But Woodward, a liberal who has brought down one President for not perjury, or violating the Constitution or being an incompetent Commander and Chief but for a cover up of a break in that the President had no knowledge of until after it was committed.
Obama has nothing to worry about as long as MSNBC and the rest of the MSM including "Comedy Central" are the official "State" White House propaganda news outlets. They have been giving him a complete pass since 2008.
Maybe those liberal reporters should take notice of their four decade hero and mentor has been attacked and tried to be censored by the White House that they may be next.
King Il Dung's (aka Obama) White House threatening a journalist, and we are not talking about some cub reporter is revealing as:
1. We get a first look at how King Il Dung handles it when one of the propagandists departs momentarily from the flock... and is heard nationwide (not to say the remaining propagandists will report this).
2. We knew King Il Dung and his mob are thin skinned... but threatening the Don of American journ-O-lism!!!!!!???
3. King Il Dung seems to fear what this could mean to their never ending expansion of the state.
BTW... Thanks Bob... for committing the high crime of journalism.
I AM DEPLORABLE.
NEVER CRIMINAL HILLARY (S-NY)
Bob Woodward is a legend in his own mind. He wishes to stay as relevant as James O'Keefe. Gotcha journalism is all he has left.
Read more: Behind the Curtain: Bob Woodward at war - POLITICO.comThe feud also feeds a larger narrative because, like many others, Woodward thinks this is a very thin-skinned White House that does not like being challenged on the facts. He said that explains the senior aide’s in-your-face email. “I think when they get their rear end in a crack here, they become defensive,” he said. “This could be a huge issue if the economy takes a hit. And people are going to go back and say exactly what happened and who did it and so forth.
This statement by Woodward is more damning than the hour long shouting match.
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