Valerie Plame: Far-Left Media Matters 'Seeks Accuracy' & 'Truth'

Removing any doubt about how she sees the world from the left, Valerie Plame Wilson, in an interview Thursday which aired Saturday night on a Washington, DC area cable channel, admired the work of the far-left Media Matters as she revealed she seeks out the group's postings for their “accuracy” and presentation of “the facts.” Carol Joynt (her blog), a former CBS News producer who as the owner of the Nathans of Georgetown restaurant every week interviews a newsmaker in front of a lunch crowd in what becomes the hour-long Q&A Cafe on NewsChannel 8, asked whether she reads “news differently than the rest of us?” Plame Wilson replied:
Having been at the center of this, I'm much more skeptical. I do try to seek other sources of information. I find something like -- there's a blog called Media Matters, I think it's Media Matters, that seeks to sort of accuracy. You know, here's some statements in the Washington Post or the New York Times or made by presidential candidates of both stripes, here's, here are the facts on them. I find that is helpful.
The exchanged on Q&A Cafe run at 6pm Saturday night on NewsChannel 8, an all-news cable channel owned by the same company which owns DC's ABC affiliate:
CAROL JOYNT: Do you read the news reports now and see it, you can't help but see it through the lense of your CIA experience. Do you read news differently than the rest of us?

VALERIE PLAME WILSON: Hmm. Like we touched on before, having been at the center of this, I'm much more skeptical. I do try to seek other sources of information. I find something like -- there's a blog called Media Matters, I think it's Media Matters, that seeks to sort of accuracy. You know, here's some statements in the Washington Post or the New York Times or made by presidential candidates of both stripes, here's, here are the facts on them. I find that is helpful to go-

This, like all episodes of Q&A Cafe, will re-run Sunday night at 11pm on NewsChannel 8.

Bob Novak is scheduled to be a guest in January.
Brent Baker
Brent Baker
Brent Baker is the Steven P.J. Wood Senior Fellow and VP for Research and Publications at the Media Research Center