CNN’s Don Lemon urges media to ‘turn the cameras on,’ disobey ‘blackballing’ White House

The White House invites reporters inside to take part in their press briefings, so it would stand to reason that White Home authorities should choose the guidelines, like whether or not to allow recordings or turn on the television cameras.But CNN’s Don

Lemon has a various idea– civil disobedience, of sorts, and while talking about the matter on Monday he stated as much to another whiner on his network, Jim Acosta.Responding to Acosta accusing the White House of”blackballing”their company, Lemon stated,” Why do not you simply turn the cams on?” “Would they take our press qualifications

away?” Acosta responded.”I do not know. Would they kick me from the White Home if I were to start rolling with my phone? I do not know.”To which Lemon replied: “I believe someone has to take a stand and turn the

video cameras on and see what the implications are. They can’t kick everyone out.”Yeah, we’re not exactly sure it would be smart to test this, Don, but it would certainly enjoyable seeing Jim try!The exchange was discussed on Tuesday’s version of Fox News’ “Outnumbered,”where Meghan McCain knocked the press reporters for going “on TELEVISION wanting to have a Twitter moment, desiring to be well-known.”See the exchange listed below: Op-ed views and viewpoints revealed are exclusively those of the author and do not always represent the views of BizPac Review.Wake up right! Receive our complimentary early morning news blast HERE

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