Skip to comments.Chris Matthews Is Not Playing Hardball With Operation Fast And Furious
Posted on 10/25/2011 3:46:25 PM PDT by PJ-Comix
Considering NBC as a collective is ignoring Operation Fast and Furious, I think each show on NBC and MSNBC needs to be examined and called out. The MSNBC website is a complete mess and difficult to navigate. Most websites allow you to sort the results by date or relevance and a certain time period. Not MSNBC! Youre only allowed a keyword. And, for some reason, each article is listed by its latest update rather than its original publishing timestamp (but when you click on the article the date of the last update doesnt match) so theyre completely out of order. Its a NIGHTMARE navigating their website, worse than navigating MMfA.
I began with Hardball With Chris Matthews because his coverage of Alberto Gonzales was far superior to his lack of Operation Fast and Furious coverage. Since he did a great job keeping his viewers informed on Mr. Gonzales scanda,l I would think he would want to keep his viewers informed on Fast and Furious. No one died in Mr. Gonzales scandal. Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry did die as a result of Fast and Furious, but I guess thats not as big of a deal as a few people losing their jobs.
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Same reason that the rest of NBC has only mentioned this scandal ONCE in passing on Dateline NBC back in April. This is an INCONVENIENT scandal for them.
If a story doesn’t tar and feather Republicans then Chrissy and MSNBC just aren’t interested in it.
After a particularly ugly day the DI told the recruit, “When I die I guess you will want to piss on my grave.” The recruits answer was, “No Sergent, I do not want to stand in line.”