Kobach: No More Interviews with Anderson Cooper
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach was livid after CNN host Anderson Cooper allowed leftist legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin to all but smear the gubernatorial candidate as a racist.
“Kris has spent his career trying to prevent black people and poor people from voting,” Toobin said. “That’s been your goal for decades.”
Kobach said on the Todd Starnes Radio Show that he was blown away that CNN would allow a pundit to make such a vile and hateful charge on the air.
“It’s unbelievable that they would stoop that low on CNN,” Kobach said. “I told my communications director that’s my last interview on that show and probably the whole network. I’m definitely not going back on Anderson Cooper.”
It’s not out of the realm of possibility that it was a set-up — especially given the racially-charged comments uttered by CNN host Don Lemon.
“Who knows, maybe they planned it,” Kobach said. “I’m blown away they let that happen.”
Kobach said minorities in Kansas overwhelmingly support election security measures.
“Every single poll – huge majorities of African Americans say they like photo ID and they like proof of citizenship.”
He said charges to the contrary are a “myth” and he blasted Toobin for making racist insinuations.
“He doesn’t know what is in my heart,” Kobach said. “The notion that just because you favor a very good policy that a majority of Americans favor doesn’t make you a racist.”
Like Kobach said — there’s a new definition of racist these days: “It’s a conservative who is winning the argument.”
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