“I take responsibility for a decision that misrepresented an exchange I had with members of the Virginia Citizens Defense League.”
In an announcement that surprises no one, John Cardillo is claiming that portions of interviews with John Lott were taken out of Katie Couric’s anti-gun pseudo-documentary “Under the Gun” at the urging of none other than former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
On Wednesday, the Washington Free Beacon cited two anonymous sources interviewed in Katie Couric and Stephanie Soechtig’s first “documentary” film collaboration, 2014’s “Fed Up.”
Comedian Amy Schumer is a hopeless gun-control romantic. Over the weekend, she gushed about Katie Couric on Twitter. “I love @katiecouric for being so cool in general,” she wrote. “But her doc @UnderTheGunDoc should be required viewing.”
Trump has taken to Twitter to criticize Couric’s handling of journalism.
HBO representatives denied claims by firearm designer Jim Sullivan that his interview on “Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel” was deceptively edited to change the context of his comments.
On Saturday, June 18, Americas1stfreedom.org reported that NPR’s “Morning Edition” had covered up the political PR background of Shannon Watts, director of Bloomberg’s Moms Demand Action (MDA).
Earlier this week, struggling Internet firm Yahoo—which lost the search-engine war to Google, saw its stock prices plummet to around a third of their previous levels and recently began looking for a buyout—proved they do journalism … well, about as well as they do everything else.