Skip to comments.W.H. holds off-the-record Benghazi briefing
Posted on 05/10/2013 11:45:08 AM PDT by Perdogg
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Jake Tapper not invited???
April Stevens not invited
So just who
Let me guess..HuffPo, WaPO , NYTIMES
I wish. But They’ll never let him. They will destroy him if he ever does.
“regularly scheduled press briefing has been delayed even further: WH press briefing scheduled for 12:30, then 1:45, now 3:15”
TRANSLATION: Jarrett was told CBS/NBC/ABC want an additional $75 Million.
How about the truth regarding the deaths of Seal Team VI discussed in yesterday’s National Press Club Conference? Revelations are in the video below:
Pathetic excuse. This has gone on for months.
the THIRTEENTH Revision to the talking points???
It was time to shown them his horns, take the mask off and shown them the demon within - put fear into them. It’ll be interesting to see any “collaborative change” in narrative between the networks.
As a former reporter I will tell you that off the record is an excuse. There is no lay other than the law of continued access that stops a OTR comment from being reported. Period.
“Oh poor Obama, he’s going to have to take the fall. Boo hoo hoo. I better get some popcorn for this weekend.”
Muslims have nothing but contempt for women.
What makes you think Hillary stands a chance against the Fraud and his adoring media?
I’ll tell you something about Japan:
There’s something called “kisshya kai” —press pool. Groups in Japan are orderly, and they function like cartels —they keep things orderly and force markets to work in times of unusual stress, whereas a pure market might fail, in some sense.
But even if this is good for some markets, in others it’s bad. Like in the market for news —should groups of reporters regularly get together and decide in private what elements of breaking stories come out to the public...?
Because that is what they do with the MSM in Japan:
Groups of the really “pro” reporters in Japan feel so beholden to their government sources and to their journalistic group that they VERY rarely actually break stories. And so there is a quirk to Japanese political news —only the really “scummy” weekly rags (sorta like the Enquirer, but perhaps more like the Newspaper rages that would scream about Alien Space Babies found in watermelons) actually break major scandals.
And I see that same cartelized pattern at work in the USA, for at least 10 years now.
I honestly can’t wrap my brain around this!
This is surreal.
Mental masturbation. It makes them feel big and important.
Ha! Correct. And you can bet Fox wasn't invited.
>> Why would reporters ever be invited to speak off the record by a politician?
What honest, self-respecting, independent reporter would PARTICIPATE, and keep it off the record?
As bad as this evil administration is, the fact that our “free press” are not really truth-seeking reporters at all is a far worse and more insidious problem. It endangers the Republic itself.
In fact, it’s because we have no truth-seeking press that we ended up with the blue-lipped Kenyan monkey in the first place.
This would be a good time for some of our elected representatives to shine some light on this nonsense. I won’t hold my breath.
” Let Cruz do it. “
One Cruz missle can’t replace hundreds of Republicans in the House & Senate. We need them all now, or suffer the ruination of our country. Note the silence of all the Republicans in D.C.
” Hell they revel in their ignorance.”
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