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On on June 6, co-anchor Poppy Harlow claimed that this testimony had global appeal: “We will all be watching – the world will be watching – 48 hours from now.” Later, Harlow repeated: “Switching gears to the highly anticipated – which I think is underselling this – testimony of Comey on Thursday, where the world, I think, is gonna stop and watch.” In the same broadcast, co-anchor John Berman compared the Comey testimony to famous hearings in the past – although for some reason he could only think of ones that put conservatives in the bull’s eye.
“And look, we are just 48 hours away now from what could be some of the most consequential testimony in Congress, really since Watergate. Fired FBI Director James Comey, he will testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee.” Apparently Berman doesn’t think that the Bill Clinton impeachment hearings were very consequential.
Former FBI Director James Comey has not said a single word in public, but the liberal media have been salivating for days over his upcoming testimony on Thursday.
Case in point: from noon on Thursday (June 1) when the date for the testimony was set, until noon today (June 7), CNN has already devoted more than 10 hours of coverage to testimony that has yet to even occur.
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