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Breitbart: $100,000 for JournoList archives

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Andrew Breitbart is offering $100,000 to whoever can provide him with the “full JounoList archive.” Might be a good time to change those passwords:

I’ve had $100,000 burning in my pocket for the last three months and I’d really like to spend it on a worthy cause. So how about this: in the interests of journalistic transparency, and to offer the American public a unique insight in the workings of the Democrat-Media Complex, I’m offering $100,000 for the full “JournoList” archive, source fully protected. Now there’s an offer somebody can’t refuse.

Yes, the mainstream media that came together to play up the false allegations that the “N-Word” was hurled 15 times by Tea Party participants at the Congressional Black Caucus outside the Capitol the day before the “Obamacare” vote, is the same MSM that colluded to make sure the American public accepted the smear, and refused to show the exculpatory videos that disproved the incendiary charges of Tea Party racism.

Why journalists on this list didn’t freak after the first handful of leaks, I don’t know. But that money can buy a lot of friends to replace the ones you’re going to tick off.

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