Bret Baier Covers Media Blackout on March for Life
This year’s annual March for Life in Washington, DC, drew 500,000 people. As is typical with the hyper-partisan mainstream press, there was a virtual media blackout.
Via Kathryn Jean Lopez at National Review.
Many a news consumer last week may have heard nothing about last Monday’s March for Life (my photos here) in Washington, D.C. Thank you, Bret Baier, for not only noting the March but the media blackout:
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