Fresh from eating a giant bag of salted NSA penises in front of a national audience, you may be wondering what fresh hell the Tiffany Network might have up its sleeve to out-Herod that Herod.
Well, since you asked, remember that lady who used The House that Cronkite Built to fake up a Giant Scary Benghazi Story (and thereby tossed a few thousand pounds of jellied gasoline onto the dying embers of the wingnut's current favorite Kenyan Usurper fairy tale)?
The one who certain Liberal wags cynically predicted would probably be forced to sit in the naughty corner no longer than the industry-standard 30 days (or 'doing a full Halperin' as it is known in thrice-cursed the Language of the Damned)?
From Politico, November 26, 2013:
Yeah, that lady.One month after "60 Minutes" aired a controversial and now-retracted story about the events of the 2012 attack on the diplomatic compound in Benghazi, it seems as though the final shoe has dropped on the beleaguered network. Correspondent Lara Logan and producer Max McClellan are taking a leave of absence from the network, "60 Minutes" Executive Producer and CBS News Chairman Jeff Fager announced in a memo to staff on Tuesday....
Care to guess what happened to that lady?
From Politico, December 16, 2013:
Never doubt there is a club....Lara Logan and Max McClellan, the '60 Minutes' journalists who were put on a leave of absence following their now-retracted report on Benghazi, are set to return to the program early next year, POLITICO has learned.Logan and her producer, who had unfinished projects in the works when they left in November, have started booking camera crews for news packages, network sources said. Their return could come as early as next month.Kevin Tedesco, the spokesperson for "60 Minutes," said a specific return date had not been scheduled.“Lara Logan’s return has not been scheduled," he wrote in a statement. "Beyond that, we do not comment on speculation.”...
Never doubt that you will never be in it.