After Nine Weeks MSNBC's Matthews, O'Donnell, Schultz and Sharpton Still Haven't Reported Solyndra
It has now been nine weeks since stimulus-funded solar company Solyndra declared bankruptcy.
Yet despite Thursday's vote by the House Energy and Commerce Committee panel to subpoena internal White House communications concerning the company, MSNBC's prime time hosts Chris Matthews, Lawrence O'Donnell, Ed Schultz, and Al Sharpton still haven't said one word about this scandal:
Republicans on a House Energy and Commerce Committee panel on Thursday overrode vigorous Democratic objections and took the apparently unprecedented step of authorizing subpoenas for internal White House communications related to a half-billion-dollar taxpayer loan guarantee for the failed solar company Solyndra.
The move followed a last-minute attempt by the White House to fend off the move, with officials meeting with committee members and delivering several boxes of e-mails and other documents to committee investigators on Wednesday afternoon.
That was from a Washington Post piece published Thursday.
Yet LexisNexis identified not one word about this on MSNBC, and with the exception of Rachel Maddow, none of the other prime time hosts has even mentioned the name "Solyndra" since it declared bankruptcy on August 31.
I guess their motto is that when it comes to President Obama, they are to see no evil, hear no evil, and speak no evil.