Yes, again. Those bulldozers are working overtime.
Over Thanksgiving, I told you about the last batch of White House visitor logs quietly dumped over a busy holiday season. I noted MSNBC host Rachel Maddow’s August 5 visit (along with several other prog media personalities). It was her fifth visit to Casa Obama; she didn’t respond to questions about what she and her pals discussed with the president. She does, however, have the audacity to blast others in the media for having “political objectives” and taking “talking points.” On a related note, “progressive media stars” Ezra Klein and Chris Hayes bragged last week about their latest off-the-record meeting last week with President Obama to strategize over the payroll tax fight with Republicans.
That visit doesn’t show up in the Christmas visitor log dump just released on December 30. (Maybe it’ll turn up on Valentine’s Day.)
You can view the most recent records right here (may be slow to load; click on the “release date” tab to see December 30 log entries first):
Once again, the new batch reveals even more visits from Robert Creamer — five visits with White House staffers on September 7, 12, 14, 16, and 21 including Stephanie Valencia, Jon Carson, and health care czar NancyAnn DeParle.
Creamer is the convicted felon, Huffington Post/Alinskyite agitator, and husband of Illinois Democrat Rep. Jan Schakowsky. As I noted at Thanksgiving, Creamer was at the White House five times in August 2011 meeting with various officials, including Jon Carson, Cecilia Munoz, and Stephanie Cutter. The Obamacare godfather and Occupy Wall Street promoter is listed some 60 other times in visitor logs since the start of the administration.
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