If you’re not entirely sure as to what I’m referring with my headline, here you go:
“White House mistakenly identifies CIA chief in Afghanistan”
(via the Washington Post) – “…The CIA’s top officer in Kabul was exposed Saturday by the White House when his name was inadvertently included on a list provided to news organizations of senior U.S. officials participating in President Obama’s surprise visit with U.S. troops…”
Considering the absolute dearth of coverage this has received thus far, you could be tempted to believe that it must be no big deal.
And of course, you’d be wrong:
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Tagged bias, Bush White House, CIA, FAIR GAME, national security, politics, President Obama, Robert Novak, Scooter Libby, spy, White House
The Left’s responses to various stimuli are now so predictable they’re practically Pavlovian:
- You criticize the president or his goals? You’re racist.
- You criticize Hillary? You’re sexist and/or you’re “scared” of “strong women”.
- You object to the way Mozilla’s CEO lost his job? You hate gays.
And if you try to discover the truth about a possible Democrat scandal, you’re accused of “McCarthyism“.
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Tagged Benghazi, Dana Milbank, Darrell Issa, Democrat, IRS, Joe McCarthy, McCarthyism, politics, scandal
Cartoonist Eric Allie nailed this back in October of 2012:
Just imagine how different things would be today if the Media took even a cursory interest in this story.
You know: like they did with Valerie Plame or Abu Ghraib. Or with Iran-Contra. Or even Justin Bieber.
Is that asking too much?
Sadly, apparently it is:
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Tagged Benghazi, cover-up, Democrat, Eric Allie, media, media bias, politics, Valerie Plame or Abu Ghraib
I watch CNN only occasionally, but had to laugh this weekend over a pair of segments they aired on Sunday. It was a classic example of unintentional irony, courtesy of our Media ‘betters’.
Brian Stelter has been a CNN host since late last year, having previously worked as a New York Times media reporter. But he’s apparently brought quite a bit of that paper’s famous “perspective” with him to his current gig.
Check out this initial news segment where Stelter finds fault with how Fox News covers the President these days. The essential part is roughly the first 5 minutes, until they start discussing Piers Morgan:
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Tagged bias, Brian Stelter, Bridgegate, Chris Christie, CNN, Dylan Byers, Fox News, media, politics
The media has been desperate for months now to take the country’s focus off of President Obama’s policy failures, his floundering economy and the sick joke of Obamacare.
So ever since Christie’s ‘Bridgegate’ story broke last week, the Media has behaved with their usual restraint.
Now allow me to clarify: I have no problem with the press investigating ANY politician for practically ANYTHING. My only issue is with their attempt to simultaneously cast President Obama’s entire panoply of scandals as mere trumped-up nuisances, even as they portray Bridgegate as a modern-day Khmer Rouge.
There were many video clips I could have selected to illustrate this, but the following one is basically representative of what I’ve seen elsewhere:
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Tagged Benghazi, bias, Bridgegate, Chris Christie, IRS, Liberal, media, Obama, scandal, White House
You know, with the media constantly getting egg on their face, time after time, you’d think they’d eventually decide to be just a tad more circumspect in their reporting.
Ha-Ha-Ha!! I kid, obviously.
This time the scene of the MSM’s most recent blunder-palooza was the horrific Navy Yard shooting, where they managed to get virtually every single aspect of their coverage wrong. This Journalist Error Jamboree included everything from the number of gunmen, to his/their identity, all the way down to one outlet (the Daily Mail) using a picture of the “crime scene” …which turned out to be totally unrelated to the shooting.
Hey, kids, these folks are professionals. Don’t try this at home, ‘kay?
“…I am VERY professional…”
The Daily Caller has more:
…MSNBC’s Alex Wagner continued to use a graphic of the Navy Yard shooter wielding the large AR-15 in a report on Tuesday, hours after CNN issued a report that federal officials were backing away from the AR-15 claim.
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Tagged accuracy, AR-15, Bill Whittle, media, media bias, Navy Yard, politics, reporters, The Narrative
My two-year-old granddaughter was happily splashing in her tub, enjoying from head to toe the profusion of bubbles that I’d allowed her. When she announced she was ready to get out, I said, “OK, let me rinse you off first.”
“No! No!” she shrieked. I turned on the water and got the handheld shower head ready, stood her up (not without a struggle) and sprayed the soap suds off her, all while she complained loudly. When I turned the water off and deposited her on my lap in a towel, she said grumpily, “Now I’m all wet!”
Isn’t this just like all us big humans? If we’re in a situation which we have chosen, we’re fine. But if we find ourselves in the same circumstances dictated by someone else, we cry “Foul!”