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Thursday, November 08, 2012

60 Minutes covers up Benghazigate

In an earlier post, I wrote that the only way to beat Left-biased mainstream media is to create equally Right-biased mainstream media. Here's a case in point.

On Sunday, when it was too late for most people to see it before the elections, CBS's 60 Minutes - the same 60 Minutes that lied in 2004 about George W. Bush's National Guard service - released a part of a September 12, 2012 interview with President Obama that had not been released before. But they released it by posting it online - not by putting it on television. People had to be lucky enough to find it.

Let's go to the videotape.

Mario Murillo has a few questions about this video. 
Why did CBS release a clip that appeared to back up Obama’s claim in the second debate on Oct. 19, a few days before the foreign policy debate, and not release the rest of that interview at the beginning?  
Why on the Sunday before the election, almost six weeks after the attack, at 6 p.m. does an obscure online timeline posted on CBS.com contain the additional “60 Minutes” interview material from Sept. 12?
Why wasn’t it news after the president said what he said in the second debate, knowing what they had in that “60 Minutes” tape — why didn’t they use it then? And why is it taking Fox News to spur other media organizations to take the Benghazi story seriously?  
Whatever your politics, there are a lot of loose ends here, a lot of unanswered questions and a lot of strange political maneuvers that don’t add up.
 Read the whole thing.

Think about the Rashid Khalidi tape (which could be released now that Obama is not facing any more elections).

The Right continues to play like a bunch of choir boys, playing 'fair and honest' while the Left continues to behave like a street fighter playing to win. So long as that continues, we on the Right will continue to complain about 'media bias' and continue to lose elections decided by an uninformed or deceived electorate.

What could go wrong?

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