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Swooning WaPo cheers Savior-in-Chief: “There goes our journalistic objectivity”

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By Michelle Malkin  •  January 15, 2009 06:38 PM


In the tank.

No reports of fainting, ogling, or drooling yet, but I will bet you there are cheering followers in the WaPo building who will not wash their hands for a week after greeting the Savior-in-Chief.

Howard Kurtz *Correction: David Nakamura* breathlessly reports:

Staff writers, photographers, editors and employees from other departments lined the hallway after word spread that the President-elect would be walking through the newroom.

At about 3:15 p.m., Obama entered through a back hallway and began shaking hands, as professional newsmen and women reached over to shake his hand and take pictures…

…Obama left the newsroom around 3:30 p.m.

“There goes our journalistic objectivity,” one reporter quipped, as people traded stories and pictures.

Oh, don’t worry, WaPo. Your “journalistic objectivity” went out the window a long, long time ago.

Mark this down as the first notorious Obamedia moment of 2009.

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