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Fox News Recruits Bernie Goldberg For Rove Duty

Reported by Deborah - July 18, 2005

Bernard Goldberg appeared on Fox & Friends this morning with a specific mission in mind.Goldberg crafted his message with Steve Doocy's help to discredit journalists and label them irresponsible to help the case for Rove.

Goldberg has spent a lot of his time plugging his book on Fox these days and appeared on F&F on 7/12 for a segment so today was more about promoting Rove.

Goldberg claimed that the main point of his book is that the left has become too angry, mean and nasty.He claimed that his book is "fair but not balanced", adding that the problem is not balanced.Goldberg made this comment about his liberal friends.
"Even when I agree, I don't want to be seen as part of that group. They look down at Red America. Look down their elitest noses."

Steve Doocey said, "Uh-huh", as if not listening and claimed that he was just trying to move things along. Then Doocy went straight for the example he wanted asking Goldberg about #12 on the list, Dan Rather.

Goldberg had the right answer ready claiming that Dan Rather would never have been put on the list until memogate. Then he started to discredit journalists for blaming others adding that Rather went with the story just to discredit Bush 50 days from election day.

comment: There are 100 people on Goldberg's idiotic list but Doocy went straight for Dan Rather. It was obvious that Goldberg had used up too much time forcing Doocey to awkwardly point out Rather in such an obvious way.

On Goldberg's other spots, he has claimed that the left is vulgar and people are tired of the vulgarity. Today because Democrats must be seen as angry attackers of Karl Rove, he changed his main point.

Then he activated the message by telling the Fox base how Democrats , the kind attacking Karl Rove, look down on them and can't be trusted.

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