NEW OBAMA DEFENSE STRATEGY
A new White House Benghazi deflection strategy was introduced by the Crier-in-Chief at today's press conference. Now the President says we should blame anyone asking tough questions about the attack for 'dishonoring the memory of the victims.' As for dishonoring the families of the victims, the White House has that one covered, all by itself.
President Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron's Joint Press Conference
As David Cameron prepares for the G8 summit in Northern Ireland, he met with President Obama at the White House today to discuss the two countries' continuing partnership. In a joint press conference, the leaders answered questions on IRS targeting of conservative groups, the attacks on Benghazi and whether Russia will assist in negotiating a political solution to the Syria conflict.
A tear runs down the face of U.S. President Barack Obama as he answers questions about the attack on the U.S. embassy in Benghazi, Libya while Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron listens during a joint news conference in the East Room of the White House in Washington, May 13, 2013.
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Latest update on Detroit inside. New financial report released today.
A MUST WATCH
Take note of Hillary's excuse starting at 2:10.
A mother's heart bleeds. This is not about politics. CNN's Jake Tapper interviews Pat Smith, whose son Sean Smith, a State Department information officer, was one of four Americans killed in the attack on Benghazi.
'I'm doing terribly. I cry every night. I don't sleep at night. I want answers and no one at the White House will talk to me. I got one call from a clerk. That's it.'
MUST SEE HILLARY PHOTOS INSIDE.
About That Bank Run Excuse For Bailouts...
DIMON PUBLIC RELATIONS
Titans Declare: Jamie Dimon Is The Greatest Of All Time
The actual CNBC fellatio doesn't begin until Maria starts talking to her guests at 2:45, though the obsequious quotes from famous CEOs regarding Dimon and JPMorgan that precede her blowjob, should not be missed. This one is a classic, and is further evidence that certain anchors, some more than others, are little more than shills for Wall Street.
And CNBC's ratings just happen to be an unmitigated disaster.
CNBC Ratings Plunge To Eight Year Lows
According to data from Nielsen Media Research, total viewers as well as the important (25-54) demographic have both fallen to eight-year lows of 216K and 40K - the lowest recorded viewership since mid 2005.
CHART - RATINGS CONTINUE TO FALL AT CNBC