Philly radio station dumps black host who blew the whistle on scripted Biden questions

A Philadelphia radio station has parted ways with the black host who blew the whistle on the Biden administration, claiming that she was provided with scripted questions for an interview with President Joe Biden.

Biden’s handlers have been sending him out to make appearances and do interviews in friendly settings with his reelection bid in chaos after his dismal showing in CNN’s presidential debate.

One of them was on WURD, a black station in the “City of Brotherly Love,” but Andrea Lawful-Sanders let the cat out of the bag by revealing that the White House provided the questions to ask Biden, a perfect example of the cynicism and dishonesty that the regime has used to gaslight the public.

Now she’s gone.

In a statement on its website, WURD Radio President and CEO Sara M. Lomax announced that the station and Lawful-Sanders have agreed to go their separate ways.

“On July 3, the first post-debate interview with President Joe Biden was arranged and negotiated independently by WURD Radio host Andrea Lawful-Sanders without knowledge, consultation, or collaboration with WURD management. The interview featured pre-determined questions provided by the White House, which violates our practice of remaining an independent media outlet accountable to our listeners. As a result, Ms. Lawful-Sanders and WURD Radio have mutually agreed to part ways, effective immediately,” Lomax said.

Another black host, CivicMedia’s Earl Ingram also revealed that he too was given scripted questions for his interview with Biden that was directed at a Wisconsin audience, one of the states that he needs to win to stay in the White House.

“I didn’t get a chance to ask him all the things I wanted to ask,” Ingram, who also appeared on CNN, told ABC News.

The Biden campaign responded to the controversy by calling the two black hosts liars, denying that the questions were scripted.

“White House did not manage the process or the questions,” a campaign spokesperson said, according to Alex Thompson of Axios.

“This was a campaign interview and, as such, it was handled by the campaign and our Black Media Director. To overcommunicate, the White House Black media director was not involved because it was a campaign interview and not a White House one,” the Biden spox said.

The response to accuse the black hosts of being dishonest sounded pretty racist to some X users.

The embattled octogenarian has been leveraging his clout with his diehard black base to fend off establishment mutineers who are demanding that he abandon his reelection campaign.

That includes interviews with predominantly black media outlets with the race-baiting career politician and his team looking for the key demographic to save his bacon, because as Biden himself has said, if you don’t vote for me, you aren’t black.

“The only reason President Biden is at the top of this ticket is his genuine, long-standing relationship with black voters, built over decades. For his team to throw that relationship into jeopardy by using black journalists as human shields for their communications crisis should be a fireable offense,” a black Democrat strategist told Axios.

Chris Donaldson

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