On Wednesday one of Hillary Clinton’s top aides, Huma Abedin, testified in a sworn deposition to Judicial Watch about Clinton’s use of a private E-Mail and server, as a part of an ongoing lawsuit. That evening, two of the “big three” networks were silent about the testimony and the latest batch of E-Mails.
All of the “big three” news networks ignored new details Wednesday evening of a Guantanamo Bay detainee who went missing in Uruguay. “The detainee was transferred to Uruguay by the Obama administration in 2014,” stated anchor Bret Baier on Special Report, “But has since vanished and officials say he could be in Brazil.” The development provides Congressional Republicans with even more ammo to stop detainee transfers from Gitmo.
JUAN CARLOS GONZALEZ, UNIVISION CORRESPONDENT: Mrs. Salinas states that she will, as (she does on) every Tuesday, continue to go outside this clinic in order to pray, and discourage as many women as possible so that they do not undergo an abortion, and give a voice to those who can not defend themselves.
CECILIA SALINAS, TEXAS PRO-LIFE ACTIVIST: To place (this) in the hands of a pregnant woman about to enter a clinic has a very important effect.
[See NewsBusters for more.] According to the journalists at Good Morning America, having liberal singers lash out for using their songs is something that happens to “all” politicians. In reality, it tends to happen to Republicans. George Stephanopoulos and Matt Dowd on Wednesday discussed Mike Huckabee settling with the band Survivor for using Eye of the Tiger without permission.
[See NewsBusters for more.] The journalists at NBC’s Today show on Wednesday offered silence as Senate Democrats held up over $1 billion in Zika funding because of concern for Planned Parenthood. The program never mentioned the awkward development and it’s not as though there wasn’t time, given the show’s four hour length.
The UK delegation was in Brussels Tuesday for the first time following their history making vote to leave the European Union. The members of European Parliament acted bitter and vindictive to Brexit supporter Nigel Farage, the same was true for CBS reporter Mark Philips. The reporter spent his time personally attacking Farage and blaming him for the hatful atmosphere in EU capital and economic effects.