Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Howard Kurtz, Motherflacker

Let's see Howie the Putz spin this one:
In his 2012 best-selling non-fiction [sic] book Killing Kennedy, O'Reilly writes on page 300 that as a "reporter knocked on the door of de Mohrenschildt's daughter's home, he heard the shotgun blast that marked the suicide of the Russian ... that reporter's name is Bill O'Reilly."
O'Reilly repeated this lie on FNC, so he can't blame the dude who actually wrote the books.

Howie's greatest sit-n-spins
I've said O'Reilly dispute boils down to semantics. Christian Sci Monitor called '82 Argentine protest "battle zone"
The perils of professional flackery, indeed. Must be hard when you've hit rock bottom and there's nowhere left to go, Howie.


Davis said...

Yes, he should have kept his mouth shut after the Nation article, but that was not going to happen. I'm also certain that all of his books contain large quantities of bullshit.

Montag said...

Ah, well, now that Kurtz is a Fox contributor, he probably thinks he's defending the brand rather than just defending the universally indefensible O'Really.

If anything, he's unwittingly reinforcing the equally universal opinion that Kurtz himself is a dullard and a twit and a unprincipled prostitute.

This is just Howie being Howie. It's what he does.

Anonymous said...

I call these ubiquitous magic-man anecdotes "Zeligisms." If you hear one you are entitled to skepticism. If you hear more than one from the same source you are certainly dealing with a fraud.


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