Who's breaking stories? Not the American media
POSTED: Friday, June 7, 2013 - 11:34am
UPDATED: Tuesday, June 11, 2013 - 10:53am
Tyler, TX (KETK) — Let's count the scandals.
Tapping reporter's e-mail
EPA "man cave"
- Verizon spying
Can you imagine if Obama was a Republican?
The impeachment hearings would have been called last week.
The networks would have nightly specials called "Anatomy of a Coverup."
But, they have no answers, so the media is trying to blame all this "big brother" spying business.
For a while, almost every Thursday, we've had a new Obama scandal.
But, according to media reports from Breitbart and others, no United States mainstream news organization has broken one of them.
Verizon? Nope, not our guys. That was the Brits over at The Guardian.
IRS? Nope, not our guys. The IRS broke their own scandal with a planted question.
The Justice Department's seizure of Associated Press phone records? Nope, not our guys.
Believe it or not, the Associated Press didn't even break that story. Like the IRS, we only found out because the Justice Department outed itself in a letter notifying the AP of what it had done.
Benghazi? Are you kidding.
With a couple of rare exceptions (Jake Tapper, Sharyl Attkisson) the media have spent the last eight months attacking those seeking the truth (Congress, Fox News). It was the GOP congress that demanded the e-mail exchanges concerning the shaping of the talking points, not the media.
Most of our American press are nothing but the house organ or damage control for this administration.
That's my point of view, what's yours.