So-Called ‘Journalists’ Huddle With Holder

Posted by on May 31, 2013 at 8:34 am

The ranks of Obama’s Palace Guard are thinning.

The five journalists at the meeting were Harris; Martin Baron, the executive editor of The Washington Post; Gerald Seib, the Wall Street Journal’s Washington bureau chief; Jane Mayer, The New Yorker staff writer; and Jim Warren, the Washington bureau chief for The New York Daily News.

If these tools had any self-respect they’d have told Holder to shove it. Apparently there were more lawyers on hand than alleged journalists.

Administrations officials present at the meeting included Attorney General Holder; Deputy Attorney General Cole; Margaret Richardson, Chief of Staff to the Attorney General; Jenny Mosier, Deputy Chief of Staff and Counsel to the Attorney General; David O’Neil, Chief of Staff to the Deputy Attorney General; Stuart Goldberg, Principal Associate Deputy Attorney General; Paul O’Brien, Deputy Assistant Attorney General, Criminal Division; Deborah Sorkin, Chief of the Policy and Statutory Enforcement Unit, Office of Enforcement Operations, Criminal Division; and Nanda Chitre, Acting Director, Office of Public Affairs.

That’s nine paid government liars and five alleged journalists.

8 Responses to “So-Called ‘Journalists’ Huddle With Holder”

  1. Blue Hen on 31/31/13 at 8:42 am

    No honor among thieves. Leftists and the media (but I repeat myself) demonstrate this every day.

  2. Bias on 31/31/13 at 9:56 am

    Deborah Sorkin?!

    She is apparently the sister of that Aaron Sorkin guy who writes all the left wing drivel for Hollywood.

    The media, entertainment, government incest is disgusting.

  3. MT Geoff on 31/31/13 at 10:20 am

    Glenn Beck was saying yesterday that some journalists might have attended on the “keep your enemies closer” principle, not to support Holder. That seems especially plausible for the WSJ.

  4. lyle on 31/31/13 at 1:28 pm

    “NOW GET OUT THERE AND SELL!”

    Love it! First place winner gets a Cadillac…

    Glenn Beck was saying yesterday that some journalists might have attended on the “keep your enemies closer” principle, not to support Holder. That seems especially plausible for the WSJ.

    The only conservative part of the WSJ is the editorial page which has been at odds (bordering on war) with the reportage for years. IOW, everything else in the WSJ is almost as liberal as any other newspaper. And Seib is a drooling syncOphant.

  5. westie on 31/31/13 at 4:55 pm

    WSJ sent one of their many worthless hack, the unreadable Gerald Seib. May the piss be upon him!