CNN's Susan Roesgen, whose anti-TEA Party pseudo-reporting made her a legend in her own mind, and a biased Obama-flack hack in ours, is in the news on her own (de)merit again today.
One peculiar line from one of her peculiar rant-filled reports was that the TEA Parties were
being "anti-CNN" because they were "highly promoted by the right-wing conservative network Fox."
Well it turns out she wasn't always so anti-Fox. According to Gawker, Miss Roesgen not once but twice applied to get a gig at the EEE-vile Murdoch machine.
From the Gawker:
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Back in 2005, though, according to a Fox News source, Roesgen really wanted to work for that right-wing conservative network. She sent a tape of her on-air work to Fox's then-programming chief Kevin Magee in January 2005, and followed up with another reel to Magee's successor Bill Shine in September 2005. Needless to say, she didn't get the gig.
Sour grapes for the Lass, perhaps? It seems the old adage, amended slightly, holds true; Hell hath no fury like a reporter scorned.
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