60 Shades: Did CBS Use Color Tricks to Make Steve Bannon Look Evil?

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Former Donald Trump chief strategist Steve Bannon gave an extensive interview for CBS’ 60 Minutes during which he discussed a plethora of topics with Charlie Rose, ranging from how the Republicans are trying to put the kibosh of Trump’s young presidency to Hillary not being as bright as Democrats always claim she is. To quote from the interview:

“Her very first speech when she came off the beach was nonsense and this goes with something I want to address with you: Hillary Clinton’s not very bright. Everybody says she’s so smart, so much smarter than Donald Trump . . . She doesn’t really have a grasp, she doesn’t have a grasp on what’s important and what’s not – and that’s what’s essential in a leader. Donald Trump has a grasp on what’s important and what’s marginalia.”

As per Donald Trump’s team mistakes, Steve has said:

“In the forty-eight hours after we won, there’s a fundamental decision that was made . . . you might call it the original sin of the administration . . . We embraced the establishment. I mean, we totally embraced the establishment.

and he also claimed about the proverbial swamp, i.e.  McConell, Ryan&comp(read GOP) that:

[RINOS]“do not support the President’s program . . . it’s an open secret on Capitol Hill.”

Following the highly anticipated interview on 60 Minutes on Sunday night, Peter Duke, who is a professional “conservative” photographer who photographed Milo Yiannopoulos, Scott Adams and James O’Keefe now claims that CBS had used “color adjustments” to make Steve Bannon look bad on TV.

In the video below, Duke explains the tricks used by CBS to make Bannon look like a “bleary eyed drunk” end quote, by increasing the level of saturation and stuff like that. A representative for CBS denied the allegations, calling them nonsense, yet “nonsense” is not an argument.


Just watch the video and decide for yourself:

Here’s Ann Coulter’s take on Duke’s claims:


 If memory serves, they did this to Trump when he debated Hillary and remember the Zimmerman phone call editing, not to mention his “photo-shopped” photos to make him look white .Or the Katie Courich anti-gun interview edit