Get ready for some hard-hitting accountability journalism

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28 Responses to Get ready for some hard-hitting accountability journalism

  1. JC says:

    At least they didn’t ask her what milk shake flavor she likes like they did with Hiden.

  2. JC says:

    Sniveling and groveling at its worst.

    CBS Gushes Over Kamala: “Harris Was Born for This Moment in History”

  3. miltonf says:

    The same way the meja was trying to portray the Trumbles as the new JFK and Jackie.

  4. PB says:

    “At least they didn’t ask her what milk shake flavor she likes like they did with Hiden.”

    No, it was ice-cream. We know this because they are so hard-hitting, remember? Peeling away the layers, without fear. Such distinctions make us all more politically aware, thanks CNN, ABC, NBC, and not to forget their plucky little ABC here in Auzghanistan.

    (Laptop? what laptop??)

  5. Fair Shake says:

    Could they ask for her favourite Winter pizza topping your teenager will love.
    What colour to paint my couch to impress my neighbors
    And How to build an administration and outdoor furniture with things you would normally throw out.

    Coming up next Traffic.

  6. Buccaneer says:

    Surprisingly she turned up in a jet, not battleship Potemkin

  7. miltonf says:

    rule by lawyers. yuk

  8. Rabbi Putin says:

    Will they also ask a question about THOSE knee pads?

  9. W Hogg says:

    “Given you are impeaching Trump666 for inciting violence, do you think your funding of violent BLM rioters is also impeachable?”

  10. Mick Gold Coast QLD says:

    From Rabbi Putin at 7:57 am:

    “Will they also ask a question about THOSE knee pads?”

    Swallow or sp..?

  11. WX says:

    I’d like to get in early with a word bingo/woke Scrabble (Wabble?) prediction for the first equivalent interview with newly scented -sorry, elected-Prez Biden:
    I’d like the word ‘Restore’ for 48 mentions please.

  12. mh says:

    Kamala, there is an old expression “Once you go black you never go back”.

    But this hasn’t been the case for you. Can you tell us why?

  13. H B Bear says:

    Looking forward to the re-run on Channel Ten.

  14. Clam Chowdah says:

    Cannot wait to hear about the sneakers.

  15. Andre Lewis says:

    If dictators want to take over a country they first need to reward their political supporters and demonise/lock up their political enemies. Next step is to politicise the police and the courts and control the media. After that is achieved the final hurdle is to have control of the military and on the 20th Biden and Harris will have just that.

  16. JC says:

    This woman is a complete fucking clown. An embarrassment.

    Ever her father can’t stand her. He sounds like a decent dude.

    Kamala Harris’s father is not a big fan of his daughter’s identity politics.

    As a matter of fact, he’s such a critic of her pandering and race bating that he called her out back in 2019 during her failed Dem primary bid.

    What he said:

    “My dear departed grandmothers (whose extraordinary legacy I described in a recent essay on this website), as well as my deceased parents, must be turning in their grave right now to see their family’s name, reputation and proud Jamaican identity being connected, in any way, jokingly or not with the fraudulent stereotype of a pot-smoking joy seeker and in the pursuit of identity politics. Speaking for myself and my immediate Jamaican family, we wish to categorically dissociate ourselves from this travesty.”

  17. Texas Jack says:

    So, Cats, what would you propose to ‘reform’ the media sector? Hard to see how active or passive controls fit with the libertarian patch here. How to beat the bias?

    It’s just a question.

    Matt Taibbi proposes a kind of middle ground –

    We need a new media channel, the press version of a third party, where those financial pressures to maintain audience are absent. Ideally, it would:

    – not be aligned with either Democrats or Republicans;
    – employ a Fairness Doctrine-inspired approach that discourages groupthink and requires at least occasional explorations of alternative points of view;
    – embrace a utilitarian mission stressing credibility over ratings, including by;
    – operating on a distribution model that as much as possible doesn’t depend upon the indulgence of Apple, Google, and Amazon.

    Innovations like Substack are great for opinionated individual voices like me, but what’s desperately needed is an institutional reporting mechanism that has credibility with the whole population. That means a channel that sees its mission as something separate from politics, or at least as separate from politics as possible.

    I don’t have answers, just the question.

    What would you like to see evolve??

  18. Up The Workers! says:

    I suspect that Kamala is still not yet as good a puppeteer of (Made in China) Paedo-Joe, as Bull Shitten was of Malcontent Turncoat. Can she drink a glass of water whilst pulling the strings to make Old Joe say: “Bottle of beer, bottle of beer, bottle of beer”?

    She still cannot convincingly make Paedo-Joe look half-way credible when he is attempting to read the dictation of somebody else’s words in the Jumbo Codger-font large-print on his teleprompter.

    Will she be doing the Chinese-to-English interpretation for all 3 attendees at his Inauguration?

  19. Roger says:

    Speaking for myself and my immediate Jamaican family, we wish to categorically dissociate ourselves from this travesty.

    Kamala, tell us, how’s your relationship with your father?

  20. RJH says:

    “If you can fain insincerity you’ve got it made” – Kamala, Surely no finer example of an individual who oozes insincerity by the bucket load. I bet “willy” Brown her one time older/geriatric boyfriend/SF Mayor would be so, so proud of his then young 90’s protege?
    To get the full lowdown, and I definitely mean LOWDOWN, on both I can highly recommend Peter Schweizer’s “Profiles in Corruption” where he clinically dissects and exposes the past & ongoing entrenched pursuit of power, money & corruption amongst the legions of the past & present leadership within the Democrat Party.

  21. Mark M says:

    Nice fossil-fuelled lifestyle you have, Kamala.

    Can they make sneakers without fossil fuels?

  22. Speedbox says:

    That’s President Harris to you.

    Have no doubt, she is being groomed and her public profile lifted in a sustained program to ‘introduce’ her more fully to the US public. It starts with soft ‘get to know you’ type stuff and then over time the questions will harden up somewhat. Not scary, but to show she is a leader-in-waiting.

    Sometime after 21st January 2023, she will become the 47th President when Uncle Joe steps down for personal reasons. He will fully endorse her, so will the MSM and all the social media mainstream and if you are against her rising to the top job, you will be branded a raaccccist and a mysogynist.

    As soon as Betfair have odds on when she will take the top job, I will be in like Flynn.

  23. Jock says:

    Let the locking and Brown nosing commence!! The crawling and boot kissing g will be sickening.

  24. Jock says:

    Licking. Licking.

  25. Hugh says:

    “Nightmares of my father”

  26. Speedbox:

    As soon as Betfair have odds on when she will take the top job, I will be in like Flynn.

    Don’t use Betfair – I suspect they’ll screw you on the fine print Terms and Conditions with qualifiers that invert the headline bet,
    Try Ladbrokes instead.

  27. Squirrel says:

    Harry and Megs will be green with envy – and be busily working out how they can attach their wagon to this particular star.

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