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Reuters reporter buries info on hacker Beto O'Rourke and Brian Stelter rushes in to explain

As Twitchy reported Friday, 2020 candidate had some explaining to do concerning his relationship with the Cult of the Dead Cow, a collective of hackers from the ’90s.


As it turns out, a reporter for Reuters knew all about this part of O’Rourke’s past but chose to bury it until after his 2018 bid to unseat Sen. Ted Cruz in Texas.


Hang on, guys. Media hall monitor Brian Stelter of CNN is here to explain why Reuters would agree to withhold potentially damning information until after an important election:


Funny how it’s suddenly become “complicated.”

Let’s look forward to some less-than-forthcoming but “complicated” coverage of Beto O’Rourke’s campaign from here on.


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