Thursday, March 15, 2012

Soledad O'Brien Naked Truth

As a journalist, I find that there are many other journalists whom I admire. Two of my fave female journalistas are "at odds" shall we say: columnist & blogger Michelle Malkin is challenging TV journo Soledad O'Brien. Michelle has Soledad in the crosshairs of her site.

I sense a war of ill will a-brewing. Let the fur fly.

I'll be in the wings watching!

Michelle writes ::: "CNN’s Soledad O’Brien isn’t used to criticism. In the world of media elites, she’s a beloved figure and an award-winning news anchor. But last week, she revealed her true, decidedly non-neutral colors. And she’s not happy about the hoi polloi questioning her hallowed journalistic objectivity... When viewers took to Twitter to pepper O’Brien with follow-up questions about critical race theory, the CNN star had a twit fit." Michelle's complete column is posted here on her blog.

After reading Michelle's blog, have a look at Soledad in action:

Distantly Related :::
Soledad O’Brien Admires the Stubbornness of Billy’s Topless | Soledad O'Brien Peddles Documentary in Hot Pink Dress and Killer Heels | ...and... if you see this headline while searching: "Photographer Catches Soledad O'Brien Completely Naked" - don't even bother! Ditto for "Check out soledad obrien nude pictures at" - There's nothing to see!

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