When you get tired of the antics of the Sunday Morning Political Show Stooges, George, Chris, and Curly Jake, change the channel. Get your mind right. Watch the real Stooges, Moe, Larry and Curly Joe.
At Thursday’s White House Press Briefing we find CBS’ Major Garrett insinuating that White house Press Secretary, Sarah Sanders, might be in legal jeopardy over Stormy Daniels briefings, “When you’ve given answers around this general topic you gave us the best information you had at the time. Now it appears your position is you’re not going to comment because it’s ongoing litigation. Have you been advised not to wade into this to protect yourself from any potential legal exposure by giving either false information or information that proves later not to be able to be withstood in court?”
What we suggest is for Ms. Sanders to invite Major Garrett up to the Press Briefing Podium to answer a few questions about CBS News’ own Charlie Rose and his “27 accusers” and the , the “multiple CBS Executives” that covered up Charlie’s little peccadilloes.
Major, I would be far more interested in your own explanation of what you knew, when you knew it and why you didn't report it regarding CBS' own Charlies Rose and his now "27 accusers" and the "multiple CBS Execs" who covered up his sexual proclivities. The podium is yours.
— ThePublicEditor.com (@TPE_PubEditor) May 4, 2018
If CNN and The Washington Post report it, it must be true….?
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