Don't trust short cable news sound bites from CNN and MSNBC!
* NOTE: This is an update to a post where I posted a 10-minute video of the segments in the debate that dealt with the minimum wage and raising the cap for Social Security. Also, I posted a 5-minute video here with an interesting rant by a guy who streamed the Democratic debate last night, talking about political free speech. The link to the full debate is here, but he says it may not be there for long.
Direct link: New York Debate Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton on Israel (11 minutes) > Don't trust cable news sound bites https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tdpwAWSd6As
(* My related post to Israel: The speech Bernie Sanders did NOT give at AIPAC)
Direct link: New York Debate Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton on NATO (4 minutes) > Don't trust cable news sound bites (A short irrelevant portion of Clinton's diatribe in the very beginning was edited out, but the full debate is here.) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hk0-LWk5BXc
Direct link: New York Debate Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton on Libya/Syria (6 minutes) > Don't trust cable news sound bites https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ywCTr_qlOOM
Full transcript for the Brooklyn New York from CNN:
New York Debate Polls: Bernie Sanders was (by far) the biggest winner.
Previous Polls: Bernie Sanders was also the big winner in all other
previous online polls (see the updates in comments section)
Notes for Search Results:
- WHO: Senator Bernie Sanders and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton
- WHAT: Democratic Primary Debate
- WHEN: Thursday, April 14, 2016 — 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. ET
- WHERE: Brooklyn Navy Yard's Duggal Greenhouse, 63 Flushing Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11205, United States
- WHY: Because the Democratic Party machine wants to nominate Hillary Clinton and "the people" want Bernie Sanders
- HOW: On cable TV at CNN (and locally on NY1), online at CNNgo, on Sirius XM — and on YouTube. (The entire debate was posted at the Bernie 2016 TV Channel after being LIVE streamed. Now, for some reason, you have to manually move the timeline to the very beginning.)
Thursday night’s debate on CNN began at 9 p.m. ET live from the Brooklyn Navy Yard, and also aired locally on NY1. The event was being moderated by CNN's Wolf Blitzer, who was joined by CNN’s Dana Bash and NY1’s Errol Louis. A special edition of Anderson Cooper 360 aired immediately before the debate at 8 p.m. ET, and the network also aired post debate coverage and live analysis from 11 p.m. – 1 a.m. ET. Viewers also accessed coverage through CNNgo. Both CNN International and CNN en Español also carried the broadcast as well, and was listened to on Sirius XM satellite channel 116. The rhetoric between the Sanders and Clinton camps have grown more aggressive in recent weeks, as the underdog grassroots effort out of the Sanders campaign has claimed victory in eight of the previous nine states. The New York City debate finally came about after weeks of cajoling from both campaigns. The New York Democratic primary will be on April 19th.