CNN Panel Blames 'Sexism' for Harris's Demise, Claims 'The Coverage on Her is Pretty Tough'


The panel on Tuesday's edition of CNN Tonight did not take the news of Kamala Harris ending her bid for the White House very well. Georgetown University professor Michael Eric Dyson attributed the demise of her campaign to "sexism." Dyson actually had the audacity to claim that "the coverage on her is pretty tough" before quoting his fellow panelist, CNN political commentator Angela Rye, when calling the coverage of Harris a "double, maybe triple standard." Rye used her platform to complain that "what is happening right now is a white debate stage," expressing disgust that the only candidates who have qualified for the upcoming debate so far are "snow white." 

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