Fox News Journalist “Not Well Informed” on Obama’s Persecution of Journalists

Luke Rudkowski and Sierra Adamson do their best to engage Fox News Pundits on their thoughts of Obama’s use of the Espionage act against whistle blowers and journalists. Megyn Kelly made up an excuse not to talk to Sierra. Meanwhile Juan Williams who was interested quickly became uninterested.

To learn more about Obama’s use of the Espionage Act click here http://www.nytimes.com/2012/02/27/business/media/white-house-uses-espionage-act-to-pursue-leak-cases-media-equation.html?_r=0

Via WeAreChange

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9 Comments on "Fox News Journalist “Not Well Informed” on Obama’s Persecution of Journalists"

  1. Liam_McGonagle | Oct 20, 2012 at 9:34 am |

    The Guardian ran a piece by Greenwald about Rudkowski’s encounter with Wasserman Schultz

  2. Liam_McGonagle | Oct 20, 2012 at 9:34 am |

    The Guardian ran a piece by Greenwald about Rudkowski’s encounter with Wasserman Schultz

  3. I wonder how secure these people feel in their jobs? Once a certain critical mass of people withdraws credibility from them, will they be so secure?

    These are the journalists that don’t know anything, lets have ones that do. This also sounds like the same answer that other dude gave only shorter and less polite.

  4. I wonder how secure these people feel in their jobs? Once a certain critical mass of people withdraws credibility from them, will they be so secure?

    These are the journalists that don’t know anything, lets have ones that do. This also sounds like the same answer that other dude gave only shorter and less polite.

  5. TennesseeCyberian | Oct 20, 2012 at 3:51 pm |

    Like Juan Williams, I’m not sure about Rudkowski’s assertion that journalists are being charged under the Espionage Act. So far as I know, whistleblowers are being charged for talking to journalists, and journalists are being subpoenaed in some cases. That’s extremely troubling, but Rudkowski said that journalists are also being prosecuted.

    After Obama’s “Kill List” and the cyberattacks on Iran were published in the New York Times, there was rumbling in Congress about charging these journalists for espionage, but so far as I know none have been.

    Anyone have any info on journalists being prosecuted under the Espionage Act?

  6. TennesseeCyberian | Oct 20, 2012 at 3:51 pm |

    Like Juan Williams, I’m not sure about Rudkowski’s assertion that journalists are being charged under the Espionage Act. So far as I know, whistleblowers are being charged for talking to journalists, and journalists are being subpoenaed in some cases. That’s extremely troubling, but Rudkowski said that journalists are also being prosecuted.

    After Obama’s “Kill List” and the cyberattacks on Iran were published in the New York Times, there was rumbling in Congress about charging these journalists for espionage, but so far as I know none have been.

    Anyone have any info on journalists being prosecuted under the Espionage Act?

  7. Simiantongue | Oct 20, 2012 at 5:55 pm |

    Asking journalists Luke? What do they know, except what they’re told to think?

  8. Simiantongue | Oct 20, 2012 at 5:55 pm |

    Asking journalists Luke? What do they know, except what they’re told to think?

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