I know it’s the talking point.” Nobody mentioned that at least 120 of the times he was interrupted by President Trump were because he wouldn’t let the President complete what he was saying. The other twenty five were to step in like a referee when Biden was whimpering on the mat with his gloves over his head. Not what most Americans call “fair and impartial.”