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John Gibson Kisses Up To The Right

Reported by Deborah - April 10, 2006

John Gibson revealed his spineless essence tonight during his MY Word commentary trying to explain and spin the segment he aired on 4/7 with Bob Beckel and Maryscott O'Connor about impeaching Bush. It seems that he recieved complaints from the FOX faithful audience because the debate wasn't fair & balanced. Of course, Gibson didn't expect Beckel to agree with O'Connor about impeaching Bush and didn't expect to be so totally ineffective in countering their rational discussion. So today Gibson created an elaborate theory to make it look like it was all planned in advance. 4/10/04

Gibson called it a "blue on blue debate" where he puts two" lefties" together to discuss their differences. Claiming that he was doing a public service by putting the lefties on he added,

"Call me John "Paul Revere" Gibson, riding my horse through the night shouting, "The blue coats are coming, the blue coats are coming!"

Then after being somewhat respectful to Maryscott O'Connor on Friday, Gibson starts to discredit her "and her cohorts". Acting as if it's a virus that's spreading he claimed that Beckel was influenced by O'Connor and "caved"

"So what happens to the Democrat middle when it comes in contact with the far left? With a sincere pardon me to my friend Beckel, they cave, they give in, they join up. It's the moderate middle el foldo."

So according to Gibson he planned it as a warning to everyone so they could see the danger of electing Democrats in 2006.

"So it was a warning. This is what is going to happen if a swarm of angry Democrats get elected in November. The Beltway Dems are going to fold up and let the angry left run the show. The angry left is going to subpoena, hold hearings, issue censure resolutions and eventually impeach."

comment: Here's the transcript so you can see for yourself how far a man who has sold out needs to sink.

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