The DOJ has been busy chopping away at the First Amendment.
CBS’ Sharyl Attkisson first broke away from her network’s narrative and started asking some serious questions over Fast and Furious. For that, she was berated by DOJ spokeswoman Tracy Schmaler, and literally got screamed and cussed at by White House communications director Eric Schultz.
Her attention is now focused on Benghazi, and the hierarchy is pissed.
CBS’s Sharyl Attkisson is apparently viewed by network executives as “wading dangerously close to advocacy” in her coverage of the September 11, 2012 terrorist attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi… (she) can’t get some of her stories on the air, and is thus left feeling marginalized and underutilized.
Obama’s apparatchiks at work:
“I can confirm that an intrusion of my computers has been under some investigation on my end for some months but I’m not prepared to make an allegation against a specific entity today as I’ve been patient and methodical about this matter.” Attkisson believes the possible infiltration of her computer began in Feb. 2011 during her reporting on Fast and Furious.
While Attkisson refused to offer specifics about whom she believes is responsible, she did give a possible clue during a radio interview Tuesday morning. Asked if it might be similar to the targeting of James Rosen, Attkisson told WPHT in Philadelphia, “there could be some relationship between these types of things and what’s happened to me.”
Under Obama’s guidance, the Department of Justice has turned into a jackbooted Big Brother; spying on apostates who won’t tow the party line. The more that comes out, the uglier it gets.