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Again: Reporter Caught on Hot Mic Dissing Romney Before Event

Joel176 Wrote: Oct 30, 2012 3:46 PM
I certainly hope that with the Romney administration that they select someone like Dana Perino or Ari Fleischer. Then, vet all the people coming to the weekly press conference. Do to them, what they do to Fox. Freeze them out unless they can prove themselves to be an unbiased journalist.
Gregory142 Wrote: Oct 30, 2012 3:58 PM
He'd never take the job, but a Newt Gingrich type would be the perfect WH Press Secretary.....
"OK, next stupid question. Where is the MSNBC hack, accusing Romney of racism? You're
"Yes, PBS clown. President Romney continues to prioritize spending money on weapons
to kill avowed terrorists and enemies of our nation. This will continue to have higher priority
than green energy boondoggles like harvesting algae and trying to turn it into jet fuel."
"Yes, clueless HuffPo Democrat cheerleader. Speak, Bambi. What's that? No, just because
President Romney has a larger net worth than President Obama, he has not planned on
paying for Malia and Sasha's college education."
Scrap Iron in Texas Wrote: Oct 30, 2012 3:56 PM
You would end up with a press conference with four members of the press, not counting the local high school newspapers.

We've been through this before, but here we are again. An "objective" reporter was caught on a hot mic today before a Romney event saying, "40 percent chance he'll [Romney] say something stupid." The Huffington Post's Jon Ward posted the following on his Twitter feed:


No surprise, the reporter caught on the feed was Buzz Feed's McKay Coppins. At least he was willing to fess up. Notice him trying to cover for his comments by applauding Romney for the way he handled the event.