MRC: Blackberry Blackout: Nets Refuse to Report IRS Destroyed Lerner’s Phone After Probe Began


1. Blackberry Blackout: Nets Refuse to Report IRS Destroyed Lerner’s Phone After Probe Began

On the heels of a Department of Justice lawyer admitting to Judicial Watch that Lois Lerner’s e-mails do exist comes another stunning revelation. On Monday evening the New York Observer reported “the IRS destroyed Lerner’s Blackberry after it knew her computer had crashed and after a Congressional inquiry was well underway.” Big Three (ABC, CBS, NBC) network coverage of this fishy behavior on the part of the IRS and Lerner? 0 seconds. Read More: http://www.mrc.org/biasalerts/blackberry-blackout-nets-refuse-report-irs-destroyed-lerners-phone-after-probe-began

2. Chris Matthews Plots Strategy With Dems on How to Use Ferguson Unrest for Midterms

It’s not surprising that MSNBC’s Chris Matthews would frame the racial unrest in Ferguson through a political lens. The liberal host on Monday brought on two prominent Democrats to plot strategy on how the fallout from the Michael Brown shooting could be appropriated. After pointing out that the teen’s death “might have political implications this coming November,” he wondered, “…Could anger over the Brown case motivate more African-American voters to turn up this November?” It wasn’t hard to figure who he hoped the shooting could benefit. Highlighting past examples, the MSNBC anchor asserted, “So, if a member of Congress from a minority community wants to get people outraged — they are outraged — get them voting, it seems to me this would be a weapon to do that with.” Read More: http://www.mrc.org/biasalerts/chris-matthews-plots-strategy-dems-how-use-ferguson-unrest-midterms

3. CBS Plays Up Backlash Against Burger King’s Move to Canada: ‘Some In Washington Are Fuming’

For the second day in a row, CBS did its best to hype opposition to fast food chain Burger King after it announced plans to purchase Canadian coffee and doughnut chain Tim Hortons and relocate to Canada to lower its tax burden. On Tuesday, CBS This Morning fill-in anchor Anthony Mason introduced a segment by boosting how “main street and some in Washington are fuming about the fast food giant’s move to Canada.” Read More: http://www.mrc.org/biasalerts/cbs-plays-backlash-against-burger-kings-move-canada-some-washington-are-fuming

4. CBS’s Duthiers on Missouri State Law on Police Use of Force: ‘Sounds Like Cops Are Protected No Matter What’

Reporting on the latest in Ferguson, Missouri for Tuesday night’s CBS Evening News, CBS News correspondent Vladimir Duthiers interviewed a St. Louis detective on what Missouri state law states regarding the ability of law enforcement to use deadly force. After reading from the law directly, Duthiers opined to the detective that it “[s]ounds to me as if the cops are protected no matter what they do.” To Duthiers’s comment, detective and St. Louis County Police Association president Gabe Crocker responded that police officers are not “protected by a blanket policy where they can just shoot people and get away with it,” but emphasized that “I do think the law allows for police officers to use deadly force.” Read More: http://www.mrc.org/biasalerts/cbss-duthiers-missouri-state-law-police-use-force-sounds-cops-are-protected-no-matter-wha

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  1. a12iggymom says:

    Reblogged this on U.S. Constitutional Free Press.

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