Brit Hume made the mistake on Sunday and again last night on Fox in speaking positively about Christianity. Today he is begin vilified in the mainstream media. Today's The Cypress Times looks at what Brit said, and why in Brit's own words "all hell broke loose" at the mere mention of Christ. What folllows is an excerpt:
“I don't know about you, but I'm very concerned about everyone recovering as a person -- and by "everyone" I mean, "mainly Brit Hume." You kids are too young to remember, but at the start of his career, Hume was an assistant to Jack Anderson, a muckraking journalist who labored day-in and day-out to expose the crimes, frauds, lies, and other symptoms of Washington politics regardless of party. Anderson practically invented investigative journalism. And get this -- he was a Mormon! Nine kids! He thought holding the powerful to account was a sacred duty. What a kook!”
Mr. Weiner goes on to say, “But look at Hume today: morally bankrupt, unable to serve his masters in a manner to which he had become accustomed, and reduced to offering come-to-Jesus advice, on television, to celebrity golfers.
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