Nancy Giles in WNYC Studio 2 talking with Brian Lehrer
Nancy Giles, CBS Sunday Morning contributor, talks about her one-woman show, "The Accidental Pundette," part of the Summer Shorts series at 59E59 theater.
Wow---just looking at these comments a couple of days later. All of you except Amy should be ashamed of yourselves. (Too bad they won't read this)
What a rude and lying loser. Brian, at long last, have you no shame, allowing this unproven defamation to persist? Brietbart offered $100,000 to any one who could prove that anyone spat on anyone when Pelosi and other members of the Progressive aka "Communist" caucus tried to provoke a few of the hundreds of thousands of peaceably assembled "taxed enough already" protesters. There were dozens of peopling filming the Democrat Party assault on the citizens and not one captured this "event" because it simply didn't happen. I happen to know several people who were within 10-15 feet of the even and they saw nothing. The Democrats and their evil minions in the media have to stop these Nazi "Big Lie" tactics. Be a professional and have some dignity. This woman should be off the air both at CBS and NPR - for lying.
plenty of people speak, without a counter opinion! you people are crazy, or so agenda driven, that your brains have turned to FOX mush....
why can't nancy say, "black chicks",are you all just so stupid, or simply that anal ?!
gary from queens- why don't you just be honest, and call yourself an evil racist. nothing else need be said.
aren't there any other facegram filters you guys can incorporate?
There's no shouting by Nancy now, because she's in a friendly environment who will not call her a liar for libeling the Tes Party with the lie that they spit on a black congressman.
where's the counterpoint Brian?!
Now the guest is getting snarky, which is exactly the type of problem she correctly points out about social media!
I'll go with you to Ohio!!!!
"Black *chicks*"?? Damn. Now I'm not sure you've really changed that much.
Instead of saying "shut up," try something like "Interrupting doesn't make you right."
Nancy, love you on Sunday mornings...
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