Dingy Harry wants Media Matters’ chief David Brock’s anti-Fox book to be a wild success:
Reid told the crowd he was “looking forward to this book, because if there’s anyone that needs to feel good about someone else beating up on Fox, it’s me.”
He said Brock “has changed the political world as we know it,” and pledged to help “promote” the book.
“I will do anything I can to make sure it’s a success,” Reid said.
The man whose book the Senate majority leader is promoting is an admitted drug user who claims that snipers are out to get him and that he is being blackmailed by an ex-boyfriend. Media Matters has become such a swamp of anti-Semitism that liberal Alan Dershowitz has declared war on it:
“I don’t know whether President Obama has any idea that Media Matters has turned the corner against Israel in this way,” he said. “I can tell you this, he will know very shortly because I am beginning a serious campaign on this issue and I will not let it drop until and unless [writer and activist MJ] Rosenberg is fired from Media Matters, or Media Matters changes its policy or the White House disassociates itself from Media Matters.”
Perhaps Dershowitz should have a word or two with the Democrats’ Senate leader, Harry Reid. It would probably be easier, though, to just admit that the entire Democrat party from Obama down is a lost cause and quit them.