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Media: Actually, This White House Threatens Us All The Time

Kirk72 Wrote: Mar 04, 2013 2:34 PM
TC wrote "As Scarborough told it, during the Bush years a White House official called during the show [Scarborough Country, it would seem] to take issue with something he had said, and wanted to dictate a response to Scarborough's executive producer. Scarborough threatened to fire the producer if he wrote the comment down, and in response proceeded to run the story for the next two weeks" Asking to make a comment on something said on air is not a threat. It's asking to make a comment. The fact that Joe threatened to fire his producer seams to me the relevant point in your post.
Kirk72 Wrote: Mar 04, 2013 2:37 PM
Your link for Andra M does not work. But seeing how all the people involved are long out of the white house, and some are dead, makes it hard for them to defend themselves. It's may or may not be true.
Kirk72 Wrote: Mar 04, 2013 2:55 PM
So again your link did not work. Your proof is very lacking. You have not in any way refuted what I said.

But they know deep down that President Obama still loves them, and that it was kind of even their fault anyway.  The New York Post's  Maureen Callahan chronicles the abusive and intimidating tactics the current administration employs against the press:

This administration is more skilled and disciplined than any other in controlling the narrative, using social media to circumnavigate the press. On the flip side, our YouTube culture means even the slightest gaffe can be devastating, and so you have an army of aides and staffers helicoptering over reporters. Finally, this week, reporters are pushing back....