Thursday, November 29, 2007

Horticulture Journalism 101... search 'CNN' and 'plant'Fall usually isn't the time for planting, but that hasn't stopped CNN.

HotAir and Michelle Malkin have been leading the coverage on this, and is now linked in the headlines at Drudge, along with Newsbusters and Politico... awesome.

Let's start with this video montage from HotAir last week... the politics of planting:

Now head over to Michelle Malkin for the Drudge-linked post on the Republican debate last night...Digging out more CNN/YouTube plants.

Go to NewsBusters for all of the CNN bias coverage you can stand.

Human Events has coverage here:
Retired Brig. Gen. Keth Kerr who was featured as a "spontaneous" questioner on CNN's YouTube Republican Debate on Wednesday night is actually an operative in the Hillary Clinton campaign.


So Hillary’s campaign strategy obviously goes beyond planting friendly questioners at her own appearances. It now includes sending her lieutenants (in this case a General) into the enemy (GOP) camp in an “Operation Harassment.”

It is more than a little ironic that the "don't ask/don't tell" policy that Kerr -- a Hillary Clinton operative -- was attacking was in fact implemented as official military policy by President Bill Clinton in 1993.
... and more on Retired Brig. Gen. Keith H. Kerr here.

Audio: Michelle talks about it with Glenn Beck on his show this morning.

Update 11/30: Michelle Malkin continues the coverage with CNN’s “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy. Also - surprise, surprise - one of the questioners was a CAIR intern! You seriously can't make this stuff up!

Here she is talking about CNN's "veritable greenhouse" on Fox & Friends this morning:

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