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Drudge a Sellout

Posted by labrea 7NYC (My Page) on
Tue, Jan 31, 12 at 8:41

According to fat head from Liberty Counsel Matt Barber this is so.
A pro-family activist is calling a well-known news service to task for what he believes is its blatant bias against Newt Gingrich and in favor of Mitt Romney.
"For many years, the Drudge Report has served as a clearinghouse for many conservatives about the news of the day. But according to the not-too-conservative Politico, Matt Drudge's news aggregation website leaves Gingrich "looking like a dangerous, anti-Reagan, Clintonian fraud."

Matt Barber is director of cultural affairs at Liberty Counsel. He says it is obvious that Drudge is "all in" for Mitt Romney.

"Matt Drudge has decided to completely sell out and has signed on with the moderate Republican establishment and is pushing the Mitt Romney campaign and is acting as the attack dog against Newt Gingrich," Barber comments. "And people aren't buying it."
Any of you Drudge fans uuuggggh!


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RE: Drudge a Sellout

Never read Drudge, so he couldn't sway me one way or the other.


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RE: Drudge a Sellout

"For many years, the Drudge Report has served as a clearinghouse for many conservatives about the news of the day. . . .

Interesting. We finally get an admission from the other side that they often do filter their view of the world through a right-wing conservative like Drudge.

The really humorous part is Drudge--a right-wing conservative--is being labeled as too "liberal" for the T-partiers. That tells us something about how far off the right side of the map the T-partiers often are.

Kate


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