Chris Wallace: If Ron Paul Wins In Iowa, It Will Discredit The Iowa Caucuses [video]


The Northwest Report
December 16, 2011

Chris Wallace made a controversial statement on Neil Cavuto’s show when Neil Cavuto asked him what a Ron Paul win at the Iowa Caucus would mean. Chris Wallace replied with “the Ron Paul people are not going to like me saying this, but to a certain degree it will discredit the Iowa Caucuses…”

Although Chris Wallace is certainly entitled to his opinion, he demonstrates the disconnection between the mainstream media reality. The reality is that a growing number of people are awakening to the truth and they are voting accordingly. More and more people are discovering that the Federal Reserve is to blame for most of our problems and Ron Paul certainly reflects those beliefs. In accordance, Ron Paul’s following and poll numbers have increased by leaps and bounds since the last time he ran in 2008. One Youtube member stated the following:

Ron Paul winning the IA caucus will actually discredit the media. – kin55bluEagle

A growing number of people who are discovering the truth on the internet are realizing how disconnected people like Chris Wallace are. They are realizing that the mainstream media is saturated with the same opinions that reflect special interests and not the average citizen who they claim to represent.

Video Source: Fox News

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