Why are Journalists Not Saying a Word About THIS?

Rep. Nancy Pelosi’s, D-Calif., the House Minority Leader has decided that the media did not do their job according to the democrat paly book. She thinks they failed her and the Party in the Russian hacking think and the Podesta emails fromWikiLeaks. Have you heard the media complain about how this so unfair and unbelievable attack? Of course, you heard nothing. They have not even whimpered.

As Written By T. BECKET ADAMS for the Washington Examiner:

Rep. Nancy Pelosi’s, D-Calif., attack on the press this weekend has provoked little outrage from reporters, which is curious considering the industry’s near-obsession with anti-media messages coming from the White House.

The House minority leader accused the press of acting as an accomplice in Russia’s reported undermining of the 2016 presidential election.

This is no small accusation.

“I do think, with all due respect in the world for the press, that the press could have done a better job [highlighting Russia’s alleged meddling in the election],” Pelosi told CNN’s Jake Tapper.

Russian hackers broke into the private email accounts of Democratic National Committee staffers and Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman, John Podesta. The hacking group WikiLeaks published the electronic communications in installments during the presidential election, which were then covered by the nation’s largest…..

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Reporters weirdly silent on Pelosi’s attack on the press | Washington Examiner

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