Krauthammer Tells 'Liberal Pals' on PBS 'I Can't Believe You're Covering for the Administration' on Libya
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Krauthammer Tells 'Liberal Pals' on PBS 'I Can't Believe You're Covering for the Administration' on Libya

Tripoli : Libya | Sep 29, 2012 at 10:34 AM PDT
Source: Newsbusters
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Syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer gave quite a scolding Friday to his fellow panelists on PBS's Inside Washington . During a discussion about the murder of our ambassador in Libya, Krauthammer said, "I just want to respond to my liberal pals over here...I can't believe you guys are covering for the administration on the Susan Rice thing when they themselves said five days later it was obviously a terror attack...So why for a week did the administration pretend that it was a demonstration? NPR: Well, it wouldn't be a very good plan if they were pretending and then saying something different later. It's a good plan because the longer you draw it out, the less that the media and the country will care about it. It's an issue, you seize of the issue right away, and it's worked...Now you're insulting your audience, the people who are still with us. No, these are the nine people in America who really care about stuff...Story Continues Below Ad Well, I guess that makes me one of the nine people in America who really care about stuff...If President Obama were Republican, the media would be going nuts over what happened in Libya earlier this month, so much so that it would be having a significantly negative impact on his reelection chances. But because these folks are all in on getting this man another four years, their reporting on this matter has been atrocious. Sadly, that's been par for the course for America's corrupt press since Obama first threw his name into the presidential ring in February 2007. For the record, besides Totenberg, the other "liberal pals" on the panel were PBS's Mark Shields and Politico's Evan Thomas.

 
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