Buzzfeed has run a profile of the opposition researcher who discovered and released the video of then-candidate Romney’s “47 percent” remarks.
BuzzFeed called it early and the liberal media piled on: Mitt Romney won the first presidential debate in Denver. A number of liberals admitted to Obama’s defeat, calling Romney’s performance more aggressive, energetic, and confident.
Yesterday, while staying at the luxurious five-star Biltmore Resort in Miami, Florida, former President Bill Clinton went out of his way to explain to BuzzFeed why he did not join the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
Former Democratic congressman Patrick Murphy of Pennsylvania launched a new attack on Vice Presidential candidate Paul Ryan on MSNBC Tuesday morning, claiming “Paul Ryan also believes we should ban all birth control as well. He voted for that.”
BuzzFeed targets Romney for investment in Iran-dealing company—but fails to mention that an Obama adviser is also invested in the firm and the former White House Chief of Staff served on its board.
Buzzfeed’s Washington bureau chief wrote story pegged to a press release from the far-left environmental group Greenpeace, implies Romney Press Secretary used to be a lobbyist.
In an interview Monday with BuzzFeed, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R., Kentucky) praised the proliferation of online media and declared the days of media dominance by left-leaning newspapers over.
A BuzzFeed report claims Eric Edelman, a Romney campaign adviser who criticized the White House today for leaking classified national-security information, was “implicated” in the Justice Department’s 2005 perjury indictment of Lewis “Scooter” Libby as the person who “originally suggested the idea to Libby to start leaking information about Joe Wilson’s trip to Niger.”