Ex-CBS Reporter Lara Logan Praises Fox News and Breitbart in New Interview

by Jon Levine, The Wrap
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Ex-CBS Reporter Lara Logan Praises Fox News and Breitbart in New Interview (Video)
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Former CBS chief foreign affairs correspondent Lara Logan blasted the mainstream media, accusing it of liberal bias and praised conservative websites like Breitbart and Fox News for presenting the “other side” of issues.

“Unless you seek out Breitbart on your computer, you’re probably not even going to know what the other side is saying,” Logan said on an episode of retired Navy SEAL Mike Ritland’s Mike Drop podcast.

“This is the problem that I have. There’s one Fox, and there’s many, many, many more organizations on the left,” Logan continued. “The problem is the weight of all these organizations on one side of the political spectrum. When you turn on your computer, or you walk past the TV, or you see a newspaper headline in the grocery store If they’re all saying the same thing, the weight of that convinces you that it’s true. You don’t question it, because everyone is saying it.”

Logan also criticized what she said was the lowering of newsroom standards during the Trump era, in particular, the practice of publishing articles based on single anonymous administration sources.

“That’s not journalism, it’s horses–,” she said, noting that such coverage was the “bane of her existence.”

Breitbart editor in chief Alexander Marlow did not immediately respond to a request for comment from TheWrap. However, Breitbart praised  Logan’s comments in an article. Reps for Fox News also did not immediately respond to request for comment.

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Published on February 19, 2019 at 6:22 pm by Radio Man

Comments

February 20, 2019 - 7:00 am

Sean

Always liked Lara,well said girl.


February 20, 2019 - 9:13 pm

BMCQ

I do not know much about her other than what I saw of her on 60 Minutes but she seems to be very competent and for sure a very Brave and Courageous Person.

I hope she lands on her feet and I hope her comments are seen and heard by Progressive Print, Radio, TV Network, and Cable, and On Line Personnel and Management.

I wish her luck.


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