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Thursday, October 6, 2011

Audio: CBS Fast and Furious Reporter says White House Screaming at her

CBS reporter Sharyl Attkisson has been on the Fast and Furious for several months and provided the venue for ATF whistleblower John Dodson to spill the initial can of beans back in February / March. CBS has basically relegated her to the internet save for a few instances when they feature a few of her reports on the evening news. Now that the scandal is breaking wide open with evidence that Eric Holder may have perjured himself in front of the House Judiciary committee on May 3rd, the Justice Department and White House are becoming increasingly frustrated with Attkisson's investigating.

The clip below is from her interview with Laura Ingraham. Attkisson tells of a Justice Department spokesperson - Tracy Schmaler - who yelled at her over the phone when Attkisson asked for a written statement. She then said a representative from the White House - Eric Schultz - screamed at her, saying that she was the only 'unreasonable' reporter he had to deal with. Hats off to Sharyl Attkisson for being all over Fast and Furious but an additional hat tip for naming names at DOJ and the White House who took their frustration with her OUT on her.

h/t Hot Air

Note: Since her interview with Ingraham, there have been reports that CBS has been attempting to keep Attkisson away from the media. This apparently is not at all true. It seems she has been so inundated with requests for interviews, there is no way she can do them all. This bodes well for this story continuing to grow.

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