The liberal media and all the egghead data nerds were hard at work this week trying to twist the facts about what people really thought about the debate. Using their fancy models, they put out the idea that viewers overwhelmingly thought Hillary Clinton won.
Fox News’ Sean Hannity didn’t buy that for a second. He saw right through all the phony manipulation. The place where people can really speak their minds, he said is in online polls, where people can vote directly and not in some fishy, nerdy abstract way.
Some Fox News executives, however, have been clearly co-opted by the Hillary media machine. One executive Dana Blanton slammed him by saying, “As most of the publications themselves clearly state, the sample obviously can’t be representative of the electorate because they only reflect the views of those Internet users who have chosen to participate…Another problem — we know some campaigns/groups of supporters encourage people to vote in online polls and flood the results.”
She added “These quickie click items do not meet our editorial standards.” Sean Hannity doesn’t care about these executives’ impractical so-called standards. He doubled-down by saying, “You’ve got this list of polls, Donald Trump wins. You watch TV, Hillary Clinton wins.” Brian Kilmeade backed Hannity up, saying “The online polls show you guys won in overwhelming margins.”
Do you believe Hannity, or the executives?