He certainly has a point here, all they wanted was bickering amongst themselves, he said she said…..

Nationally syndicated radio show host Sean Hannity criticized CNN on Thursday for its poor moderation of Wednesday’s Republican primary debate.

“You know [who] the biggest loser was last night in the CNN debate?” Hannity asked. “CNN.”

“Hannity continued, “This was nothing but three hours of WWE presidential debate questioning here. And all they wanted in this — they didn’t want to enlighten, they didn’t want to educate, they didn’t want to deal with substance — all they wanted was fights on the stage.”

Hannity said of the debate:

“You know the biggest loser was last night in the CNN debate? CNN. Alright, they had a record audience, 23 million people watching.

“My head is hurting. I know that was probably hard to listen to, but I have to make a point here. This was nothing but three hours of WWE presidential debate questioning here. And all they wanted in this — they didn’t want to enlighten, they didn’t want to educate, they didn’t want to deal with substance — all they wanted was fights on the stage.

“Now, I can deal with a little bit of that, a little bit of splash, a little bit of entertainment value, but that’s all they wanted!

“Hugh Hewitt is a friend of mine. What did they give him, three questions in the course of three, ‘one an hour Hugh, that’s it!’ Poor Dana Loesch. No, what’s her name? Dana Bash, Bash. Uh, you know, why was she even sitting there, at some point, you’ve gotta ask?

“It was all, ‘You say this about him. Yeah, look him in the eye. Say that. He said this about you. What about this? How about?’

“Now, there were moments of substance last night, in spite of their efforts to prevent any and all substance from getting into the debate, and I just don’t know what to make of this. I don’t know what, it’s like … I’m just, I’m frustrated. I bet many of you are as frustrated as I was watching this stupid thing.

“It went on way too long. Three hours is way too long for a debate. At this point, I think I might be willing to change the debate format and put six, six and four, or whatever it happens to be on the stage or five, five and whatever five, I don’t know — five, five and six. I don’t know, whatever you have to do so you can really get into more substance.

“You know, Mike Huckabee, God bless him, and Ted Cruz, God bless him. And Marco Rubio, they’re just like, ‘This is stupid.’ I found myself in the middle of last night’s debate, you know, all of a sudden, Scott Walker I thought had a very good strong opening. Then he just disappeared. You didn’t see or hear from the guy, you know, for like in the next hour. I’m like ‘Oh! He’s still there.’ Same with Rand Paul. Same with Mike Huckabee.