Why are Twitter, Facebook doing bidding of the Biden campaign?

This is a rush transcript from “Hannity” October 15, 2020. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.

SEAN HANNITY, FOX NEWS HOST: Welcome to “Hannity.” 

Breaking moments ago, NBC fake news did their best to just ambush President Trump at tonight’s town hall. He pretty much debated Savannah Guthrie. 

And what we all witnessed was not journalism. It was a political debate with the morning host of “The Today Show” serving as — well, Joe Biden’s surrogate and it didn’t really work out well for her. 

Questions, topics, tactics all reeking of nothing but pure political bias, of course. In the first few minutes, the president was once again asked for the 400 millionth time to repeat what he has said over and over again, to condemn white supremacy. Take a look.


SAVANNAH GUTHRIE, NBC NEWS ANCHOR: You were asked point blank to denounce white supremacy. In the moment, you didn’t. You’re asking follow-up questions, who specifically? 

A couple of days later, on a different show, you denounced white supremacy. 
My question to you is — 

You’ve done this to me and everybody — 

GUTHRIE: — why doesn’t seem like — 

TRUMP: I denounced white supremacy, OK? 

GUTHRIE: You did two days later.

TRUMP: I denounce white supremacy for years, but you always do it. You always start off with the question.

GUTHRIE: Well — 

TRUMP: You didn’t ask Joe Biden whether or not he denounces Antifa. I watched him in the same basic show with Lester Holt and he was asking questions like Biden was a child.

GUTHRIE: Well, so, this is a little bit of a dodge — 

TRUMP: Are you listening? I denounce white supremacy.


TRUMP: What’s your next question?

GUTHRIE: Do you feel — it feels sometimes you’re hesitant to do so like you wait — 

TRUMP: Here we go again. Every time, in fact, my people came, I’m sure they’ll ask you the white supremacy question. I denounce white supremacy.



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