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jueves, 29 de junio de 2017

Hey Libs, Did You Know Clinton WH TURNED CAMERAS OFF for Briefings?

The lying liberal media is losing it over having to turn off their cameras during SOME White House daily briefings.

“Reporters” are telling their viewers this is the end of “free speech” as we know it, and declaring President Trump is now waging a WAR on “truth.”

Hysterical idiots.

All of this hyper-emotional bloviating just because the Trump White House decided to hold fewer press briefings on camera.

Of course, the FAKE NEWS media is failing to mention that Bill Clinton’s White House turned off the cameras in the ’90s because they weren’t “necessary.”

From Breitbart

The Trump administration has been reducing the number of press briefings available to cameras in recent weeks, triggering horror from many in anti-Trump press outlets, particularly those with a reputation for showboating.

CNN Senior White House reporter Jim Acosta even tried to push his own hashtag:

But a March 1993 C-SPAN interview with then-White House Press Secretary Dee Dee Myers is putting a wrench in that particular narrative.

In that interview, Myers said they stopped allowing cameras for White House briefings conducted by Communications Director George Stephanopoulos as they weren’t “really necessary.”

“I think that that was something that we did in the first week or two, I can’t remember exactly when we stopped it,” Myers said on CSPAN when asked about the decision by a host who called the televising of the briefings an “experiment.”

“It was a new administration, I think we wanted to talk about what was going on here,” she said. “I think we found that it wasn’t really necessary.”

She noted that there were multiple briefings where cameras were allowed, and even the beginning of Stephanopoulos’s briefing was on-camera, but that the presence of cameras meant that the briefings were less productive.

“The briefing is more an opportunity to exchange ideas and to have a conversation about what’s happening,” Myers said, in a similar argument made presently by Trump administration officials.

“That wasn’t really happening in a way that … as productively as we had hoped.”

Myer’s argument sounds eerily similar to current White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer’s, who last week warned that some reporters “want to be YouTube stars.”

“There’s a lot of them that want to become YouTube stars and ask some snarky question that’s been asked eight times,” Spicer said in an interview.

Amy Moreno is a Published Author, Pug Lover & Game of Thrones Nerd. You can reach her on Facebook here.


by Amy Moreno via TruthFeed

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