March 19, 2012, - 11:18 pm

Media Work Overtime to Erase Story on Malia Obama Spring Break w/ 25 Secret Svc Agents

By Debbie Schlussel

Every drunken exploit of the Bush daughters was covered 24/7 when he was Prez, and Rick Santorum’s kids are already getting attacked by several comedians.  But the Obama girls?  Well, a story about Malia Obama’s spring break trip to Oaxaca, Mexico with 25 Secret Service agents was erased from all the mainstream media websites.  Hmmm . . . working overtime to meet the Obama edicts about not covering his daughter, apparently.  I was away at a movie screening and other duties, and when I returned and clicked on various links to the story from the Drudge Report and Google News, I got nothing, nada.  The story’s been yanked.  No note that it isn’t true.  Just gone.

I clicked on the link to the UK Telegraph’s story and here’s what I got:

Click on the International Business Times and the story is not only gone, but you get detoured to the home page.

Huffington Post . . . same thing.  The story’s disappeared.

UK Daily Mail.  Gone.–brings-25-Secret-Service-agents-her.html?ito=feeds-newsxml

Well, I guess Jay Carney needs something to do to earn his over $200,000 in annual salary and benefits package.  He’s the Obama spring break story cleaner.

Clean-up in aisle Oaxaca.

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