Mike Huckabee Calls Chris Wallace’s Debate Performance ‘Extremely Partisan to Say the Least’

The chorus of disappointment with moderator Chris Wallace following the first presidential debate has been loud and former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee recently added his voice.

Over the weekend, Huckabee said he believes Wallace’s debate performance was “extremely partisan to say the least.” He called the debate itself a “hot mess, inside a dumpster fire, inside a trainwreck,” quoting Jake Tapper of CNN, who he said he rarely agrees with.

Huckabee added that for the next debate Joe Biden and President Trump can join in on Zoom and the next moderator might as well call it from “their office at the DNC.”

Liberals, however, are crying foul over the moderator for tomorrow night’s Vice Presidential debate, Susan Page, after a Washington Post article said that she honored a Trump administration official in an off-the-record event at her home.

Transgender rights activist Parker Molloy tweeted out that it’s “Still pretty messed up that Susan Page is going to moderate tomorrow’s debate and we’re supposed to pretend that she’s ‘neutral?'”

The next presidential debate moderator is C-Span’s Political Editor Steve Scully, who wrote an op-ed titled “No, Not Trump, Not ever” prior to the 2016 presidential election.

It was also recently revealed that Scully interned for Biden when he was in college and a tweet with a picture of the two at a 2016 “Biden beach bash” has also been called into question.

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