Shock Story: NBC is “Sitting On” Interview that could Destroy Hillary after Releasing Trump “Locker Room” Video!

In yet another shocking case of media malpractice, the corrupt media cronies at NBC seem to be playing favorites… again!

Veteran reporter Michael Isikoff was one of NBC’s most important employees some 20-years ago when he was one of the first to break the Monica Lewinsky story wide open. He’s now admonishing his former employer for doing their best to skew the 2016 election by refusing to report the news fairly.

On the heels of the revelation that NBC was holding the Donald Trump/Billy Bush “soap opera” tapes in an effort to deliver the most damage possible to Trump’s election hopes, Isikoff is dropping another bomb on NBC. Isikoff says that NBC is also hiding evidence that could do severe damage to Hillary Clinton’s presidential hopes!

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Michael Isikoff, who was a leading reporter during the Monica Lewinsky scandal, said in a Thursday discussion that NBC should release a 17-year-old tape of an interview that it conducted with Broaddrick. Broaddrick has long claimed that the interview that NBC aired edited out her claim that Hillary Clinton was involved in quashing Broaddrick’s rape claims.

“NBC has the full tape of the original Lisa Myers interview,” Isikoff said during an online discussion “NBC ought to check its archive and run the full interview. (AS long as they’re now culling their archives!)”

Isikoff worked as a national correspondent for NBC from 2010 to 2014. He says that NBC reporter Lisa Myers has confirmed Broaddrick’s claim that NBC edited out references that could have been damaging to Hillary Clinton.

“Folks have made much of the fact that her claim about the conversation she had with Hillary wasn’t in the interview that run,” Isikoff said. “Broaddrick said it got cut out; Lisa Myers has since agreed Broaddrick said this then—and NBC chose to cut it out.”

NBC seems to be working very hard to protect Hillary Clinton while simultaneously delivering as much damage as possible to Donald Trump. They have no problem airing the unsubstantiated allegations that Donald Trump committed sexual assault, but they refuse to discuss the allegations that Hillary Clinton was involved in the effort to silence Bill Clinton’s victims. Why? Because the mainstream media in America is beholden to Clinton and the Democrat Party. In fact, the groups are actually all one in the same, and the media would never purposefully do anything to damage Hillary Clinton’s political future.

The sad truth is… journalism in America is dead.

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