Stealth edits and post-facto misrepresentations now totes cool.
“That’s a bad thing for democracy,” but will the media look in the mirror?
Rolling Stone’s Matt Taibbi: “A death-blow for the reputation of the American news media.”
“I think that’s something that should be concerning to the White House.”
“I wonder if she’ll remain faithful when you’re in prison.”
“Good heavens, did we just suffer one of the largest collective gaslightings of the new year?”
“He is damaged goods.”
Witness for the prosecution?
“This hits a special place for me because my family has been the subject of a book like this.”
“They won’t touch him.”
Res ipsa loquitur.
Rolling Stone: Nothing changes, and no one gets fired … not even Erdely.
Jumping the Geraldo.
“We were seeing specific threat assessments and many of them have panned out exactly as we were told they would.”
Two week’s notice.
“This was an example of forced consensus.”
Say no to war with Syria.
Skepticism and vigilance.
“we will explore lawful pathways for them to remain in the United States”