2008: The Year The Media Died
A giddy Sean Hannity took the Thursday airwaves and proclaimed that 2008 was the year that the media died. “2011 is the year we can say it was buried,” he added. If you watched last night’s GOP debate it became painfully apparent how fundamentally and intellectually corrupt the modern, mainstream liberal media has become. The moderators of CNBC's Republican presidential debate were booed loudly when they tried to turn from the scheduled topic of the economy to the recent allegations of sexual harassment against Herman Cain. Moderators Maria Bartiromo and John Harwood received boos and jeers from the audience when Bartiromo tried to ask Cain about "character issues." "Americans deserve better than someone being tried in the court of public opinion," Cain said, noting that the "unfounded accusations" amounted to "character assassination." “They’ve crossed a boundary here,” Sean exclaimed. “We used to have to explain in great detail liberal media bias. Nobody needs to explain it anymore! It’s so transparent it’s incredible,” said Sean.
Axelrod’s Pattern Of Sexual Misbehavior
The always-controversial Ann Coulter joined the program in the show’s final hour to discuss the sexual harassment allegations against Cain. Coulter questioned why all the harassment allegations are coming out of one place – Chicago. Herman Cain has never lived in Chicago. But you know who has? David Axelrod! And guess who lived in Axelrod's very building? Right again: Cain's latest accuser, Sharon Bialek. “Within 24 hours of Bialek's press conference, friends and acquaintances of hers stepped forward to say that she's a "gold-digger," that she was constantly in financial trouble -- having filed for personal bankruptcy twice -- and, of course, that she had lived in Axelrod's apartment building,” Coulter explained. To read Ann Coulter’s latest column on the Cain allegations, please click here.
Why Are Media So Determined to Crush Herman Cain's Campaign?
The media firestorm surrounding Herman Cain continues to escalate, as there is now word that at least two of his accusers will come together and hold a joint press conference to discuss, quote, "the specifics of their allegations." Herman Cain continues to unequivocally deny any and all allegations of inappropriate behavior. Members of the media remain undeterred in their efforts to crush his campaign's momentum. In recent days, many of their attacks have taken on racial overtones. To discuss the issue, Sean was joined by Niger Innis, from the Congress of Racial Equality and Dr. Alveda King, the niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. King strongly backed Cain and felt the allegations surrounding him false. “Because Herman Cain continues to show himself to be a leader. He's the first that brought a wonderful plan, 9-9-9, that is a good-looking solution to America's economic problems. And so, everybody else scrambled after he put his plan on the table,” K ing told Sean. Innis agreed. “Cain is tapping into the will of the American people. They are afraid of him,” he added. You can watch Sean’s entire discussion with Dr. King and Niger Innis by clicking here.
Ann Hart Coulter (born December 8, 1961) is an American social and political commentator , best-selling author , and syndicated columnist . She frequently appears on television, radio, and as a speaker at public and private events. Well-known for her conservative political opinions and the controversial ways in which she defends them, Coulter has described herself as a polemicist who likes to "stir up the pot" and, unlike "broadcasters," does not "pretend to be impartial or balanced."