Parkland Hero Colton Haab Names CNN Producer Carrie Stevenson as Person Who Censored Him at Anti-Gun Town Hall (VIDEO)
On Wednesday night Parkland student hero Colton Haab told reporters that CNN opted to leave him out of the televised Florida town hall debate because he did not agree with their anti-gun narrative.
TGP’s Cassandra Fairbanks wrote about Colton last night.
Haab is the brave 17-year-old member of the Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps who ushered 60 to 70 people to safety in an open JROTC room during the Parkland school shooting. The high school junior may have saved many lives by using the Kevlar sheets from the marksmanship program to try and protect his peers. His actions were so important that the US Military is currently considering awarding him with a JROTC Medal of Heroism.
Despite his heroism, the student told the Local 10 News that he was not allowed to ask his prepared questions at the CNN event.
— Mark Dice (@MarkDice) February 22, 2018
“CNN had originally asked me to write a speech and questions — and it ended up being all scripted,” Haab told a WPLG reporter.
CNN today called Colton Haab a liar.
Thursday night Colton Haab told Tucker Carlson that CNN producer Carrie Stevenson was the person who censored him during the CNN town hall.
Haab told Tucker that Stevenson told him over the phone that he needed to stick with the script.
Via Ryan Saavedra:
Colton Haab, the heroic ROTC student who protected students during the Florida shooting, has named CNN producer Carrie Stevenson as the person who censored him during the CNN town hall.
Stevenson is the Executive Producer for Jake Tapper's State of the Union television program. pic.twitter.com/HEj4sAL7WI
— Ryan Saavedra 🇺🇸 (@RealSaavedra) February 23, 2018