This recent exchange between Meet the Press host David Gregory and Guardian reporter Glenn Greenwald (video clip below) further proves my point that most journalists today, even those whom the public considers serious and respectable, are nothing more than mouthpieces for the government. In fact, not only are they mouthpieces, they actively conspire with their government counterparts to shut down any dissent at all, especially when it comes to so-called issues of national security, to the extent that they are willing to level accusations of criminal conduct at another journalist on national television. Despicable.
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