George Stephanopoulos: Con Man in chief at ABC.
First he becomes a Bill Clinton sycophant, apologist, strategist and friend.
Next he leaves the Clinton White House for a “Journalism career.”
That itself is an insult, he’s no journalist — but the powers that be decided he was — and paid him accordingly, a reported $105 million if the New York Post is correct. Mr. Stephanopoulos got this job with the President of the United States assistance, just like Josh Lederman also did recently for AP; same cozy relationship, same dollars changing hands, same warm and fuzzy coverage that is a disservice to the American people, same complete lack of ethics and morals on all sides.
No worries though, that paragon of virtue, that candidate that tells no lies, Martin O’Malley has stood up for George and would probably defend Brian Williams if asked.
From the NYP – “A spokeswoman for former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley, who is flirting with a presidential run, said, “We’ve always found him to be fair.”
Stephanopoulos and O’Malley probably already have a deal; “You don’t mention how I was Governor while the Black Guerilla Family took over Maryland’s State Jail and downtown Baltimore fell under the grip of that same gang and I’ll give you insider access to my White House as well.”
Where does Stephanopoulos get the cash to support the Clintons and O’Malley’s while he pitches them to America over the airwaves at ABC? Why from ABC of course.
From the NYP – “The “Good Morning America” and “This Week” anchor renewed his contract last year for $105 million, TV industry sources told The Post Monday. The seven-year deal — which dwarfs the five-year, $50 million contract scored by since-suspended NBC rival Brian Williams — was supposed to keep Stephanopoulos in front of ABC’s cameras through 2021.”<
Note to George Stephanopoulos: I broke the Radon story for all of America in the 1980’s. I’ve covered hundreds of County Council, Board of Public Works, Planning Board and Civic Association meetings. I’ve written thousands of articles: about the poor, the disenfranchised, the needy, the polluters and the polluted, the highways and the fields they are going to run through.
I’m a journalist. You’re a disgrace to our professional and make more money than all the real journalists I’ve ever known put together.
Nothing but your resignation and return of every dollar you ever stole — masquerading as a journalist — will serve this country.