So, this is getting a lot of attention on the interwebs, today:
Yeah, I hate to contradict all of the tweeps who watched that trainwreck live and thought it was a some kind of win for Cunningham, but it wasn’t. He came off as an obnoxious bully, and the Regime apologist, Tamera Holder – one of the most obnoxious libs allowed on Fox, came off as the sympathetic character. Cunningham started the name calling. He started the finger pointing. And when she had had enough and told him to shut up, he said, “know your role and shut your mouth,” which sounded perilously close to “know your place.” Any points he wanted to make about the Atty General’s perjury were lost in the carnage.
Instead of making his case in a calm, reasonable manner, he sucked all the oxygen out of his arguments by behaving like a 12 year old arguing with little sister. It was not good. I almost felt sorry for Tamera by the end, and I don’t like her at all.
In my book that’s a massive fail. Cunningham already had me on his side and he repulsed me, so how successful do you think he was in persuading anyone who hasn’t made up their minds?
He could have made the same arguments including his point about her being a “stooge” (which she is!) in a much classier way.
I really loathe these pissing matches Fox feels obligated to inflict on its audience in order to prove it’s “balanced.” Ugh, and I hope Cunningham isn’t invited back anytime soon.