November 28, 2007 | Filed Under 00Publius Contributor, Democrats/Leftists, Elections, Media Bias, Military, News, President, Security/Safety, Society/Culture, Uncategorized, Warner Todd Huston | 6 Comments
General Keith Kerr who appeared as a “spontantous” questioner on CNN’s YouTube Republican Debates hosted by Anderson Cooper is a member of the Hillary Clinton campaign. But this was not mentioned upfront, Kerr treated as a regular, spontaneous questioner. Shouldn’t that have been made clear to the audience? Or does CNN think it’s OK to sandbag the GOP candidates with a Hillary operative without mentioning it?
In fact, he was so interesting to the CNN folks that they not only had his YouTube video question but he was there in person to ask follow up questions.
Here is the information about General Kerr’s efforts for the Hillary Clinton campaign:
On the eve of the 38th anniversary of Stonewall, Hillary for President announced the formation of “LGBT Americans for Hillary,” a national steering committee of over 65 leaders in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community. Members of the steering committee include LGBT elected officials, activists from national LGBT and Democratic Party political groups as well as leaders from the worlds of business, entertainment and sports. This leadership committee will work with the campaign on several areas including political outreach, communications, policy advice and counsel, and fundraising….
At the tail of the info about this Hillary committee is a list of those who have joined Hillary’s efforts:
LGBT Americans For Hillary Steering Committee Members (Committee In Formation)*:
(Among the many members is…)
Keith Kerr, retired Colonel., U.S. Army; retired Brigadier General, California National Reserve
And, what does this endorsement mean? According to Hillary’s website:
* Members of LGBT AMERICANS FOR HILLARY have endorsed Hillary Clinton for President in their individual capacity. The names of past or present affiliations are included to assist in identifying the individuals listed and do not indicate any endorsement by that group or organization.
So, what do you all think? Was this a stealth Hillary shill by CNN?
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