Priorities: Michelle Obama’s Birthday Wins Twice the Coverage as Benghazi

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John Nolte  reports:  The sorry state of our media can be measured and NewsBustsers has done just that with a study that shows the networks spent twice as much time gushing over the First Lady’s 50th birthday than they did a devastating bipartisan report on Benghazi released last week by the Senate Intelligence Committee.

ABC gave 2 minutes to Benghazi and 10 to the birthday; CBS and NBC both gave less than 15 minutes to Benghazi but nearly a half hour to the First Lady’s 50th.

Even before the big day, Newsbusters reports, the networks were already partying, and it was a celebration that lasted through the weekend:

ABC started pre-partying two days before Michelle’s actual birthday on Friday. ABC’s Lara Spencer, on Wednesday’s Good Morning America, focused on a People magazine interview “just before her 50th birthday” on “her take on plastic surgery and Botox.” Spencer then gleefully teased: “The big day is fast approaching.” Through Monday morning ABC had devoted five full reports and two briefs to the First Lady’s birthday…

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5 Comments on “Priorities: Michelle Obama’s Birthday Wins Twice the Coverage as Benghazi”

  1. Richard M Nixon (Deceased) says:

    Reblogged this on Dead Citizen's Rights Society.

  2. […] Pundit from another Planet John Nolte reports: The sorry state of our media can be measured and NewsBustsers has done just […]


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