Growing up, it was virtually impossible to tell which political party the news anchors of the three major networks favored. I had no idea that Walter Cronkite was a flaming liberal until he gave interviews after he retired.
But Dan Rather left nothing to the imagination about where his allegiance lay when he did his best to undermine George W. Bush’s presidential candidacy with a biased, falsified report about his National Guard service.
Today’s mainstream media is almost exclusively populated with liberal Democrats unafraid to show their true colors. Recently in an interview on the Today show, David Gregory of NBC’s Meet the Press went even further in an attempt to destroy the career of a politician he doesn’t like.
Gregory said the only reason that Herman Cain remained candidate for the Republican presidential nomination was because the GOP lacked a “Grand Wizard” to force him out of the race.
Do you think he meant Gandalf from Lord of the Rings?
No, of course not. Gregory meant to insinuate a Grand Wizard from the Ku Klux Klan.
What other kind of “Grand Wizard” is there?
This whole business of suggesting Republicans don’t care about sexual harassment is patently absurd. Republicans don’t care about false smear campaigns against a man with impeccable integrity, by all accounts (except five.)
Republicans cared when accusers with legitimate complaints against Bill Clinton were vilified. But most conservative voters can recognize a hatchet job when they see it, and Herman Cain is being
Is Gregory so ignorant that he doesn’t remember the Democrat party was the home of the KKK after the Civil War?
He doesn’t know that George Wallace, Bull Connor, and Lester Maddox were all Democrats who were racist and segregationists?
Democrat Senator Robert Byrd was even a Kleagle and Exalted Cyclops in the KKK.
Didn’t know or doesn’t care — what’s the difference?
The facts don’t fit his “colored” view of the world that paints the true champions of equality as racist, and their opposition as the heroes.
Meet the Press, indeed.
Tim Russert is rolling over in his grave.