You’re the one who’s uninformed, Barbara Walters

When I was promoting the first release of my documentary film, “Media Malpractice… How Obama Got Elected and Palin Was Targeted,” and after Walters nearly put her shaking finger through my chest while we debated on “The View,” I did Walters’ radio show and was shocked when Walters revealed that she was likely one of the many Obama voters who was under the delusion that Palin had told Charlie Gibson, “I can see Russia from my house,” rather than what Palin had actually said which was the very different, “You can actually see Russia from land here in Alaska.”

While two scientific polls that I commissioned prove that huge numbers of Obama voters were fooled by the media into think that “I can see Russia from my house” was Palin’s statement and not Tina Fey mocking a simple fact stated by Palin, I had naively figured that an esteemed media figure like Walters would know better. But, as this audio proves, Walters was dangerously and, rather hilariously, “uninformed.” (For the record, Palin is aware of this episode, and did very subtly refer to it during last year’s interview with Walters, but refrained from blasting her with it in an effort to remain classy.)

Don’t hold your breath to hear that truly “gotcha” moment anywhere in the mainstream media.