WAR! CNN Host Goes Hard Against Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed over snow, who hits back on her Bias
The city of Atlanta’s apparent lack of preparedness has resulted in criticism of Mayor Kasim Reed. Today, Reed joined CNN anchor Carol Costello for a hostile interview in which the mayor repeatedly insisted that “independent” entities were responsible for the lack of preparedness and the outrage aimed at him was misdirected.
“You know how angry people are at you,” Costello asked.
“I don’t feel that people angry at me,” Reed replied.
“There are plenty of people who say the school children should never have been placed in that position,” Costello shot back, “that schools should have been closed before the weather hit.”
“Let me say this: if you’re being fair, you would point out that the Atlanta public school system makes the call on when the system is closed,” Reed replied.
“You ought to be fair with the interview,” he continued. “The Atlanta public school system calls and the school systems independently call when they close.”
Reed said he would have preferred to close the schools, but the city is deserving of praise for the lack of traffic-related deaths.
“I’ve heard this from public officials before,” Costello replied. “We didn’t have any fatalities, but that was just by the grace of God.”
“No, it’s not by the grace of God,” Reed countered.
“People got out of their cars in icy situations,” Costello insisted.
“That’s easy to say from your anchor seat,” Reed said dismissively.
When Costello insisted that she was among the thousands stuck in weather-related traffic, Reed told her to pull up the cameras outside of CNN’s Atlanta headquarters. “It looks pretty good outside of CNN,” he said.
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He was/is the LEADER ...take responsibility man....MAKE THE CALL early...even boy scouts know how to be ALWAYS PREPARED,,,,
He didn't get people out of Atlanta, it took me 7.5 hours to go 18 miles, I ended up at a church and a good samaritan came and retrieved me this morning, I finally arrived home 25 hours after my ordeal began. There are still people sitting on highways - how did he get a million people out of Atlanta again because I don't see it...