What will the AP do?

http://www.politico.com/blogs/media/2013/05/associated-press-will-not-attend-offtherecord-doj-165016.html

You could not have a more blatant example that the Obama administration has no limits on what it will do to intimidate the press and their enemies. The DoJ cast a wide net subpoenaing telephone records and emails of many AP editors and reporters – trying to figure out who leaked details of what turned out to be another US covert operation trying to convince Muslims to attack the United States.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/05/13/ap-phone-records-doj-leaks_n_3268932.html?utm_hp_ref=the-backstory

Providing the ultimate cover for the entire thing is a witless Republican demanding the investigation in the first place.

So the AP and NY Times are refusing to show up at Holder’s office to be told what his new rules will be (off the record). I’m sure Eric Holder is trembling in fear now.

Where will we get our news once TV news and newspapers are all gone?

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3 Responses to What will the AP do?

  1. Nidster says:

    Waterboarding?

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