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The news media certainly have their priorities messed up. Four U.S. citizens died in Benghazi, among them a U.S. ambassador, in what has been determined a preventable situation by a Senate report, and yet the amount of criticism leveled at former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton by the press was negligible.

In comparison, a lane closure of a New York City bridge, where people were majorly inconvenienced yet no one died, continues to make news headlines.

Where have the values of our news reporting gone? How ridiculous that the former secretary of state gets a pass, yet Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey is fighting for his political life. Give me a break. Who’s fooling whom?

DAVE OSHLAG
Upper St. Clair


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