3 Questions CNN Hosts Should Ask Biden at Debate

3 Questions CNN Hosts Should Ask Biden at Debate

CNN has been paying the market price for its unwavering leftist media bias. Recent reports indicate the cable network is trying to reform itself—to become a more nonpartisan, reliable news organization.

Anyone who’s sane, sober, and informed knows that Jake Tapper and Dana Bash are going to be loaded with tough questions for former President Donald Trump. Based on their past behavior, they are going to throw everything, including the kitchen sink, at him.

I say fine—do it, so long as it’s based on demonstrable evidence, and not on surveys or conjecture or rumor. But if Tapper and Bash are sincere about proving CNN is acting without partisan bias, they should also ask some serious questions of President Joe Biden.

 Here are three of those questions: 

1) Why are you the No. 1 global financial enabler of the Iranian terrorist regime?

Iran played a material role in helping al Qaeda to perpetrate the 9/11 attack, and had been providing it with aid and assistance at least 10 years prior to, and 10 years after the attack. Iran’s rulers have openly declared that their highest duty is to wipe America and Israel off the face of the Earth, and are building nuclear weapons with which to do just that. 

Further, Iran is the paymaster of the Houthis that are attacking U.S. and other nations’ ships, Hezbollah, the world’s largest anti-U.S. and antisemitic terrorist gang, and Hamas, which perpetrated the slaughter of Jews on Oct. 7.

Knowing all this, President Biden, why have you decided to become the No. 1 global financial enabler of the Iranian terrorist regime?

To summarize:

  • In September 2023, you gave Iran $16 billion in what amounted to a ransom payment.
  • In January 2024—90 days after Iran’s proxy Hamas engaged in the Oct. 7 slaughter, rape, torture and kidnapping of Jews—you lifted oil sanctions on Iran, resulting in their ability to acquire an estimated $90 billion:

All told, this amounts to roughly $150 billion in cash that you’ve enabled the world’s most lethal anti-U.S. terrorist regime to acquire, that you must know has gone into global terrorism. 

President Biden, how do you justify your actions?

2) A two-part question: Why do you incite hatred against America, and against our law enforcement officers, based on falsehoods about race issues?

President Biden, on May 19, while speaking to Morehouse College, you said this:

It’s natural to wonder if democracy you hear about actually works for you. What is democracy if black men are being killed in the street? What is democracy if a trail of broken promises still leave black — black communities behind? What is democracy if you have to be 10 times better than anyone else to get a fair shot?

You must know that this is completely untrue. You must know, as president, that each year, individuals with black skin arrive (legally) on America’s shores with nothing or all their possessions in shopping bags, and in a few years, own their own homes, have built small businesses, or work in skilled professions, right here in this supposedly racist nation.

They achieved their dreams by working hard, in a focused and resilient manner, and took advantage of the unlimited opportunities that America offers—which is why, of the 196 nations on Earth, America is the No. 1 emigration destination, year after year, decade after decade. 

Knowing all this, why would you say such a thing, that you know is both untrue, and can only serve to help incite hatred of America, our government, our law enforcement officers, and our entire culture?

And speaking of inciting racist hatred against America’s police officers, a follow-up: On Oct. 26, 2019, you gave a speech at Benedict College, in which you were asked: “If I were your daughter, what advice would you give me the next time I am stopped by the police?” 

You responded, “If you were my daughter, you’d be a caucasian girl and you wouldn’t be pulled over.”

Again, you know that this is untrue—and can only serve to help incite hatred of, and racist violent against our law enforcement officers. Why would you say such a thing—and will you commit here, tonight, to never do that again?

3) Why do you keep claiming that “Hamas doesn’t represent the Palestinian people,” when every reliable metric shows Palestinians support Hamas by overwhelming margins?

President Biden, since Hamas’ Oct. 7 campaign of murder, rape, torture, and kidnapping against Israeli Jews, you and Secretary of State Antony Blinkin have repeatedly said, in public, some variant of the claim that “Hamas doesn’t represent the Palestinian people.” And it is on this basis that you say once the war is over, you are going to use billions of U.S. tax dollars to create a Palestinian state, that will not be ruled by Hamas.

You’ve done this even though every reliable survey of Palestinians, by Palestinian research organizations—both before and after the Hamas’ Oct. 7 slaughter of Jews—shows the Palestinian people overwhelmingly support Hamas and its genocidal terrorism:

  • If a presidential election were held, Ismail Haniyah, the head of Hamas, would soundly defeat Mahmoud Abbas, the head of Fatah.
  • By 3-to-2 margin, Palestinians say Hamas deserves to represent them.
  • 83% of Palestinians in the West Bank, and 64% in the Gaza Strip, say they support Hamas’ Oct. 7 terrorist attack.
  • More than 70% of Palestinians in both regions reject any “two-state solution,” and instead want Israel destroyed, to be replaced by a Palestinian nation.

Why do you keep repeating the false claim that “Hamas doesn’t represent the Palestinian people,” when you know it is not true—and that any U.S. taxpayer money you give them will be used to enable Hamas to continue its terror campaign against Israeli Jews?

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Tony Beasley
Tony Beasley writes for the Local News, US and the World Section of ANH.