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Newsweek's spiking of Clinton scandal
Posted By Geoff Metcalf On 01/19/1998 @ 1:00 am In Commentary | Comments Disabled
Recently, Mike McCurry has taken to refusing to answer any questions sparked by reports originating from cyberspace gadfly Matt Drudge.
According to the Drudge Report, Newsweek magazine reportedly spiked (refused to publish) the Michael Isikoff story revealing details of a White House intern alleged sexual affair with the President of the United States.
Does any reasonable person still believe there is not complicity between the mainstream press and the one-worlders to control and propagandize what he American people see, hear or read?
The Drudge Report writes “Michael Isikoff developed the story of his career, only to have it spiked by top Newsweek suits hours before publication. A young woman, 23, sexually involved with the love of her life, the President of the United States, since she was a 21 year old intern at the White House. She was a frequent visitor to a small study just off the Oval Office where she claims to have indulged the president’s sexual preference. Reports of the relationship spread in White House quarters and she was moved to a job at the Pentagon, where she worked until last week.”
Drudge reports “The young intern wrote long love letters to President Clinton, which she delivered through a delivery service. She was a frequent visitor at the White House afater midnight, where she checked in the WAVE logs as visiting a secretary named Betty Curry, 57.”
According to Drudge, tapes of intimate phone conversations exist.” However, despite the inevitability of this story eventually erupting through the false calm of Presidential waters like a cruise missle, Mike McCurry and the legions of quislings continue to defend the indefensible by trying (struggling) to ignore the obvious…”the King has no clothes”, or at least is caught with his trousers around his ankles.
In June of 1991, David Rockefeller, speaking at a Bilderberger meeting in Baden Baden, Germany, was reported to have said: “We are grateful to the Washington Post, the New York Times, Time Magazine and other great publiations whose directors have attended our meetings and respected their promises of discretion for almost 40 years.” He went on to explain: “It would have been impossible for us to develop our plan for the eworld if we had been subjected to the lights of publicity during those years.
But, the world is more sophisticated and prepared to march towards a world government. The supernational sovereignty of an intellectual elite and world bankers is surely preferable to the national autodetermination practiced in past centuries.” By the way, that meeting was also attended by then Governor Bill Clinton and Vice President Dan Quayle.
The very day President Clinton gave his precedent-setting deposition in front of accuser Paula Corbin Jones regarding his alleged sexual harassment, Newsweek kills an exclusive story, that despite efforts to delay and deny, has, and will echo in the empty halls of justice … unless or until the Presidential paramour eiher commits suicide or is a victim of some “random” act of fatal violence.
For years now, I have been hopefully saying that eventually, inevitably, somewhere, somehow, sometime, in the (please Lord) not too distant future, mainstream media will pass that indistinct line of diminishing return. Either as a function of shame (if they have any) or jealous territorial imperative (that their perceived franchise has been usurped), mainstream media will re-establish the credibility and integrity of the fourth estate.
Talk radio (of which I am an active participant) has been unable to shout down the walls of elitist control. Perhaps the walls will be breached by the collective banging of heads against walls of complicity by the hobbled Isikoffs of media.
Mike McCurry can continue to diminish his credibility by refusing to answer questions his boss doesn’t like. The mainstream media Mafia can continue to vilify Chris Ruddy, Ambrose Evans Pritchard, Hugh Sprunt, Patrick Knowlton, Trooper Larry Patterson, Joe Farah and any and all who ask questions which should have been answered long ago.
However, truth is pure. Like waters of a great river, you can dam it (or in this case damn it), but it WILL find a crack in the topography, OR it will make one. The truth WILL be told.
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