North Korea, San Fran Nan, and MSM
North Korea responded with its own rhetoric. South Korea’s Yonhap News Agency reported that North Korea said it would fire a nuclear-tipped weapon if the United States continues to refuse direct discussions with the country, according to the Associated Press.
The United States does not need a multi-billion-dollar national missile defense against the possibility of a nuclear-armed intercontinental ballistic missile.
I wonder if any MSM organization will see in the North Korean threat any reason to review the Democratic Leadership’s long standing opposition to deployment of the national missile defense system?
Part 2 of my long interview with the Minneapolis Star Tribune’s Eric Black on media bias generally, and his and his paper’s specifically will be posted here later. It is a dreary repetition of what we almost always hear from MSMers challenged on their biases, but is useful as a reminder that no matter what the public thinks or how dramatic the bias, the MSM is indifferent.
Black asked me to point to the transcript where Wetterling admits that no Congressman has admitted a cover-up.
Here’s what Wetterling’s ad said:
“It shocks the conscience. Congressional leaders have admitted to covering up the predatory behavior of a congressman who used the internet to molest children.”
Here’s what Wetterling said on CNN on Sunday:
CNN: But, is there an actual leader who came out and publicly admitted