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Ben Shapiro Wipes the Floor with Piers Morgan


<p style="text-align: justify;">(<a rel="nofollow" href="…; target="_blank"><strong>Gateway Pundit</strong></a>) This was textbook material<strong> –</strong> <a rel="nofollow" href="; target="_blank">Ben Shapiro</a> was on with Piers Morgan tonight to discuss his new book <a rel="nofollow" href="…; target="_blank">“Bullies: How the Left’s Culture of Fear and Intimidation Silences America”</a> and talk gun control. Right from the start of the interview Ben took it
to the anti-gun bully – calling him a bully. And, it was all downhill
for Piers for the next 13 minutes. (Posted by: <a href="; target="_blank">Religio-Political Talk</a>)
<a rel="nofollow" href="…; target="_blank"><strong></strong></a></p><p style="text-align: justify;"><a rel="nofollow" href="…; target="_blank"><strong>Breitbart</strong></a> writes about Larry Kings comments about Piers:<br />
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...For those who remember, Larry King was more about being a conduit for
the guests to entertain and enlighten viewers. His idea, perhaps an old
fashioned TV ideal, was to make the show less about Larry King and more
about the guests his viewers tuned in to watch. <br />
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King was old school in that way. We never learned much about the life or
personal opinions of Jack Parr or Johnny Carson when they were hosting
the <em>Tonight Show</em>, either. Those two icons let the guests speak
and made their shows about the entertainment. For the most part, Larry
King modeled himself on that classic version of the TV interview show. <br />
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But Larry King was quick to point out that Piers Morgan isn’t like that at all. <a rel="nofollow" href="…; target="_blank">Morgan is more about Morgan than he is about the guests</a>,
King said. “I never gave opinions,” King said of his own CNN show.
“Piers gives his opinions. The show is a lot about him as much as the
guests… He’s so different from me,” King lamented. King also worried over the state of
TV today, saying, “It’s not the quality that counts anymore. It’s how
loud did you yell, how vituperative can you be.”...</p>