Judge Roy Moore spokesperson Janet Porter gave CNN all they could handle and left them without their soundbite or ammunition to use for the perverted baby-killing Democrat
Roy Moore’s campaign spokeswoman, Janet Porter, made an appearance on the CNN where the host, Poppy Harlow, did her best to corner her into some type of contradiction and to wrest a sound bite that could be used by the Democrats to further besmirch her candidate.
Harlow was congratulated as she welcomed her guest on being eight months pregnant and noting that Moore’s opponent would support killing her baby up even at this late stage, up until birth.
Harlow spends the rest of the interview attempting to make a case against Judge Moore on behalf of most of the accusers separately and as a group, jumping from one to another and slowing down the interview as she belabors the accusations, making sure that they are made again on the CNN air.
Porter references Harlow’s unborn child a second time, stating the fact that Judge Moore’s opponent would allow him to be harvested and his parts sold by Planned Parenthood. Harlow didn’t want to hear that reality, she’s only interested in pinning some of the allegations on Moore.
She mimics Chris Cuomo, talking over Porter as she attempts to answer the question, turning much of the interview into a declaration of the leftists’ accusations. Porter struggles at times to answer the questions, not because of the content, but due to the with deliberately muddled responses that refuted the claims of Gloria Allred and others trying to destroy the Judge through the media.
Porter handles herself quite well, making the most of every opportunity to expose the flaws in the arguments of the left, in as much as the hostile platform permitted.
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