This the biggest story in America today and still no coverage

I am blown away that still ABC, CBS & CNN have not covered the attorney general/wire tapping scandel. A federal judge has declared that Bush has indeed commited a crime, the then acting attorney general has testified before congress and his tale is like a crime novel. it is not on the news! This and this alone is enough to impeach and fit the bill of “high crimes and misdemeaners.” It’s so much bigger than watergate. Where is the coverage? If you don’t know about this story When you learn the whole story (and you will regardless of the corporate media’s attempt to keep you in the dark) you will be outraged. Get on the internet and google it. -val
p.s. this is BIG folks i’m not kidding…this is the start of the fall of the house of cards called the republican neo-con bush whitehouse. this goes all the way to the oval office and bush has already admitted (bragged) that he did this.

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  1. this is from media matters about it…
    ABC, CBS still have not reported on Comey’s revelation of wiretapping “hospital drama”
    ABC and CBS still have not reported — on either their evening news or morning news broadcasts — former deputy attorney general James B. Comey’s account of what NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams May 15 called a “rare glimpse of a high-level, late-night power struggle” over the National Security Agency’s warrantless domestic wiretapping program. As NBC Nightly News justice correspondent Pete Williams reported May 15, Comey told the Senate Judiciary Committee that then-White House counsel Alberto R. Gonzales and then-White House chief of staff Andrew Card attempted to pressure then-Attorney General John Ashcroft “at his [hospital] bedside … to approve an extension of the secret NSA warrantless eavesdropping program over strong Justice Department objections,” as Media Matters for America has noted.

    read more here:
    http://mediamatters.org/items/200705170006?f=h_latest

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