Did CNN just cut mic of Christian dissenter for questioning Obama’s religion?

cnn-fueuersteinFormer pastor and video blogger Joshua Feuerstein said his microphone was cut off just as a CNN debate on Starbucks’ war on Christmas was getting interesting.

It occurred when he accused President Barack Obama of not being a Christian.

Last week, Feuerstein called attention to Starbucks’ decision to remove all symbols of Christmas from its cups during the holidays, choosing instead to offer a solid red cup with the Starbucks logo in green.

Feuerstein appeared Monday on CNN and debated the issue with “StandUP with Pete” SiriusXM host, Pete Dominick.

Things really got heated when Feuerstein said President Barack Obama had to “pretend to be” religious to win the presidency because the United States is a Judeo-Christian country.

“Oh, there it is!” Dominick shot back. “There it is.”

Viewers could see that Feuerstein was attempting to continue his argument, but no sound was coming out.

“Hold on, just a moment,” Brianna Keilar, CNN’s senior political correspondent said. “Because we’re having audio issues.”

But were the “audio issues” accidental, caused by equipment failure, or were they intentional?

According to Feuerstein, it was intentional. He posted the relevant portion of the debate on his Facebook page, and wrote, “CNN cuts my AUDIO when I tell the TRUTH ABOUT OBAMA!!! #shareifyoucare #obamaisNOTachristian.

Here’s the video. What do you think?

CNN cuts my AUDIO when I tell the TRUTH ABOUT OBAMA!!! #shareifyoucare #obamaisNOTachristianFOLLOW —–> Joshua Feuerstein <——

Posted by Joshua Feuerstein on Monday, November 9, 2015

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