Chris Plante To Tucker Carlson: Journalists Exposed By WikiLeaks To Cover Trump White House

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Radio host Chris Plante speaks with Fox News Channel's Tucker Carlson about how journalists revealed by WikiLeaks to be firm Democratic partisans are still covering Donald Trump as if they are objective.

CHRIS PLANTE: You said that they "disgraced themselves." They didn't disgrace themselves, they were just padding their resumes. They were found out in WikiLeaks.

John Harwood, who is with CNBC and writes for the New York Times, he is trading emails with Podesta and strategizing. He's warning him about how Ben Carson could be trouble in a general, and they're just spitballing. They're on the same team and it is quite clear that they have common goals...

I was talking to somebody about this earlier: It is almost like the Soviet Union, but worse. At least in the Soviet Union, there was a penalty for not collborating with the state. These guys do it quite voluntarily. They do it because they are on the team. Harwood is far from alone.

Glenn Thrush of Politico was caught sending emails to the Clinton people for their prior approval. He called himself in his own email a "hack." he confessed, lamenting perhaps, that he is a hack...

He was with Politico, and I'll have you know he's no longer with Politico. He's now with the New York Times. The Times saw this and said they liked the cut of his jib. So they hired him away from the Politico... It is considered to be a big promotion...

The New York Times saw Glenn Thrush collaborating behind the scenes with the Clinton campaign and they hired him away from the Politico...

The news media is now conspiring out in the open against the Trump administration, against the Republican congress. Obstruction is now a virtue. Remember when it was horrible? When Mitch McConnell suggested he wasn't going to support Barack Obama's agenda? Now it is noble. It is a holy mission...

Members of the media are chastising one another if they even meet with Trump in an off-the-record session, or meet with him or his people behind the scenes. The same people who are sending campaign advice to Hillary Clinton are saying: don't get too close.

Mark Leibovich, again of the New York Times, sent his work to the Clinton people for prior approval. They ge editorial control over stories in the New York Times, New York Times Magazine, Politico. This isn't a conspiracy theory. We know all of this to be true.

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