GRACELAND: Investigative Journalist Matthew Vadum On Rent-A-Mobs In Ferguson

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OXFORD, Miss, May 21, 2015 – Capital Research Center senior editor and investigative journalist, Matthew Vadum, joins Graceland with Jennifer Meadows to discuss how left-wing groups like MORE (Missourians Organizing for Reform and Empowerment) hire paid protesters to foment unrest.

Often called rent-a-mobs, they have been on display in Ferguson, MO since last summer.

Vadum explains how many of the protesters (or worse) are now upset that MORE, which is merely a reconstituted ACOR,) is not paying them. Imagine that, the social justice bunch not quite living up to its own ideals.

In our second half hour, Charles Johnson III joins us as we discuss the current media flap with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos. It seems that interviewing the author of a book critical of the Clintons and their foundation while not disclosing his own donations to that same foundation is a bit of an ethical problem for Stephanopoulos. Hard to believe that anything involving the Clintons could possibly include ethical problems.

There once was something called journalistic ethics.  ABC has $105 million reasons to sweep this one under the rug, but that may not work.

Lastly, we talk about President Obama’s steadfast belief that climate change is a national security threat. Honest, we’re not kidding.

Join Jennifer Meadows, Curtice Mang and Charles Johnson III for an entertaining and informative hour.

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