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‘All three branches of government are colluding against the interests of the people,’ National Security Correspondent, The Nation

December 7, 2013

12/5/2013, “Nation Mag Reporter: Obama Admin ‘Want Only State Media – They Want Everything to Look Like MSNBC’,” NewsBusters, Sheppard

“Jeremy Scahill, the national security correspondent for the far-left Nation magazine, made quite an indictment Thursday about the Obama administration and the state of journalism today.

Appearing on Democracy! Now, Scahill said…

“When all three branches of the government are colluding against the interests of the people, it’s the responsibility of journalists and journalism at large to hold them accountable. But this White House, like Bush before, Bushes before, they seem to want only state media. They want everything to look like MSNBC. And that’s not real journalism.””…

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Comment: An employee of The Nation freely admits all three branches of the US government are colluding against the people. The reporter’s awareness of this fact is helpful, but why isn’t he using his position to have the information placed on the front page of the New York Times with an urgent call for the removal of government, immediate filing of articles of impeachment if not arrest? He knows all our lives are in danger. At minimum he knows a criminal mob is running this country.

The reporter is distressed that Obama “wants only state media like Bush before.” As Howie Carr said, Bush and everyone else may have wanted it, so what, they didn’t get it. The difference is Obama gets. it.

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