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The Republican National Committee finally solves it

Every four years, conservative Americans have to watch presidential debates moderated by liberal journalists who act more like Democratic activists than moderators.

That could finally be coming to an end.

The Republican National Committee has sent a message to the Presidential Debate Commission. They are not going to play this game anymore.

CBS News reports:

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RNC will vote to ban Republican presidential candidates from participating in sanctioned debates

The Republican National Committee is preparing to change its rules at upcoming party meetings to prohibit future Republican presidential candidates from participating in debates sponsored by the Commission on Presidential Debates.

RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel sent a letter on Thursday to the debating committee co-chairs claiming the committee has not fully considered the RNC’s proposed reforms on the way presidential debates are conducted in the general elections. The RNC outlined its concerns in a June letter to the commission and made recommendations to improve the discussion process.

“As long as the CPD appears to intend to obstruct the significant reforms necessary to restore its credibility with the Republican Party as a fair and non-partisan actor, the RNC will take all steps to ensure that future Republican presidential candidates have that opportunity elsewhere. McDaniel wrote in the letter.

“Accordingly, the RNC will begin the process of amending the Republican Party Rules at our next Winter Meeting to prohibit future Republican candidates from participating in CPD-sponsored debates,” he added.

They should have done it years ago, but better late than never.

This is absolutely the right thing to do.

Cross posted from American Lookout.


Jewel Beaujolie

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