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Didn’t fit the desired narrative

For her gun control film, Katie Couric interviewed John Lott for four hours. And none of it made it to the film.

6 Responses to “Didn’t fit the desired narrative”

  1. Fred Says:

    In fairness to her and her ilk, at least they left the 2a on the cutting room floor first. What’s the most important part of the lie? Never renege.

  2. rickn8or Says:

    Katie’s journalistic high-water mark was the colonoscopy story.

  3. Lergnom Says:

    This may be apocryphal: Many years ago, Couric was interviewing a female State Trooper who had been wounded in the line of duty. She asked the trooper if she thought civilians should not have guns. The response was(I’m paraphrasing) something like ‘No. Good guys with guns have saved cops in the past.’

  4. Lyle Says:

    Couric (Her Lady of Perpetual Adolescence) is still on the air? Good grief. Anyone who watches her deserves what they get, I reckon.

  5. mikee Says:

    Is Katy still perky? And yes, I too was amazed to learn she was still on the air. Have the networks stopped hiring new talking heads to replace the old ones?

  6. TS Says:

    We kept going back to the idea that we wanted to reserve the real estate in the film for the responsible gun owners.

    Wow. So the only gun owners who are going to show up in this “unbiased” film are the gun owners who support gun control. That’s their idea of showing both sides.

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