Did you notice how this seemed like a rerun of the first Presidential debate in the way debate moderator Elaine Quijano did her best Lester Holt impersonation? All the hard questions were thrown at Republican Gov. Mike Pence while she allowed Sen. Tim Kaine to interrupt at will.
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Quijano turned left from the very first question – citing 1988 liberal, Democratic vice presidential candidate Lloyd Bentsen’s comment about the responsibility of being vice president. She recalled that he said, “if tragedy should occur, the vice president has to step in without any margin for error.”
That set the stage perfectly and signaled viewers that the debate was to be seen consistently from the left. And Quijano didn’t disappoint.
By a factor of 8-to-1, Quijano peppered Pence with tough question after tough question. She reserved just one for Kaine.
Did you see it that way? Was Elaine Quijano Heavily Biased Towards Tim Kaine?