Media Stand Down Denial: Jeff Gannon, a reporter from an extremely partisan web based news service operating under a false name, is working in the White House, and is even selected to ask questions of the President himself at his January 26th press conference. Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid was talking about soup lines. Gannon was frequently quoted and highlighted as an expert guest on rightwing radio shows. While some prostitutes worked in brothels, the majority probably plied their trade as streetwalkers. Retrieved June 15, The controversy over Gannon's background started after President George W.
On January 30,Susan G.
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His application for a press credential to cover the Congress was rejected. The Gannon scandal may not be that he was undeserving of accreditation, or a shameless cheerleader, or even a prostitute. Because he doesn't write for a newspaper or magazine. Move your family here. And Gannon has now resigned from the two Web sites that he was writing for. They have a special fund set up for that. James Dale Guckert born May 22,  is an American conservative columnist better known by the pseudonym Jeff Gannon.
This same reporter is discovered brazenly boasting about his access to classified CIA documents related to outed CIA undercover agent Valerie Plame, the wife of Ambassador Joseph Wilson who publicly exposed the Vice President's knowledge of the fact that the Niger yellow-cake documents used to justify the Iraq war were forgeries. I would just say that, one, we appreciate and understand concerns that people may have. A former Republican congressman wrote a lurid account for Newsmax, allegedly based on knowledgeable sources, that claimed Levy to have been the victim of a gay prostitute who has since returned to his native country. He used a driver's license that said James Guckert to get into the White House, then, once inside, switched to his alter ego, asking questions as Jeff Gannon. They chanted and pounded on the windows until the D. But Howard Kurtz doing some digging, doing some reporting for us -- thanks very much, Howard Kurtz.