Dan Rather is still out here giving advice to news directors, this time telling them to investigate Donald Trump and his connections to Saudi Arabia:
If I were a news director of a global reporting organization, I would devote a lot of resources and reporting energy to investigating the relationship between President Trump, his administration and business, and Saudi Arabia. I don't think we have seen the full picture.
— Dan Rather (@DanRather) December 9, 2019
Dan wasn’t impressed with orb coverage?
Behold, Donald Trump and the mysterious glowing orb https://t.co/kwJ0g6sAyL
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) May 22, 2017
But why stop there?
And Turkey. And Qatar. And Russia. https://t.co/JqZgpw7Ckw
— Jennifer Hayden (@Scout_Finch) December 10, 2019
And what’s funny is that the MSM isn’t doing this now which means Rather is attacking his fellow journos over it:
— Karen Attiah (@KarenAttiah) December 10, 2019
Get on it, media!
.@NBCNightlyNews @jimsciutto @Acosta @washingtonpost @cnnbrk @StarTribune @nytimes @SenateDems @RepAdamSchiff @DavidCornDC @mitchellreports @tedlieu @MSNBC @TODAYshow @ForeignAffairs @vicenews @intelligencer @BostonGlobe @tribelaw https://t.co/Cu424eEY5V
— Phillip Sheppard (@PSheppardTV) December 9, 2019
Of course, Seth Abramson has a tweet about it all, and a book:
PROOF OF CONSPIRACY is 950 print/digital pages (4,000+ citations) unraveling the story in the most exacting detail any book has ever attempted. It's available to every American right now for $19.79—and is shocking readers nationwide. Please RETWEET.
— Seth Abramson (@SethAbramson) December 9, 2019
And we’ll end it with this: If only a news director from his past had spent a little more time investigating Vietnam-era fonts, maybe he wouldn’t be where he is today:
If I were a news director of a global reporting organization, I would devote a lot of resources and reporting to Vietnam-era fonts. https://t.co/MZ9wrWPZkf
— Greg Pollowitz (@GPollowitz) December 9, 2019