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Wednesday, August 02, 2017

Wasserman Schultz Scandal Is a Story ‘the Press Doesn’t Want Out There’

Dan Gainor, vice president of Business and Culture at the Media Research Center, spoke with Breitbart News Daily SiriusXM host Alex Marlow on Monday about various issues, including the media’s ignoring of the Debbie Wasserman Schultz IT staffer scandal.

Gainor’s latest item at reads:

Watching news outlets go out of their way to hide a potentially huge Democratic scandal is almost funny. So-called journalists are too busy covering presidential tweets to report on a topic that might embarrass their friends.

Welcome to the Imran Awan-Debbie Wasserman Schultz scandal or Compugrab, as I like to call it.

Awan was the top IT aide to Democratic Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz. The FBI reportedly “seized smashed computer hard drives” from his home. He was “arrested trying to flee to Pakistan after wiring almost $300,000 to the country,” according to The Daily Caller, which has owned the story because it does actual news reporting.

Gainor said Monday, “This is a story that the press would generally like. But instead, when it came out when he was arrested, ABC and NBC ignored it completely in the first 24 hours.”

Gainor went on to say, “CBS covered it for all of 37 seconds and, of course, ended the story with their famous catchphrase anti-Muslim bigotry because that’s the allegation from his lawyer..



Anonymous said...

check out who the US attorney is for D.C. its Debbie's brother

Anonymous said...

I haven't watched TV "news" for many years now, but I hear their reports on radio. Has anyone else noticed how the "news" is often just a regurgitation of someone's TWEET or a dumb story printed in WSJ, Carlos Slim NYT and Jeff Bezos Amazon Post?