UNLIKE THE PALIN BOOK-BANNING STORY, this is actually true:
THE suits at Disney-owned ABC are too chicken to re-air or release on DVD their $40 million docudrama that accused Bill Clinton of squandering many chances to capture Osama bin Laden before the Twin Towers attacks. . . .
Ziegler alleges that ABC’s grand plan was to re-air the show, which starred Harvey Keitel and Donnie Wahlberg, every year around 9/11 but dumped the idea in 2007, fearing that it would hurt Hillary Clinton’s presidential aspirations – and will now never air it again. He charges that Disney chief Robert Iger told shareholders that it was “simply a business decision” not to issue a DVD – an “odd declaration” because a home video would help recoup the company’s $40 million investment.
As I say, it gets harder and harder to tell the mainstream media from the Democratic party.