LA Times Won’t Release Obama-Khalidi Tape But Posts 24,000 Sarah Palin Emails

In 2008 The LA Times withheld a video that contained footage of Barack Obama celebrating with a group of Palestinians who were openly hostile towards Israel. Barack Obama reportedly even gave a toast to a former PLO operative, Rashid Khalidi, at this celebration. This was something the LA Times hid from the American public before the election. The media refused to release the video.

Terrorist Bill Ayers, Barack Obama and his good friend Jew-hater Rashid Khalidi

There were also reports that terrorists Bill Ayers and his wife Bernadine Dohrn were at the same Jew-bash.

Khalidi was thought to be connected to the PLO.

Fast forward to this week—

The Los Angeles Times released 24,000 Sarah Palin emails today.

More… Legal Insurrection added this: CBS News is leading the charge, but it will not release the full content of Obama’s donor conversation caught on an open microphone.

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  • Madalyn

    I used to get the LA Times and cancelled after so many left leaning articles. They are so biased I could not count on them to accurately report the weather. They are a mouthpiece for the liberal left and they make no apologies for it. I would like to see a real newspaper report actual news, instead of what they are told to print by people like George Soros.

  • Molon Lobe

    The3se types of actions demonstrate that Palin is like Holy Water to the vampire Left.

    Run Palin!

  • jainphx

    24,000 emails and begs the people to HELP dig through them for any dirt. Obama has a social security card from Connecticut and they couldn’t care less to find out why. We need these MSM people for what?

  • jennifer


    I have been trying to remain calm, and come to grips with what is happening in our nation.

    Is anyone else up in arms and thinking that something very serious is brewing?

    I hate to even mildly mention that things are pressing hard towards a major situation. Is this possible? What has happened to our nation? It seems so crazy.

    Signed a worried wife and mom

  • Mutnodjmet

    ALASKAN GOOSE AND HAWAIIAN GANDER! Link contains screen captures of comments from WaPo and the NYT articles requesting volunteers and an update on an FOIA request pertaining to Obama’s Illinois Senate record.

  • Opaobie

    Maybe some enterprising bloggers will use the FOIA to post all the White House emails. How about the House Minority Leader’s emails? How about the Senate Majority Leader’s emails? Turn about is fair play, right? If they can do it to a private citizen, we should be able to do it to GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES whose paychecks come from US.

  • StrangernFiction

    #4 June 10, 2011 at 8:25 pm
    jennifer commented:

    Welcome aboard. If your not worried you have problems.

  • saveus

    all the news that’s fit to suppress

    since the obummer love fest of 2008 the media has no credibility whatsoever

    sarah must scare the **** out of them

  • succotash

    If the pimp media had spent a quarter of their time vetting Obama as they have on Palin he would not be prez today.

  • LA-LA Times

    The LA Times is a perfect example of how a newspaper can foist its political agenda upon the reading public. Anyone reading the LA Times should realize this.

    They don’t deserve to survive.

  • TexasFred

    Media bias? What media bias?

    It’s not that I’m a big Palin fan, I’m not, but if the media is going to pick on Palin, they need to spread it out to ALL candidates, and to Obama as well…

  • MaryW

    Well at least it will keep these crazy liberals so busy they won’t have the time to protest at Special Olympic Ceremonies. After they have wasted their time looking for something that isn’t there, all Sarah has to do is hold up a Cross and they’ll flee back to mama’s basement.

    Seriously, what do these loons hope to accomplish? If you’re a fan of Sarah Palin’s nothing is going to change that, unless she pulls a ‘Weiner’; which is highly unlikely. And let’s not forget that her life is like an open book thanks to the likes of the Washington Compost and New York Slimes, and certain blogs e.g. Andrew Sullivan and Charles Johnson. PDS has replaced BDS these days.

    It really is funny to see the effect she has on them – she drives them absolutely crazy!

  • Jim

    I dropped my subscription of the LA times decades ago. There was an overall decline in quality in every section from the front section, to local, to even Sports-post Jim Murray its been down hill.

    It also must be noted that the LA Times was bought out by the Chicago Herald Tribune Corp. so now the LA Times gets lots of rejects from Chicago-Barry O’s hometown. I’m not suggesting a conspiracy, just the migration of a lot like-minded Chicago Liberals now working at the LA Times.

  • Frank DiSalle

    “succotash commented: If the pimp media had spent a quarter of their time vetting Obama as they have on Palin he would not be prez today.”

    Assuming they were flooded with information by all sorts of people trying to claim their 15 minutes of fame – and I think that’s a safe assumption – then we can assume that the Press didn’t fail to uncover this information but rather, while in possession of it, they suppressed it…

  • JG833

    This is a link to a CNN clip in which the anchor is quizzing a field reporter about what he’s discovered so far in the emails.

    When the field reporter’s initial response is that, so far, Palin seems to be a hard-working public official, the anchor’s requests become more specific, so that it’s obvious to a careful viewer that he is digging for dirt. One of his questions was clearly looking for evidence of Palin’s alleged over-sensitivity to criticism; and the field reporter’s response was deliciously ironic. He pulled out an email referring to an instance of media criticism of the operations of her office, in which Palin had written that she hoped they were attacking *her* instead of her staff.

    Over-sensitive. Yeah.

    As Bugs Bunny used to say, “What a maroon.

  • No Man

    Maybe among the 24,000 emails they’ll find private sector 8,000,000 jobs to replace the ones Obama destroyed.

    Maybe they’ll find Obama’s real birth certificate; his medical records, drug treatments files; SAT scores; and college transcripts.

  • BaconBits


    Unless someone is willing to do something about this, then there’s really no reason to ‘act’ outraged. Everyone can just go back to sleep – tomorrow is another day for fantasies. Everyone, even the Democrats and the liberal left, acknowledges that the media is biased and doesn’t report the ‘facts’ in an equitable and fair manner. People just shrug and say, “Oh well…”.

  • rbosque

    Maybe they can investigate why Obama changed his name from Barry Sotero? Or why he registered as a foreign student when he went to Occidental in L.A.?

  • AuntieMadder

    Speaking of Palin…

    Is Fox News Out to Sabotage Governor Palin?
    by Laura Alcorn, blogging at Richmond Patriots

    (Jun. 9, 2011) — Recently we had a series of discussions with someone familiar with the inside dealings of Fox News regarding the way Fox News treats Governor Palin. While I don’t condone using anonymous sources (I usually make fun of those citing anonymous sources) unfortunately we can’t reveal the source. So we have therefore gathered the evidence that will back up everything we were told and it’s up to the reader to come to his or her own conclusion. Whichever way you look at it, the evidence is astonishing on how Fox News is out to sabotage Governor Palin.


    In an interview with Russell Simmons that was posted on the website,, Ailes said in relation to the Arizona shooting that “I told all of our guys, shut up, tone it down, make your argument intellectually. You don’t have to do it with bombast. I hope the other side does that.” To protect the Fox brand, Ailes also wanted the network to distance itself from Palin who was the number one target of the left. Ailes feared that by Governor Palin’s association to the network, which was also somewhat targeted, Fox would be pulled into it even deeper.

    It was at that point when Fox decided to throw Governor Palin under the bus. Ailes’ advice to Governor Palin had nothing to do with protecting her; it was all about protecting the Fox brand. Governor Palin realized that she was on her own and even those who she thought she could count on to defend her were about to stab her in the back. It was from that point onwards that Fox’s attitude towards Palin changed and in the following days every pundit on the network went from “Palin needs to respond” just a day before her video was released, to “Palin should have shut up” the next day. The day before the video was released Bill O’Reilly complained that he invited Palin on his show to respond, which he thought was important for her to do, but the next day argued she should have ignored it.

    That was the turning point for Ailes where he decided that Governor Palin is not his candidate and that he’ll do whatever he can to make sure she isn’t. Ailes needed someone he could control and Governor Palin clearly wasn’t that person. Sometime in recent months the word went out internally that reporters, anchors and contributors should push the narrative that Palin isn’t running as hard as they can. No matter what Palin says or does or what the polls say, the rule is simple : “Palin isn’t running and everything she does is either for fun or for money.”

    Much more here:

  • AuntieMadder

    #18 June 10, 2011 at 10:04 pm
    rbosque commented: “Maybe they can investigate why Obama changed his name from Barry Sotero?”

    Heck, how about IF he LEGALLY changed his name from Barry Soetoro? We don’t even know that much.