Wednesday, February 09, 2005

Finally, the truth about CNN's Eason Jordan erupts . . .

Of course, there's no way we can know for sure what is happening but this sure has the smell of truth about it. Iowahawk nails it.

It is at least as probable as the official CNN self-serving pronouncements on the subject, now that we know that there will be no video of the conference published. There's probably no good reason to publish the tape, anyhow, because doing so would probably just resolve the confusion about what Jordan actually said when he said the United States military is targeting news guys. Publishing the tape would spoil everything. Everyone knows it's a whole lot more fun to just make up the truth as you go along -- particularly if the real truth were to be, well, truthful about the sympathies of the head of an alleged news outfit that was attempting to sell itself as the most trusted source of information since the New Testament.

This little man would never dare to speak of it in public if the military was actually shooting journalists. But lefty chicks probably like it when he talks this way.

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