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RUSH: You know, I was watching Fox this morning, and they were talking about something. Have you heard the bit in the Kavanaugh book by these two babes at the New York Times? Have you heard that they say in the book that they called Kavanaugh and they offered to interview him? They wanted to interview him for the book. They say that Kavanaugh said that he would do it if they would not report that he had done it. In other words, he would talk to ’em on background. He would tell ’em what they want to know, only if they said they didn’t talk to him. Of course, they refused.
So I’m watching people discussing this today on Fox News. One of the people talking about it’s a good reporter, a great reporter from the Wall Street Journal named James Freeman. He’s a Fox analyst. James Freeman is a journalist, he’s in the business, and he was talking about how brilliant a guy Kavanaugh is here for refusing to talk to these New York Times reporters. (paraphrased) “Kavanaugh was very smart because he knew he would be misquoted, that he would be lied about.”
James Freeman is talking about the way the New York Times does business as though it’s common knowledge that — day in and day out — they lie, that they make things up, that they misquote people, that they’re running agendas. This is somebody in the business. This is not somebody outside the business making a comment about journalism. This is a guy who is in the upper echelon of reporters at the Wall Street Journal. I ask myself this question frequently. You know, I read a lot of stuff, folks, and I read a lot of people (leftists) who love the media and who think the New York Times is God on earth — and I am not exaggerating that.
They think the New York Times is infallible. They all want to work there. They all want to know the reporters that work there. I mean, it’s the most amazing thing. Yet here comes the Times, and they pull a stunt like this where they leave out exculpatory comments from the woman supposedly abused by Kavanaugh who doesn’t remember it happening. Then we find out that Christine Blasey Ford’s best friend did not even believe her story. Then we were told that Christine Blasey Ford had a real, real challenge to get to Washington because she doesn’t like to fly. She’s very nervous flying.
Well, we find out that the cofounder of LinkedIn put her on his private jet to get her to Washington! Reid… Reid whatever his name is. What’s the cofounder of LinkedIn’s name? Reid Huffingsmith? Reid Elkington? Reid whatever the name is. I know the name. It’s at the tip of my tongue. I’m having a little brain spasm here. Anyway, so all of these leftists are engineering the Christine Blasey Ford charade, while people say (sobbing), “She doesn’t like to fly. It was a really courageous thing she did to get there to try to save the court! (sniffle) My God, she’s so afraid of flying!
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