Reporters Plan ‘Gotcha' Questions for Mitt Romney? Michelle Malkin Responds: ‘If It Looks, Sounds, Talks Like Journo-Tools for Obama, It Is What It Is’
While Mitt Romney spoke in Jacksonville, Fla., yesterday, NPR reporter Ari Shapiro and CBS reporter Jan Crawford were apparently caught on tape coordinating questions to ask the GOP presidential candidate regarding his criticism of President Obama's handling of the US embassy attacks in Egypt and Libya.
Michelle Malkin responded, “If it looks, sounds, talks like journo-tools for Obama, it is what it is.”
She continued, “Finally the mainstream media is being confronted with something so obvious to those of us who have worked on both sides of the aisle
-- I’ve worked in new media, old media, I’ve worked in dead tree newspaper journalism for 20 years and seen it, seen how the sausage is made in these sausage factories. And of course they think they could get away with it.”
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She also talked about how this 'off-mic' moment got out, saying, “Mainstream journalism is dead and thank God for outlets like Fox News, the blogs, talk radio and citizen journalists who can speak truth to power thanks to Twitter and Facebook and alternate ways of getting the message out there."
Michelle concluded with more heavy criticism of the mainstream media: "They’re falling for the propaganda of these Islamic imperialists when it has nothing to do with obscure internet video clips of which have been floating around since June … and they report it anyway as if that’s what really going on here.”
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