The latest report from James O’Keefe “O’Keefe Media Group” gives some insight into how John Fetterman’s team coordinates with the press to protect the barely coherent Senator.
“Do you know what access journalism is?” Luke Borwegen, a special assistant to Fetterman, asks the undercover reporter. “It’s like; reporters will tell any f***ing story their subject wants, as long as they get the interview…. The ones we pick will say exactly what you f***ing want them to. They won’t paint him [Fetterman] in a bad light, you know?”
He then named a few reporters that were on their “approved” list, which included tech reporter Kara Swisher, who has posted some reality-defying defenses of Fetterman, claiming that early concerns that Fetterman struggled with hearing and speaking were “nonsense,” and merely the result of other reporters being “bad at small talk.” Her claims were amplified by liberal media outlets, who cited them as evidence that what everyone could see with their own eyes was somehow wrong.
When later confronted by O’Keefe himself, Borwegen, like everyone else when confronted, turned into the Flash and made a run for it.
Matt Palumbo is the author of Fact-Checking the Fact-Checkers: How the Left Hijacked and Weaponized the Fact-Checking Industry and The Man Behind the Curtain: Inside the Secret Network of George Soros
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