House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi actually suggested reporters were the “accomplices” of the Russians in undermining the election by reporting on the hacked DNC emails. Hardly a peep our of the press. Now, imagine if someone else we know did this . . .
“Pelosi said this weekend that journalists were wrong to report on the content of the stolen emails,” reported Becket Adams.
“Instead of printing every email that came out, and saying this comes to you from Vladimir Putin, they were, hah, hah, hah, John Podesta said this or that,” the House minority leader griped this weekend.
Reporting on the leaked emails was worse than just wasted time, Pelosi continued. It actually benefited Russia’s attempts to interfere in the election, meaning reporters acted as accomplices, she added.
“I think the press were accomplices in the undermining of our election by the Russians by not pointing out this stuff is worthless because it comes from an undermining of our election, or at least reminding the public where this – these emails, the leaking of these e-mails came from,” she said.