Thursday, June 2, 2016

You can sell that crap to the tourists, 'cuz I ain't buying it

Director of Katie Couric Gun Doc: ‘I Never Intended to Make Anyone Look Bad’ Yeah, okay, Pal.

My question is, is anyone really surprised by the outcome when they are being interviewed by and main stream media talking puppet?


Unknown said...

this is nothing new - i remember when Chris Ruddy, founder of Newsmax first started his website, he had a video of an interview on "60 Minutes" by Morly Shafer of a conservative re gun contol. The video of what aired and what was actually said, was night and day different - they had actually cut and chopped the guest's answers to recreate new responses out of whole cloth. That was the last time i watched 60 Minutes.

Anonymous said...

Sarah Palin learned the hard way with "perky Katy". I sure hope the rest of the gun rights groups were paying attention when this BS went down.

Anonymous said...

You are far too nice to her, Sgt.

minute-man said...

Katie Couric to a "T" :

"The business of the journalist is to destroy the truth, to lie outright, to pervert, to vilify, to fawn at the feet of Mammon, and to sell his country and his race for his daily bread. You know it and I know it, so what folly is this toasting an independent press? We are the tools and vassals of rich men behind the scenes. They pull the strings and we dance."

-John Swinton, New York Times Chief of Staff and Chief Editorial Writer, 1880 -that's 1880,..not 1980... corruption is NOTHING new

the Plinker said...

The only thing Couric is sorry about -- bugger her "apology" -- was getting caught out.

Anonymous said...

Who is surprised? for at least the last 50 years the Lamestream Media has functioned as the agitprop machine for the DNC.

Anonymous said...

First, why would ANY pro-freedom group consent to be interviewed by any presstitute of the LSDM (Lame Stream Dinosaur Media)?

Second, if you did figure it would benefit your message, set up a SECOND camera under YOUR control. Let the presstitute know that when its version of the interview is released, it will be closely scrutinized and compared to your unedited, untouched copy. If there is significant deviation between the two versions, there will be repercussions.

B Woodman

Unknown said...

you're right but i kind of like the way it played out this time - it became major news story which embarrassed them more than a little