Reblogged on kommonsentsjane/blogkommonsents.
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By Brent Bozell and Tim Graham ~
In the midst of their media feeding frenzy over Michael Wolff’s gossipy and fact-mangling book on the Trump White House, there was another piece of news that broke. On January 4, the FBI announced it had returned to investigating the Clinton Foundation. Yawn. First, they ignored it. Then, they touched on it for half a story, followed by pundits insisting that there is “nothing new,” as if they have access to the factual evidence being sought by the FBI.
Does the “nothing new” response ring a bell? It should.
Last year, some reporters stared at the clear evidence of corporate donations to the Clinton Foundation following State Department actions under Hillary Clinton and claimed there was “no evidence” of a pay-to-play scheme. But let’s explore the depth of their investigations giving them the authority to make such pronouncements. In October, NPR’s Joel Rose…
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