CNN CELEBRATES HILLARY’S BIG NIGHT WITH BOOS & MUSIC. DOESN’T DISGUISE BIAS.

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CNN showed its liberal bias on Thursday night, and they did not try to disguise it whatsoever.

Following the balloon drop at the DNC Convention, the CNN staff celebrated the Hillary Clinton nomination by holding a massive party at its make-shift studio in Philadelphia.

CNN anchorman, Wolf Blitzer, and CNN contributor, Gloria Borger, were caught on camera dancing and singing as the song ‘Sweet Caroline’ blasted through the studio. In the video Blitzer is also seen gulping white wine. CNN proudly aired the ‘behind the scenes’ clip on its morning program today.

Blitzer’s celebration should come as no shock to viewers. The anchorman touted his liberal bias throughout CNN’s coverage of the DNC event. For example, at the conclusion of nearly every speech given during the convention, Blitzer used words like ‘very powerful’, ‘very emotional’, and ‘extremely moving’ to describe what he had heard. And when a speaker criticized Trump, Blitzer was sure to emphasize with glee and passion how the speech was a “blistering” assault on the GOP nominee.

Sadly, it doesn’t end with Blitz and CNN.  Joe Scarborough, the former Republican who served in congress for years but now hosts a morning show on MSNBC, told GOP congressional candidates they should “loose Trump” and tell their constituents now that they are no longer in support of the party’s nominee.  See the video.

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