Valerie Jarrett says Fox News is biased, but MSNBC is…hey, how about those Phillies

by editor on October 28, 2009

This video clip has two newsworthy components. First, Valerie Jarrett attacked Fox News while being interviewed on CNN. Second, CNN’s Campbell Brown actually had the integrity to call her on it.

Brown: Do you think Fox News is biased?

Jarrett: Of course they’re biased. (laughs)

Brown: Well, do you also think MSNBC is biased?

Jarrett: Well, you know what? This is…this is the thing. I don’t want to generalize and say Fox is biased or another station is biased. I think what we want to do is to look at it on a case-by-case basis. And when we see a pattern of distorition, were going to be honest about that pattern of distortion.

Brown: But you only see that at Fox News. That’s all that you’ve spoken out about.

Jarrett: That’s actually not true.

Well, yes, Ms. Jarret, that actually is true. Fox is the only network you’ve criticized and the only one you’re likely to criticize. Criticizing MSNBC would be like eating your own young.

Kudos to Campbell Brown. The “are you friggin’ kidding me” look on her face during the interview pretty much says it all.

Source: HotAir.com

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Jack October 28, 2009 at 7:52 am

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This is typical of how these folks seek to limit the debate. Only “reasonable people” can discuss the details of how the government should regulate health care. Anyone who wants to debate whether or not government should regulate health care at all is by default, unreasonable.

Health care is a product, not a right. Let the free market work.

The debate should, and always has been, “what is the proper role of government in our lives?” They will not have this debate, under any circumstances.

They speak in forgone conclusions hoping to make us believe that an intrusive government and its regulations are beyond debate, are just a fact of life. And the dumbed down, public school educated, sheeple just stare back at them with wonder and repeat, “Hope! Change! Yes we can!” Then they flip on there big screen TV and watch Dancing w/ the Stars. Pathetic!

If you think Bush/Cheney were bad (and make no mistake, they were awful), believe me, you ain’t seen nuffin yet.

Pittsburgh Z October 28, 2009 at 9:45 am

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How did they edit out her nose? Because she was lying so much that her nose HAD to be growing.

The White House thugs are despicable.

jasonwedge October 28, 2009 at 11:08 am

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I see this weeks word is “distortion” I love this administrations use of one word over and over and over…then they just move on the next one….Commical….

Thallus October 28, 2009 at 12:46 pm

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Lets put things in perspective and read this article by Thomas Sowell:

http://jewishworldreview.com/cols/sowell102709.php3

If lliberal Demogogics have even the smallest of clues what the Constitution is (and actually read and understand it), this article should upset them just as it does the rest of us.

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