“I did further Hillary Clinton commentary, there’s no doubt about it. I would love to say that that didn’t affect me and that I was just there to be a truth-teller,” she said and added, “Listen, I’m a human being. I’m sure I responded to the incentives of that system, of like, ‘God, I don’t want to get in trouble with the boss.’”

“So, that’s the way that it works. That’s a very blatant example, but often times people know where the boundaries are, they know what they’re allowed to say, and so they don’t need that direct intervention of censorship,” adding, “and also, by the way, these people — most of them in cable news — they are not really there because they are talented. They’re there because they are reliable purveyors of whatever it is that that network wants to purvey. So, that’s ultimately why they get the job, and they understand the parameters of the task.”



Ball is now co-host of the podcast “Breaking Points” with right-wing journalist Saagar Enjeti, who appeared on Rogan’s podcast with her.


Cross-posted with Clash Daily