"Jeff Gannon's" secret life
Whether any other sort of 'waving' went on as well has yet to be established. It had more to do with the deceptive aspects of it. I don't think that anyone would have been able to anticipate that. If Talon is a legitimate news organization, why not use Guckert's real name and get him a permanent pass, complete with FBI background check?
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But how many of these victims will be believed? Posted by Waninahi at Anonymous August 17, at Waninahi December 2, at 5: Newer Post Older Post Home. Subscribe to: According to Eberle, Guckert provided White House officials with his real name, which means they knew he was writing under a false one.
White House officials refuse to discuss why they let Guckert in or what, if any, criteria they used to determine his qualifications. Last week, Sen.
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Frank Lautenberg, D-N. Given the fact that he was denied Congressional credentials, I seek your explanation of how Mr. On Monday, House Democratic Whip Steny Hoyer noted, "This issue is important from an ethical as well as from a national security standpoint. It is hard to understand why a man with little real journalism experience was given a White House press corps credential.
The gay escort angle may also force Guckert's conservative defenders to rethink their position.
Writing last week for Men's News Daily, a conservative site often aligned with Talon, columnist Sher Zieve insisted, "My, most reliable, source advises that The site domain names were registered, by Jeff, for a client or clients. The same source advises that these sites were never brought on-line, for said clients. Writing for the right-wing media advocacy group, Accuracy in Media, Cliff Kincaid dismissed the controversy as "laughable," insisting Guckert's only "crimes" were "that he was too pro-Republican, attended White House briefings, and asked questions unfair to Democrats.
Whether news that Guckert was able to go from posting his gay male escort services online to being ushered into the White House under a phony name on behalf of a fake news organization -- and was never asked to pass an FBI background check -- constitutes a real "story" among the Republican Party faithful, or the mainstream press corps, remains to be seen.
Eric Boehlert, a former senior writer for Salon, is the author of "Lapdogs: How the Press Rolled Over for Bush. Buy Now, Pay Later.
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