Skip to comments.CBS 'Believes in Easter Bunny' and IRS Excuse for Lost Lerner Emails
Posted on 06/16/2014 11:03:01 AM PDT by PJ-Comix
Apparently CBS News believes in the Easter Bunny.
Newsbusters' Brad Wilmouth reported this morning that CNN's John King made this comment about the Lois Lerner emails that the IRS now claims are supposedly lost: ""Do you believe in the Easter Bunny? Do you believe in Santa Claus? Do you believe that Lois Lerner's emails just suddenly went poof?" Well, CBS News seems to be in Easter Bunny belief mode based on their narrow report Friday, IRS lost Lois Lerner's emails in tea party probe, which carefully avoids any curiosity as how such emails are now supposedly irretrievable. As we shall see, the comments posted by their own readers provides the informative skepticism that CBS lacks. In fact their own former reporter Sharyl Attkisson is now asking on her website the questions that CBS should but so far hasn't been asking:
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cBS News! Fake But Accurate!
Sharyl is just asking questions that no Communist-American journalist will ask.
I thought Dan Rather retired.......
Yet I’m sure we will hear a recycle of Nixon’s 18 minute tape gap story come 2016.
This administration takes us for a$$holes, and the media is 100% behind them.
CBS isn’t as stupid as NBC. That’s about all that can be said in their favor...
Nixon using the watergate burglars to break into democrat Hdq and subsequent cover up, pales in comparison to the Hero of Benghazi lying and covering up Benghazi and using the FBI to go after political opponents to win an election. Just two of his crimes.
Nixon had the sense to resign and this guy has no morality or obligation to the country.
Paul Sperry of WorldNetDaily reported on the missing White House emails of Al Gore and how the entire email archive process was tainted during the Clinton-Gore campaign financing scandal investigations.
The Democrat party was always a criminal and corrupt organization.
But you know what they say, if it works keep doing it until the other side figures out a defense for it.
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