Of course, we know this, but here and now we have testimony from the inside as to this fact.
Ms. Brzezinski also describes the behind-the-scenes behavior of her Big Media colleagues. They're "in love" with Obama, obviously.
“Let me make this clear, because this is my world and these are the people I’ve worked with for twenty years,” Brzezinski explains.
“Members of the network media elite, as well as members and people who worked for the New York Times when Sarah Palin first came on the scene, and this is what they knew about her: She was a woman, she was pro-life, and she had some very, very conservative views on other issues,” Brzezinski says.
“And all I could hear from my friends in the network media elite was, ‘Let’s bring her down. I hope these rumors bring her down.’
“And at a party where there were people from The New York Times, all they would talk about is the rumors that they hoped would bring her down,” Brzezinski says of the troubling behavior of some of her media colleagues.
She says that this is unacceptable, that journalists are supposed to be "dispassionate" and "disconnected". And that many Big Media folks are incapable of this, due to their infatuation with The Owe.
Here's another piece to illustrate that Ms. Brzezinski is to be trusted and taken seriously as an unbiased journalist:
"Tucker, I have a question: I'm sorry, do you think reporters you saw weeping were biased?"
"I think they are lacking self-control," Carlson responded.
"But that's different than biased," Brzezinski argued.
The two quarreled a bit longer.
"There has always been this pretense that a certain element of the news business pretends to be objective," Carlson pointed out.
And Brzezinski put it simply: "Well, they need to stop it."
I like her. She's exactly the kind of journalist there's supposed to be, but of whom there's very, very few.
So honest and sharp-minded.
What we don't need is journalists who want to have sex with Obama, fofecksake!