No way does MSM go there unless pushed.
During Monday’s press gaggle, reporters did not ask White House press secretary Jay Carney or President Barack Obama re-election campaign press secretary Jen Psaki about damning new details related to Operation Fast and Furious that have emerged since the weekend.
On Sunday, GOP vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan called for Attorney General Eric Holder’s resignation — a major development in the gunwalking scandal and in the 2012 presidential campaign. No members of the press corps posed a question to Psaki about Ryan’s statement.
Also on Sunday, Spanish-language television network Univision aired an emotional investigation of Fast and Furious that put faces and names to victims of gunwalking violence in Mexico. The report documented a massacre of teenagers by drug cartel criminals using weapons trafficked to Mexico by the Obama administration.