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BuzzFeed reporter bias; analogizes Obama SuperPAC ad and ‘death panels’

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Sigh. Oh, BuzzFeed. Wouldn’t y’all be happier if you would just let go and admit to your bias? You could then hawk for Obama, and gay-bash, unfettered! What made BuzzFeed’s Andrew Kaczynski’s mask slip today? This comment by Mitt Romney spokesman Eric Fehrnstrom:

RT @GingerGibson: .@EricFehrn "When you start running ads accusing your opponent of killing people, then you have lost creditability."

— Andrew Kaczynski (@BuzzFeedAndrew) August 10, 2012

How dare he question The One’s integrity! That does not suit. Spin like the wind, BuzzFeed! Spin in a circle, chasing your lapdoggie tail!

The Romney camp produced an ad in 2008 that linked Mike Huckabee to the murder of a woman killed by a parolee, but Stu Stevens killed it.

— Andrew Kaczynski (@BuzzFeedAndrew) August 10, 2012

Stevens though the ad elevated Huckabee too much so he stopped the campaign from airing it.

— Andrew Kaczynski (@BuzzFeedAndrew) August 10, 2012

@lochnar Point is they produced it, they didn't run it for becuz it elevated Huckabee not for moral reasons.

— Andrew Kaczynski (@BuzzFeedAndrew) August 10, 2012

If the bias didn’t show through enough in the above statements alone, perhaps a look at who is thrilled with the BuzzFeed reporter’s comments will fully shine the light.

@TeresaKopec Exactly, I'm going to post it.

— Andrew Kaczynski (@BuzzFeedAndrew) August 10, 2012

RT @BuzzFeedAndrew: Stop running ads linking us to the death of a woman you installer of death panelers.

— Ana Marie Cox (@anamariecox) August 10, 2012

truth hurts GOP a$$hats “@BuzzFeedAndrew: Stop running ads linking us to the death of a woman you installer of death panelers.”

— LLW (@LLW83) August 10, 2012

Yes, that was Ana “I review books without even reading them” Cox. See, she’s so much Smarter Than You ™, that she can just tell that a Sarah Palin book is super icky, without even reading it.  Those who  actually can read, give the BuzzFeed reporter the business.

@cmdeb That's some heavy parsing for a bit of snark.

— Andrew Kaczynski (@BuzzFeedAndrew) August 10, 2012

@buzzfeedandrew Really? It took all of 2 seconds.

— Christine (@cmdeb) August 10, 2012

@BuzzFeedAndrew Nice snark. Team O should be calling any day now…

— Tone Loc (@lochnar) August 10, 2012

@BuzzFeedAndrew So analogies aren't really your thing.

— Jim Treacher (@jtLOL) August 10, 2012

Analogies are hard! As is the truth. Look, dude: Even CNN couldn’t muster up enough sycophancy to defend the repugnant ad.

RT @DefeatObama12: CNN: Romney-killed-a-woman ad "outrageous," "repulsive," "full of falsehoods." #copolitics #tcot

— ToBe Free (@freegalt) August 8, 2012

The ad is beyond full of falsehoods; it is slimy gutter sludge. Stephanie Cutter, Obama’s deputy campaign manager, has also been proven to be a total liar. And there are serious questions regarding collusion between the Obama campaign and his SuperPAC. In case you didn’t know, dear “real journalist,” that’s illegal.

Perhaps you should trying “snarking” about that. Or, you know, doing your job and investigating.


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