November 21, 2009

Got somebody's attention

Yesterday's post about Andrew Breitbart promising to release more ACORN tapes unless Attorney General Eric Holder does his job and investigate them seems to have hit a nerve. From Columbia Journalism Review:
Well, It May Deserve an Award in Something
Memo to Sean Hannity, who is calling for James O�Keefe, Hannah Giles, and Andrew Breitbart to get a �journalism award� for their video sting of ACORN: Generally, when in possession of what one believes to be newsworthy information, the journalistic thing to do is get it out to the public�not attempt to blackmail the attorney general.
Andrew writes at Big Government:
Thanks for Paying Attention Big Journalism
In response to the Columbia Journalism Review�s accusing me of �blackmailing� the Attorney General of the United States, I must take notice that the mainstream media as a journalistic establishment IS paying attention to the ongoing ACORN scandal. Good. I thought so.

What the Columbia Journalism Review is doing is very similar to what Media Matters is doing: protecting the Democrat-Media Complex, the natural alliance of the Democratic Party and the mainstream media. This ACORN investigation has been going on for two months and Hannah, James, and I have proven to be truth-tellers every step of the way, while the Association of Community Organizers for Reform Now has been proven time and again to be liars.
Heh... Posted by DaveH at November 21, 2009 4:32 PM
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