Egyptians Rip CNN and Obama as His Buddy Morsi Falls


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Bret Baier, who hosts Special Report with Bret Baier on the Fox News Channel. He’s got a new blog, I think. It’s new to me. He’s got a blog, and he posted a note that he got from a friend of his in Alexandria, Egypt, who explained in American terms, using an American analogy just what exactly happened in Egypt, not just last week but the past year, and it is great. You know, most of the news coming out of Egypt is not coming from mainstream media. It’s coming from average, ordinary Egyptians using social media. That goes to who’s a journalist and who isn’t.

In Tahrir Square, there are even signs, they’re making fun of CNN in Tahrir Square. I got it here somewhere. Yeah, “CNN shame on you.” These signs are being held up by people starting last Wednesday. “To: CNN — You should be ashamed of yourself. Your coverage of the revolution was totally biased in favor of the MB, just like your Government.”

Exactly right. Just last Wednesday we played one of my all-time favorite series of sound bites from my old buddy Nic Robertson at CNN. Three years ago, Tahrir Square, asking all these protesters what their message for Obama would be. And Obama wanted Morsi in there. Obama supported the Brotherhood. Obama will not abandon the Brotherhood now.



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