The Fox News host paid the price because he tried the impossible — straddling the divide between corporate media and critical journalism, writes Jonathan Cook.
Tag: Seymour Hersh
Western Media’s Peculiar Incuriosity About Nord Stream
Seymour Hersh’s investigation is filled with details that could be checked — and verified or rebutted — if anyone wished to do so, writes Jonathan Cook.
WATCH: UN Council Rejects Nord Stream Sabotage Probe
Only Brazil and China joined Russia at the U.N. Security Council in voting for Moscow’s resolution calling for a U.N. probe into the sabotage of the Nord Stream pipelines. The measure failed to garner the necessary nine votes for adoption.
Seymour Hersh Accuses US of Nord Stream ‘Cover Up’
The veteran investigative journalist writes that Biden administration officials have been feeding the press false stories to “protect a president who made an unwise decision and is now lying about it.”
SCOTT RITTER: The Nord Stream-Andromeda Cover Up
U.S. intelligence was too quick to leak information about the German investigation to The New York Times. It raises the distinct impression that the real culprit is nervous about the investigative work of Seymour Hersh.
WATCH: Sy Hersh Meets the Press
The Committee for the Republic hosted investigative reporter Seymour Hersh at the National Press Club in Washington Tuesday evening to speak about his Nord Stream reporting. Watch the replay on Consortium News.
As Bakhmut Falls, US May Turn From Ukraine, Starting With Pipeline Story
If the Donbass city of Bakhmut falls to the Russians the U.S. may need to save face in order to reverse course in Ukraine, writes Joe Lauria.
NYT Says Pro-Ukraine Group, But Not Ukraine, Blew Up Pipelines
The newspaper quoted unnamed “U.S. officials” who refused to talk about the “intelligence” that blames a pro-Ukraine group not linked to Kiev and that conveniently points the story away from possible U.S. involvement, reports Joe Lauria.
WATCH: UN Security Council on Nord Stream Attack
Ray McGovern and Jeffery Sachs addressed the U.N. Security Council Tuesday on the Nord Stream pipelines sabotage in light of Sy Hersh’s reporting.
German Lawmaker Calls for Nord Stream Probe
Sevim Dagdelen takes the Scholz government to task for its lack of “strength and will” in responding to Seymour Hersh’s reporting on the U.S. sabotage of the Russian pipeline. Video and text of her Feb. 10 speech to the Bundestag.