Joe Concha slams ABC for excluding Obama’s border criticism from TV: ‘Bias of omission’

Fox Information contributor Joe Concha referred to as out ABC for its resolution to take away former President Barack Obama’s criticism of ‘open borders’ from a televised interview. Concha argued on “Fox & Pals First” the exclusion was a show of “bias of omission” and that the community “selected to not air it as a result of it largely serves on the pleasure of this administration.”


JOE CONCHAAs a result of it is one thing we name the bias of omission, and it is essentially the most insidious bias of all — as a result of for most individuals except they’re watching this community or a few different on-line retailers, do not know that President Obama stated that of his former vp’s coverage. And if I am educating a category on the bias of omission, that is Exhibit A; as a result of right here you may have the previous boss of the present president, Barack Obama, and Joe Biden, respectively, saying open borders, those we’re seeing underneath President Biden, those that can give us two level three million folks this 12 months alone crossing the border illegally – which is an unbelievable quantity.

That is the identical quantity of those who dwell within the fourth largest metropolis on this nation, Houston. He is saying it is unsustainable. Nicely, yeah, it’s in such well mannered criticism is newsworthy. And if it aired within the interview on ABC, it could draw consideration again to the disaster that’s the disaster on the border. However ABC selected to not air it as a result of it largely serves on the pleasure of this administration. We’re lightyears away from Ted Koppel at this level, guys.”


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