In another example of censoring a Barack Obama scandal, NBC has ignored the brewing controversy impacting American veterans and a shocking lack of access to hospital care. Though the news of up to 40 patients dying in Arizona has been going on for months, ABC finally covered the story on Tuesday’s Good Morning America, offering a scant 29 seconds. Reporter Amy Robach informed that the President is “standing by his Secretary of Veterans Affairs,” despite a call by the American Legion on Monday for his ouster. CBS This Morning gave it 18 seconds. Robach explained that the nation’s largest veterans group has accused “Secretary Eric Shinseki and his top aides of, quote, ‘poor oversight and failed leadership,’ after reports that as many as 40 patients in Phoenix may have died because of delays in care and allegations that hospitals have tried to cover up other delays.” Despite the controversy, this was the first time Shinseki’s name has been uttered on ABC since his nomination on December 6, 2008. Fox News and CNN have both covered the scandal, but NBC has avoided it.
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