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Update from Joe Miller’s Camp

31 Oct

Here is the latest on the dispicable actions of the local media in Alaska from Republican Senatorial Candidate Joe Miller;

Here’s what happened:

It appears that a KTVA reporter for the local CBS affiliate failed to completely end a phone call with Randy and recorded part of a conversation that allegedly seeks ways to KTVA reporters are heard discussing ways to “find” a “child molester” who is involved with the campaign.

“You have to find that one person,” says the male reporter, to laughter in the news room. The reporters at KTVA then discuss creating a “Rand Paul” incident at the then upcoming Miller Rally (held on October 28, 2010) and hoping for violence so that they can “send out a tweet” and “Facebook” that “Miller got punched” at the rally.

When confronted, KTVA acknowledged that the message was inadvertently left by a member of the TV station staff, but denied that the station was brainstorming ways to create negative news stories about my team. The general manager claims that the news station staff was reviewing potential, “what-if” scenarios, discussing the likelihood of events at the rally and how KTVA might logistically disseminate any breaking news.”

 
3 Comments

Posted by on October 31, 2010 in Joe Miller, Liberal Media, politics

 

3 responses to “Update from Joe Miller’s Camp

  1. Deborah Sampson

    October 31, 2010 at 9:55 pm

    Is there even a modicum of integrity left amongst so-called journalists these days?

     
    • P. Henry Saddleburr

      October 31, 2010 at 10:06 pm

      That was rhetorical question, right? Another question would be, is there a modicum of integrity left in the establishment Republican Party of Alaska?

       
  2. Saddlesore

    November 1, 2010 at 5:21 pm

    I think Sarah Palin got it right with her recent comment about the media.

    Keep in mind Reagan’s approach. He knew the media would never fairly report on Republicans, much less on conservatives. Candidates need to find a way to communicate directly with the public, bypassing the media. Sarah Palin is getting good at that and the media hates her for it.

    Here’s hoping Miller wins tomorrow!

     

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