Last night on the O’Reilly Factor Bill O’Reilly made the subject of his Talking Points Memo “who is running Sandra Fluke?”
“The Factor believes the Sandra Fluke contraception controversy was manufactured to divert attention away from the Obama administration's disastrous decision to force Catholic nonprofit organizations to provide insurance coverage for birth control and the morning‑after pill. That might very well be unconstitutional,” Bill explained. “Anyway, we're having trouble tracking down just who is sending Sandra around to the media. It's very strange.”
Bill went on to explain that Sandra Fluke has appeared on eight national news programs, none of which challenged her. The Factor apparently tried to invite Ms. Fluke onto the show last week, but their call was never returned. The strange part is that there is no public contact for Sandra Fluke outside of her cell phone. Apparently a man named “Mike” has booked her on a few programs, but The Factor couldn’t even get his last name.
Apparently late yesterday The Factor was able to discover that Ms. Fluke is being represented by the progressive PR agency SKDKnickerbocker. Guess who the managing editor is of SKDKnickerbocker? None other than former Obama communications director, Anita Dunn. You know, the White House staffer who said that Mother Teresa and Moa are her two favorite political philosophers.
“So this whole deal comes back to the White House,” Bill says.
“Bill O’Reilly, thank you,” Glenn said.
“Some good work,” Pat added
Glenn, who was hardly surprised that there was a White House connection hidden in this story pointing out that this is the way the left works. “It’s the same people. Different names, different front groups, different companies. It’s all a front group. Media Matters is a front group. That’s it. Study communism. That’s what they do.”