The Greatest Loser of the GOP Debate - Our Must-See List of Winners and Losers [video]

The Greatest Loser of the GOP Debate – Our Must-See List of Winners and Losers [video]

Craig Huey Government 0 Comments

The third GOP debate produced some interesting results.

One Big Loser is agreed upon by everyone – the liberal CNBC moderators.

It was appalling.

They were obnoxious, arrogant, and biased in their questions. They showed contempt, not objectivity.

They insulted the candidates.

Not shocking, as they are an arm of the liberal NBC/MSNBC. But surprising that they never tried to be objective and ask questions of substance.

The good news? The candidates stepped up to the plate and called out the moderators’ ridiculous and insulting biases. Watch Chris Christie here, Rubio answering an attack from the moderators and Jeb Bush here, and Rubio again slamming the liberal mediahere.

And Ted Cruz did an amazing job exposing their liberal attacks; see here for this classic expose on how the moderators slanted the questions.

It all started with Donald Trump’s ideas being called “comic-book” and went downhill from there.

Here are the winners and other losers:

Best Answers and Delivery

1. Ted Cruz

2. Marco Rubio

3. Ben Carson

Worst Answers and Delivery

1. John Kasich

2. Jeb Bush

3. Carly Fiorina

Best and Strongest Closing Remarks

1. Ted Cruz

2. Ben Carson

Best Answer to “Gotcha” Question

Ben Carson

Most Honest Answers

Ben Carson

Biggest Advocate of Government and Liberal Policies

1. John Kasich

2. Jeb Bush

3. Mike Huckabee

Most Pro-Freedom Policies Advocated

1. Ted Cruz

2. Rand Paul

3. Ben Carson

Biggest Jerk

John Kasich

Worst Liberal Moderator Lies and Attacks on:

1. Marco Rubio

2. Ben Carson

3. Donald Trump

Best Attack on Liberal Moderators

Ted Cruz – see here

This debate had 14 million viewers, which is ten million less than the first two debates. The World Series was playing at the same time and it wasn’t available for online streaming.

It also didn’t do as well on social media, with only 1.8 million tweets compared with the 3.9 million during the second debate.

Here are the twitter rankings:

1. Donald Trump: 201,978

2. Ted Cruz: 200,151

3. Ben Carson: 148,131

4. Jeb Bush: 85,203

5. John Kasich: 66,213

6. Carly Fiorina: 55,926

7. Marco Rubio: 29,727

8. Chris Christie: 22,293

9. Rand Paul: 17,478

10. Mike Huckabee: 11,088

And, here’s how the candidates are currently doing in our poll:

Ben Carson: 38%

Ted Cruz: 25%

Donald Trump: 17%

Marco Rubio: 4%

Mike Huckabee: 4%

Rand Paul: 3%

Carly Fiorina: 2%

Bobby Jindal: 2%

Jeb Bush, John Kasich, and Bernie Sanders: 1%

Vote your choice for President in our poll, here.

If you didn’t see them, here are the video clips that we referenced earlier:

Chris Christie calls out moderators

Rubio answers attacks from moderators and Jeb Bush

Rubio calls media “super PAC for the Democrats”

Ted Cruz slams the moderators for their bias

What do you think? Email me at craig@craighuey.com.

 

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