April 3, 2006, - 2:34 pm

Pick Morales: If NBC Today’s Katie Goes, Will Saudi Concubine Replace Her?

Now that reports are in that Katie Couric will be the new “CBS Evening News” anchor, we hope they won’t pick former Saudi Concubine Campbell Brown to replace her.
As , Brown–the former girlfriend of Saudi spokesman and apologist Adel Al-Jubeir–is one of the candidates to replace the “Today” host. When Brown was NBC News White House correspondent, she let her “dating” (euphemism?) of Al-Jubeir get in the way of covering the real news on the now-Saudi King Abdullah’s visit to the President’s ranch in Crawford, Texas. It was a clear conflict of interest.
As in, she did not report on the fact that then-Prince Abdullah insisted on no women in the air traffic control tower and on the tarmac at the airport in Waco, Texas. (Not to mention that the Prince’s entourage then went to women-filled strip clubs in Waco, that night.) In fashion magazines, Brown bragged of her softball interviews with then-HAMAS leader Abdul Aziz Rantisi (thankfully now dead).

NBC’s Saudi Concubine?:

Likely “Today” Host Campbell Brown “Dated” Saudi Flack Adel Al-Jubeir

It’s been established that pillow talk is apparently the most effective form of political speech in Brown’s case. We’ve already experienced the worst with , and his biased coverage. We don’t need more with Campbell Brown–a less suave, less intelligent Jennings in a skirt.
Now, she’s married to former Bushie Dan Senor. But don’t let that fool you. Senor worked for the Carlyle Group and also shilled for former U.S. Senator Spencer Abraham (later, Energy Secretary, and now, ) and his pan-Islamist legislation (including millions in USAID money to Hezbollah), as his Press Secretary. That included apologism for the fact that Abraham was one of only two of 100 U.S. Senators who refused to sign a letter to the President asking him to tell Arafat to stop the homicide bombings. (Some on Capitol Hill say that, under his “leadership,” the HAMAS-front group, CAIR, became a force on Capitol Hill. What a legacy to be proud of.)
These are the kinds of opinions we need less of–not more–on the “Today Show.” And, therefore, Campbell Brown is NOT a good choice for anyone who supports objective journalism, much less freedom from terrorism.

MSNBC/NBC’s Natalie Morales:

Would Be More Benign, Less Offensive “Today” Host

Instead, a better choice to replace Couric is Natalie Morales. She is attractive, articulate, and we don’t note strong political views or bias in her news delivery and interviews on NBC and MSNBC. That’s the way it should be. (Morales is probably liberal, too, but a lot less palpably so than Campbell Brown, ex-Saudi concubine.)
Our choice to replace : Natalie Morales, YES. Campbell Brown, NO WAY.
By the way, ? Just asking.

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5 Responses

Gee, I didn’t know Campbell was a harlot. Another one of those women who reduce the matrimonial act of sacred union to nothing more than friction. What an all-American girl [roll eyes]. I just wonder where so many foreigners get the idea that American women are all sluts and worthy of rape?

DeBodine on April 3, 2006 at 3:59 pm

Debbie if you had been center left and rigidly PC like Couric you’d probably be up for the spot. I don’t even think an identifiable Jew could get the spot. Boy are we screwed.

shleppy on April 3, 2006 at 8:56 pm

Personally, I just don’t get the whole Katie Couric “thing.” I just don’t understand her appeal. I vote for Lauren Green from Fox News.
I don’t know if she is a liberal or conservative – but she delivers the news well and it would be refreshing to see someone else other than Couric or Campbell.

Arty on April 4, 2006 at 3:42 pm

FWIW, Campbell Brown just married Iraqi Coalition Provisional Authority spokesman and Bush lackey Dan Senor.

fpc on April 4, 2006 at 4:49 pm

Here’s a photo of Campbell with Dan, her “trophy” hubby.
He makes her look smart and she would never have went with him to the prom.

MarcH on April 5, 2006 at 3:57 pm

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