[Ed. – Now this has become a matter of ‘he said, she said.’ After the teen’s initial claim that CNN had planted scripted questions at the town hall, the network flatly denied the story. The question now is who you believe, which comes down to motive and character. Colton Haab is unknown to the general public, so it’s hard to generalize. CNN, on the other, has demonstrated a propensity for falsifying news stories to serve a leftist narrative.]
While appearing on Thursday’s edition of Fox News’ Tucker Carlson Tonight, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting survivor Colton Haab discussed the situation with CNN’s gun control town hall, and named the producer he says told him to “stick to the script.”
According to Haab, a member of the school’s Junior ROTC cadet corps, said Carrie Stevenson, an executive producer at CNN, ultimately rejected what he initially submitted and “scripted” a question for him after several conversations.
“Before we get into anything. I just want to make sure that everybody hasn’t forgotten why we are actually here tonight. I mean, we lost 17 lives last week. I actually physically put two to rest. To me, that was the hardest thing in the world to endure. Nobody should have to go through this. As long as we are taking the right steps to move forward from this and make sure this doesn’t happen again, I’m all for that,” Haab told Carlson.
According to a transcript posted by Real Clear Politics, Haab explained. …