The Boston Globe-Democrat hasn’t endorsed a single Republican in this century, our taxpayer-funded radio/TV network is dominated by liberals, and the local network TV news is solidly bent to the Left.
But apparently that’s not enough for Massachusetts liberals. They are so outraged over the dismal performance of Martha Coakley, they want to shut down the one medium they don’t control: Talk radio.
There’s speculation that a national non-profit or organization may be formed to make FCC complaints and possibly pursue court action against WRKO, WTKK, and a few other stations around the state’ FCC licenses. Are they following standards and guide lines laid down by Congress governing FCC licenses under the Equal Time Rule?
The show tapes do not lie and it is hard pressed to listen to them in totality and not come to the conclusion that a decision was made by the FCC license holders and very specific actions and non-actions were taken to insure that the coverage of the campaign was one sided.
If court action, including administrative complaint with the FCC, Scott Brown volunteers and staffers will be called as witnesses testifying as to what they knew and what they did and who told them what to do. This only applies to the radio call-ins. (so don’t worry, you don’t have to tell who is screwing who on the campaign)
I can’t wait to see that testimony, can you? Democrat lawyers grilling some retiree who volunteered for the Brown campaign about calling my show, forcing college students to hire attorneys to explain why my number is on their speed dial, etc.
As usual, it’s the Democrats leading the assault on democracy.