Debra Medina transcript on Glenn Beck 9/11 truthers
Is anyone actually surprised? This isn't some fresh revelation.
Here's the transcript I typed up:
Later Medina said that she's not "into mind control or thought police" as way of explaining why she's ok with 9/11 truthers.
Beck: Do you believe the government was any way involved with the bringing down of the World Trade Centers on 9/11?
Medina: I don't have all of the evidence there Glenn, so I don't, I'm not in a place, i have not been out publically uh questioning that. i think some very good questions have been raised in that regard there's some very good arguemnts and i think the american people have not seen all the evidence there so i've not taken a position on that
Beck: I think the people of America might think that's a yes.
Medina: I'm not going to take a position where I think good questions have been raised and they're not answered.
How much of the Texas print media do you think wishes they could walk back some of those glowing profiles?
How many times has Glenn asked Rick Perry if he was a member of the Bilderberg Group? Yeah, way to be fair and objective Glenn.
** How much of the Texas print media do you think wishes they could walk back some of those glowing profiles? **
I would guess not a single one, actually. Professional journos *should* be embarrassed that it was Glenn Beck who asked the questions THEY should have been asking, of course. But her profiles and "surge" livened up something of a dead period in the campaign. Lazy journos hate dead periods. Those glowing profiles did the trick.
Except they all missed the real story (which some blogs already were telling). And Glenn Beck got it. That's such a funny joke on Texas political media, in my view.
GLENN: ---- Rick, I think you and I could French kiss right now.
PAT: Let me tell you something. He's a damn handsome man.
GLENN: He's a damn handsome man.
PAT: Looks good in a pair of jeans.
PAT: He's a handsome man.
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