However the real break in the story wasn't 'Deep Throat' but the burglars rolling on their bosses. Once that happened several in the Administration quickly sought to cut deals and point fingers. The final nail of a sort came with the infamous 18.5 minute gap in the Presidential tapes. White House aide Butterfield testified about the existence of tapes. When Archibald Cox refused to back down on hearing the tapes, Nixon wanted him fired. AG Richardson refused and resigned, as did DAG Ruckelshaus. It was acting head of the DOJ Bork (who would later be embroiled in a failed Supreme court nomination) to fire Cox. the event is know as the Saturday Night Massacre.
The event that started the tape standoff was john Dean's testimony which Nixon called lies- the existence of the tapes backed Dean's testimony, the 18.5 minute gap was evidence tampering, the Saturday night Massacre was seen as a President gone amuck.
But none of that came from 'Deep Throat', but some of which was leaked to two reporters before it became general knowledge.
But you made the claim that the media stirred the public up against Nixon- you offer ZERO proof.... I'd say most of America sat in shock at the very thought of a President so out of control and was slow to react, rather than staging anti-war style demonstrations....
Nice try though...
What is humorous about those videos is that the speakers not only sound just like the occupiers and all but touch on a lot of the same points that the occupiers did. But I guess it shows that there isnt much difference between extremists.
That's why you just gonna laugh at all these arm chair Wannabe George Washingtons ranting and raving about the glorious patriotic revolution to come to "take their country back" while tears stream down their face as battle hymm of the republic is played off key by some fat asshole dressed like a 17th century soldier.
It's just daft, the whole thing and delusionary.