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Navy SEAL’s Feed Conveniently Cut Off During CNN Interview

It is no secret that CNN tends to have remote feeds that cut out at the strangest times. It usually happens when someone says something they disagree with.

The feed-cutting happened again earlier this week. Republican Virginia Rep. Scott Taylor, on the network to discuss President Trump’s newly reissued temporary travel restrictions, had his feed drop after he cited an FBI statistic CNN seemingly didn’t want to hear.

According to the Washington Free Beacon, Taylor — a former Navy SEAL sniper who served in the Iraq war — supported Trump’s plan using the new information that refugees made up roughly 30 percent of the domestic terrorism cases under investigation by the FBI.

“Just today, the FBI comes out and says that 30 percent, 30 percent, of their domestic terrorism cases that they’re investigating are from folks who are refugees,” Taylor said. “It’s important not to label all refugees bad people, that’s not why I’m here, but –“

That’s when the feed cut out.

“I was just going to say, congressman, it’s time to go, but I think the TV gremlins did that for us,” host Dana Bash said while smiling.

Taylor referred to a statistic confirmed Monday morning that stated at least 300 of the 1,000 coutnerterrorism cases the FBI is working on involve individuals who are refugees.

“(M)]ore than 300 people who came here as refugees are under FBI investigation for potential terrorism-related activities,” Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Monday morning, according to CBS News. He added that those “seeking to support or commit terrorist attacks here will try to enter through our refugee program.”