@JamesOKeefeIII a) you are not a journalist b) the truth is you intended to tap her phones c) it’s a felony d) you will go to prison.
Shuster traveled to New Orleans to report on the case, and appeared on Keith Olbermann‘s program, the first 20 minutes of which last night was devoted to the story. Politico’s Michael Calderone notes that MSNBC has “been all over the arrests at Landrieu’s New Orleans office.”
“Fox News, by contrast, has spent relatively little time on the story,” writes Calderone. “It’s quite a contrast from last fall, when Fox gave loads of airtime to the undercover videos in which O’Keefe pretended to be a pimp seeking help from ACORN.”
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