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Rep. James Comer Says CNN Is ‘Playing To A Low IQ Audience’

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Rep. James Comer (R-KY) accused CNN of being aligned with the Democratic Party, following an interview with Jake Tapper where Tapper questioned the merits of the House Republicans’ impeachment push against President Biden.

Comer suggested that Tapper was catering to a low IQ audience and implied that CNN is influenced by the Democratic National Committee.

This accusation aligns with longstanding conservative complaints about media bias. (Trending: Joe Biden Emailed Hunter’s Business Associates 54 Times)

“He’s making your investigation sound like a joke, and he’s trying to make you look like a joke,” Newsmax host Rob Finnerty said to Comer.

“And then half of America sees that, and they think your investigation is a joke. How do you work around that? How do you work through that?”

“You know, Jake Tapper is an intelligent guy, but he’s playing to a low IQ audience,” Comer said.

“You know, CNN just is hemorrhaging viewers every day. And Jake’s doing what he’s told by his bosses at CNN, who are doing what they’re told by their bosses, the Democratic National Committee.”

“I mean, CNN is a wholly owned, unprofitable subsidiary of the Democratic National Committee.”

Tapper has been vocal in his criticism of the House GOP and has pushed back against their claims regarding the Biden impeachment push.

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