James Woods Comedic Flair Sums Up Tuesday's Debate In The Best Way
If you watched the debate Tuesday you could see that although Chris Wallace is a host from Fox, he was not remaining all that neutral when it came to interruptions. As many have pointed out he seemed very biased against the president. So much so in fact that he drew the attention of conservative James Woods, who took to Twitter and let Wallace have it.
"President Trump crushed his opponent Chris Wallace head to head in the debate. There was also another fellow wandering around muttering to himself," Woods tweeted.
But Woods was not done there and came at Wallace's bias again.
"Chris Wallace is shamelessly biased. It’s a beautiful demonstration of fake news in action. I’m actually glad it’s happening, because you can see it for yourself."
Woods, like most Americans, was frustrated that Wallace was stopping Trump from interrupting Biden, but seemed to let Biden slide far more. I think most viewers were thinking Wallace would have been more neutral or at least leaned in the direction of his network. By the end of the debate, Woods gave Trump credit for dealing with the tough position of unexpectedly being the odd man out.
"Outnumbered and out gunned, Trump was an everyman tough guy who declared very clearly he wasn’t about to take any crap from a tired career political hack and his media gunsel. Imagine if Trump had been able to answer one question uninterrupted and Biden been forced to answer his."
Conservative Strategist Chris Barron also tweeted about the debate and Wallace's poor performance.
"Biden/Wallace won the debate. Don’t try to spin me with some bs. Fox News just handed the most important debate in history to the left. And they did it on purpose. If you have one set of rules you enforce it on all participants. Chris Wallace failed miserably."
It's odd how the debate unfolded. Before this debate, I would have thought Brett Baier or Chris Wallace would be excellent neutral debate moderators. But Fox News Host Wallace really dropped the ball here and failed to be impartial.