Skip to comments.Reporter: Editor Buried Story on Hillary Defending Child Rapist Because 'It Might Have an Impact'
Posted on 06/20/2014 11:18:16 AM PDT by george76
mainstream media reporter Glenn Thrush revealed that a former editor of his at Newsday in 2008 delayed and buried his story on Hillary Clinton's defense of a child rapist because "it might have an impact."
When Thrush wrote the story on February 24, 2008, Clinton was battling Barack Obama for the Democratic presidential nomination.
The more things change, the more they stay the same.
Newsweek had killed the story to protect its ally Clinton in the White House.
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, who has pioneered the use of social media to further level the playing field, said, the "new media rose up precisely because the old media failed to tell the truth."
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The MSM is the Country’s greatest threat.
They buried the story and she still lost to The Chosen One? They should have run with it and blamed the Obama campaign. Could have worked.
On the other hand, they’ll fake stories that they believe are “accurate” in order to “have an impact” on GW Bush.
And then they’ll give the faker an award.
How can a democracy work when the politicians and bureaucrats and news media cover-up everything?
“it might have an impact.”
They didn’t hesitate to try to trash GWB with fake letters about his National Guard service.
There is a big difference between a Constitutional Republic ( rule of law ) and Democracy ( mob rule ) . The authors of the US Constitution knew the difference - thus they never used the word democracy in the US Constitution.
2. ) Most of the media are useful idiots - controlled by the elite who promote the media cover-ups in their hope to be the next Socialist Hitler.
Yeah - might have an impact in the middle of his head. Clintoons are like muslims, they intimidate their critics into silence.
Might have an impact?
It darn well should have an impact
On the positive side, that means it got saved for 201
More of Clintons get out ahead of the story strategy
This will be old news by next year