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Scott Cameron Pelley (born July 28, 1957) is an American television journalist who is currently anchor and managing editor of the CBS Evening News and a correspondent for the CBS news...

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CBS's Scott Pelley Suppresses "War President's" Incompetence

PELLEY: What would you say right now in this interview to the Iranian president about the meddling in Iraq? BUSH: I'd say, first of all, to him, "You've made terrible choices for your people. You've isolated your nation. You've taken a nation of proud and honorable people, and you've made your country the pariah of the world. You've threatened countries with nuclear weapons. You've said you want a nuclear weapon. You've defied international accord. And you're slowly but surely isolating yourself." And secondly, that "it's in your interest to have a unified nation on your border. It's in your interest that there be a flourishing democracy." And thirdly, you know, "If we catch your people inside the country harming US citizens or Iraqi citizens, you know, we will deal with them." When Pelley tells President Ahmadinejad what President Bush said, he omits the sentences which expose Bush as dangerously ignorant of the basic facts. This is Mainstream Media at its most devious, suppressing things from most of the people. Bush doesn't understand the BASIC facts, And Scott Pelley suppresses this? How many people are going to go back to the original transcript from January and read what Bush actually said and find out Pelley is playing them for fools? "I Am Just A Reporter. I Am A Simple, Average American Reporter." - Scott Pelley Video from January: Bush is Ignorant and Extremely Dangerous Killing Free Speech: Fair Use Video Removed by YouTube
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