Spinning stories is a game liberals know too well, and it wasn’t any different when a staffer from The Guardian accused Rand Paul of walking out on an interview and turning out the lights on him.
Watching the video above you might think this was true, even though Paul did tell the interviewer that he didn’t have time for anymore questions.
Although, Twitter proves that CNN was actually responsible for shutting the lights off and The Guardian’s staffer was being a jerk taking advantage of the time given to him.
Check out the Twitter fiasco:
— Spencer Ackerman (@attackerman) April 10, 2015
— Michael Allen Martin (@michaelallenmar) April 10, 2015
. @ZekeJMiller he did get annoyed w the guy but actually we turned lights off when he finished bc our intv was right after in same room
— Dana Bash (@DanaBashCNN) April 10, 2015
In fairness to @RandPaul campaign, they didn't turn off the lights. (A CNN producer did.) Still: a shame he ended interview so abruptly.
— Paul Lewis (@PaulLewis) April 10, 2015
— Jonathan Langdale (@jlangdale) April 10, 2015
@OpalJuanda Not quite what occured..but it feeds the false narrative the media is pushing at the direction of the far left who owns them
— MJFedele (@TitusPullo4) April 10, 2015
News Media Caught LYING About Rand Paul AGAIN, Saying He ‘Stormed Off’ Interview, Turned Out Lights http://t.co/mdEx5g0SMK
— el Sooper ن (@SooperMexican) April 10, 2015
I STAND CORRECTED: lights were turned out at Paul/Guardian/Periscope event by CNN people read the full story: http://t.co/hdrsFDUUI9
— Katherine Krueger (@kath_krueger) April 10, 2015