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USA Today Bureau Chief: Obama Most ‘Dangerous’ President Ever for Media Freedom

by Warner Todd Huston, Breitbart:

USA Today Washington Bureau Chief Susan Page offered some of the sharpest criticism yet of the Obama administration’s violation of the freedom of the press, saying Obama is “more restrictive” and “more dangerous” than any president in history.

Page delivered these comments at a White House Correspondents’ Association (WHCA) seminar on October 25. This is nothing new, of course. Obama has been on the receiving end of heavy criticism over his treatment of the press.

In 2013, for instance, Fox News chief Roger Ailes released a scathing letter criticizing Obama for investigating Fox News reporter James Rosen. Ailes said that Obama and his politicized Department of Justice is “criminalizing the pursuit of investigative journalism.”

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2 comments to USA Today Bureau Chief: Obama Most ‘Dangerous’ President Ever for Media Freedom

  • Ed_B

    “USA Today Bureau Chief: Obama Most ‘Dangerous’ President Ever for Media Freedom”

    There is no reason for the media to feel special in this. Obamunism is a direct and deadly threat to ALL freedoms, not just theirs. One of these days, we may be getting a reassurance to the effect of, “If you like your media, you can keep your media”. If we do, will that reassure you that all is well, that there’s nothing to see here, and that it is now OK for the government to be taking over the distribution of information in this country in the name of national security? Sounds crazy, huh? Well, no more so than a lot of other things that have happened in the past 6+ years.

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