We Live in an Upside-Down World: TV Networks Ignore Benghazi Hearings


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What a shock. What an absolute shock, ladies and gentlemen. It looks like no other news network, not even cable news, is covering the Benghazi hearings, except for Fox News. We live in an upside-down world, ladies and gentlemen, where most everybody is going to ignore what happens here in these hearings, and, when it’s over, they’re going to say, “What’s the big deal anyway?” CNN has joined now. They have got Gregory Hicks and I guess it makes some kind of sense because Jacob Tapper has been front and center on this on many occasions.

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I know it’s a minor player, but it does have an audience. Salon magazine, a Web magazine, Salon.com, they have a story by a guy who actually is a paid hack from Think Progress, which is a think tank run by John Podesta, Center for American Progress, whatever it is. He’s disguised as a journalist and reporter over at Salon, and he said that nothing’s gonna happen here. Nothing at all is gonna happen because these hearings can’t possibly have any credibility since Fox is the only network that’s paid any attention to it.

In fact, Fox has already brought discredit to the witnesses because their reporting on this has been so terrible, Fox’s reporting on Benghazi has been so terrible that the witnesses are already discredited. Except for some reason neither Salon nor anybody else can point to a single significant point about Benghazi that Fox has gotten wrong. On the contrary, just about all we know about Benghazi comes from Fox News or Sharyl Attkisson at CBS.



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