Skip to comments.MoveOn.ABC: Good Morning America Spends 325 Seconds On PowerBall, Zero On IRS Scandal
Posted on 05/18/2013 5:27:15 AM PDT by governsleastgovernsbest
Bianna Golodryga opened today's Good Morning America by announcing that it was "a very busy Saturday morning." So busy, in fact, that GMA couldn't spare one second in its first half-hour for the IRS scandal. That despite yesterday's stonewalling testimony by the outgoing IRS Commissioner in which he had the colossal chutzpah to deny there had been any political motive in the targeting of conservative organizations.
So what kept GMA so busy? By far the longest segment was devoted to . . . the Powerball lottery. GMA spent 325 secondsover five minuteson the Powerball lottery. One report from stores where lottery tickets are being sold didn't suffice. There were two. Those were followed by an interview with a lottery official. GMA even managed to squeeze in a report of a bear that had climbed into a tree. But the IRS? Sorry: too busy.
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GMA is just shoveling info slop for mass consumption. Libtards are turning us into nation of pigs, figuratively and literally.
Zero still reads newspapers..? ROTFLMAO...only people in nursing homes still read ‘news’papers.
Don't mistake "ABC News" for a REAL news organization. Any company that would hire a paid apologist for the klintons, like little Georgie Stephonoupolos, is NO news organization.
Hmmmm...’rogue agents’...didn’t Sarah Palin go ‘rogue’? Palin IS behind this! I KNEW it!
As much as I am against hackers, I’d like to see one hack FB and twitter and flood the social networks with the scandals.
Left what, Alex: GMA or TV?
When Revolutionary War II starts, the MSM will be one of the first targets.
ABC is trying to find viewers. Their viewership is most likely constrained to televisions at airports and bars.
Bianna Golodryga, you mean the wife of Peter Orszag, the Obama chief of the Office of Management and Budget? More incest between the media and the administration.
By the end of next week, these scandals will be old, discarded news. If it isn’t on the front page, it didn’t happen. Facts don’t matter, news coverage does. Just ask Vince Foster.
I would agree but then his army of misinformers can respond. A billboard can only be yelled at or flipped off.
“Left what, Alex: GMA or TV?”
No, I left the USSA.
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