Lara Logan, then and now

Tucker Carlson had Lara Logan on as a guest on his daytime show, a clip of which he played last night on his main program.

It was very good. And although it was posted as part of the whole Tucker Carlson show earlier today, I would like to post her segment separately, with an older segment from a year or two ago we snagged from a Marc Levine program. In this brief clip with Marc, she eloquently detailed the state of journalism in the US, and frankly across the West today.

Both clips are worth seeing.

From Tucker, August 19:

Marc Levine, April 7, 2019

I remember what happened to her in Egypt. Major US networks who simply could not allow themselves to deal with the reality of Islam and its views and actions towards women, are 100% to blame, both for what happened to her, and for the subsequent cover up.

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4 Replies to “Lara Logan, then and now”

  1. If there is one journalist I respect out of all others it is Lara Logan. When she speaks everybody should bloody well listen…

  2. “If there is one journalist I respect out of all others it is Lara Logan. When she speaks everybody should bloody well listen…”

    “Thank you. We all need to talk more about how things affect women.”

    “I don’t give a damn how things “affect women”, only what’s true and what’s not true…”

    ‘That’s when the women saved her from being raped by Muhammad’s dhimmis, she said. (The redundant Egyptian soldiers had happen to have fought their way to her with batons).’
    https://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/cbs-lara-logan-reveals-stripped-scalped-egypt-sexual-assault-article-1.145447

    “Thank you. We now all need to talk more about how things affect LGBTQ.”

    Talking about cause… or the new Churches that are full of Denial and Pride.

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