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June 30, 2010

Wanted: JournoList -- Reward: $100,000

Posted by The MaryHunter at June 30, 2010 9:00 AM

David Weigel, the mainstream media's new poster child for left-wing liberal bias, was eloquently described recently by Van Helsing as a "foul-mouthed, sophomoric, blinkered, ultrapartisan extremist." As predicted, he has moved on to an even sloppier gig at the fetid pigsty that is MSNBC.

How was Weigel outed? Why, it was the mysterious, the legendary, "JournoList 400" -- a collection of journalism's most perfidious, most disgusting... well, let me allow Andrew Breitbart to describe them:

Ezra Klein's "JournoList 400" is the epitome of progressive and liberal collusion that conservatives, Tea Partiers, moderates and many independents have long suspected and feared exists at the heart of contemporary American political journalism. Now that collusion has been exposed when one of the weakest links in that cabal, Dave Weigel, was outed. Weigel was, in all likelihood, exposed because - to whoever the rat was who leaked his emails -- he wasn't liberal enough.

Breitbart is so intrigued by this prize JournoList that he is offering $100,000 for the full archive, "Source Fully Protected."

We want the list of journalists that comprised the 400 members of the "JournoList" and we want the contents of the listserv. Why should Weigel be the only person exposed and humiliated?
I therefore offer the sum of $100,000 to the person who provides the full "JournoList" archive. We will protect that person's privacy and identity forever. No one will ever know who became $100,000 richer - and did the right thing, morally and ethically -- by shining the light of truth on this seamy underworld of the media.
$100,000 is not a lot to spend on the Holy Grail of media bias when there is a country to save.

C'mon, guys and gals of the Liberal MSM. Journalism can't be all that lucrative unless you get outed, so why not out everyone? You get a hundred grand, and your colleagues, even you, can write about the experience of being fired by semi-reputable news organizations and hired by MSNBC on the next day. Looks like a win-win.

For a behind-the-scenes look at the JournoList jockos, visit Iowahawk.


Iowahawk link tip: V the K.