Skip to comments.BET boots journalist from Michelle Obama conference
Posted on 03/23/2018 11:31:22 AM PDT by SoFloFreeper
.....The BET Network booted a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist from its conference for publishing a Q&A with Michelle Obama, sparking a social media storm.
The network had invited the Washington Posts Robin Givhan to its syntactically questionable Leading Women Defined conference in Bal Harbour, Fla., but then demanded she leave after she published her article, claiming that Obamas talk had been conducted in a sacred space.
....while claiming Michelles talk was private, BET didnt play by its own rules: The network posted sections of the interview on its website, while Valerie Jarrett, who conducted the chat, teased on social media that fans should tune in to BET to hear all that Obama really said.
The incident spiraled into a social media screaming match, and Givhan was subjected to a barrage of abuse....
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I love seeing the Washington comPost get stuck. But it is also indicative of how haughty liberals are when it comes to DICTATING how the media behave. Remember how the Obama kids could never be reported on?
It’s still not clear what they were really upset about.
Givhans was invited. It’s not like she crashed the (democrat party). Maybe she didn’t lavish on enough of the false praise for their bare-armed idol.
“Wide Load” admitted that the whole garden and caring about what kids ate was just a cover to bring socialism to the US. And the woman printed that.
I’m wouldn’t be surprised if this woman has an “accident”in the near future.
aka “Wide Load”. lol!
Good thing the reporter-ette didn’t ask Michelle what she had done with all those big brass Boob Belts she used to wear?
Not exactly Robin Givens.
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