While talking to Steve Cortes, a senior advisor to the Trump campaign, Chris Wallace has a meltdown and shows his true colors.
Cortez Calls Out Wallace
Cortez called out the biased moderator for his refusal to be neutral during the first presidential debate.
“He had to debate not just Joe Biden, but you as well. You were not a neutral moderator then,” said Steve Cortes.
In their discussion on “Fox News Sunday,” they argued over the first family and White House chief of staff Mark Meadows‘ decision to not wear masks during the debate.
The Great Mask Debate
Wallace declared that the regulations from the Cleveland Clinic “could not have been more clear” that everyone in the audience had to wear a mask.
Cortes pointed out that in order to gain entry into the event, everyone had to be tested for COVID-19.
“Chris, we believe that masks are very useful, the president has worn them on many occasions, including visiting the hospital where he is now a patient, [and] when he was visiting as commander-in-chief as a guest to visit soldiers there, he wore a mask. So we believe in masks,” Cortes said. “We also believe in some element of individual choice.”
“They weren’t distanced and there were rules, and there was no freedom of choice. They broke the rules,” Wallace responded.
“The way you’re starting to harangue me now actually reminds me of what you did to the president during that debate on Tuesday night,” Cortes shot back.
“I don’t mind tough questions, I welcome reasonably tough questions. But what I don’t think is OK is for you to become the effective opposition to the president. OK?” Cortes added.
Siding with Biden
“Steve, let me simply say the president interrupted me and the vice president 145 times, so I object to saying I harangued the president. I know it’s the talking point,” Wallace said.
The exchanged showed Wallace’s distaste in Trump and his inability to be a neutral ground. Wallace made it very clear that he wants Biden to win the presidency and for President Trump to not bring up the former vice president’s corruption.