Saturday, June 15, 2024

Ariz. Dem. Katie Hobbs Hammered for Disastrous CNN Interview

'Even a CNN host seems dumbfounded at the abortion extremism of Katie Hobbs... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Democrat Arizona secretary of state and gubernatorial candidate Katie Hobbs has made gaffe after gaffe on the campaign trail as she does her best to lose to Republican candidate Kari Lake.

After weeks of refusing to debate Lake, it has become increasingly clear why: Hobbs is incapable of answering questions or responding to prompts in public settings, the Conservative Treehouse reported.

Recently, Hobbs went on CNN to answer softball questions, but she performed so poorly that the corporate media hacks at CNN did not even bother to upload the footage to YouTube.

CNN host Dana Bash had just wrapped up an interview attempting but failing to make Kari Lake look bad. She then turned her attention to Hobbs, who responded with a complete dud of an interview.

Bash in turn asked Hobbs to respond to three different questions, none of which Hobbs answered.

First, she asked if there should there be limits to abortion, then for an explanation as to why she won’t debate Kari Lake, and finally whether or not President Joe Biden ought to shoulder the blame for America’s inflation crisis.

Hobbs proceeded to pronounce only bureaucratic fluff in response to Bash’s direct questions, which demanded direct responses.

Her style of not telling the public anything about her views stands in contrast to Lake, who answers questions with frankness.

Hobbs has been increasingly choking in recent weeks.

Just last week, she ran away from a Project Veritas reporter so quickly that she spilled an enormous soda and left the trash in order to escape having to answer any questions.

She was humiliated last week after being unable to explain in a recent interview what lessons she drew from the state’s robust Latino community.

Despite the real reasons for avoiding a debate with Lake being obvious, Hobbs has tried to make excuses for herself.

Headline USA’s Mark Pellin contributed to the report

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