Fake newscasters continue to take on pseudo-journalists

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As Robert Novak recovers from having a broken hip, he still continues to get a free "pass" from the press for not revealing the White House source who outted a CIA agent, effectively committing treason. To add insult to injury Novak wants other reporters to out their sources and/or do it for them. Meanwhile taxpayers foot the multimillion dollar bill for some sort of goofy investigation that dances all around the fact that Novak is at this time, the traitor who won't ID the staffer who committed treason.

These events have become so far-fetched and illogical that it seems we're in some sort of bizarro world, where fake-news comedians such as Jon Stewart and his Daily Show offer more information, truth and insight than CNN and other networks. Jon Stewart has now gone on the offensive, taking shots at mainstream news for not doing their job.

"Bob Novak could end this whole thing tomorrow," the "fake news" apostle declared at a New Yorker magazine breakfast at the Bryant Park Grill. "There's millions of dollars being spent on this investigation, and people are going to jail, but his evil is not allowed even in the darkened abyss of his soul - some would say soul."

"Novak apparently broke his hip. I think that's not the case," Stewart said under questioning from Ken Auletta. "I think his hip tried to escape."

Piling on, Stewart continued: "I would not have him on the show. I have standards. I wouldn't do it. He shouldn't be on television. CNN should not have him on the air. He should not be amongst civilized people."


 

 

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